We offer a wide range of building products that assist architects and engineers in designing sustainable buildings and earning LEED certification. Read through these articles on specific projects and materials or learn more about our corporate sustainability here.
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The Phoenix Fire Department Station 59 was designed to provide rapid response while protecting firefighters and support staff from extreme heat, diesel fumes, biological hazards, and noise. Learn how Trendstone CMUs were used in this project.
The use of materials with thermal mass is most advantageous in the desert climate. See how InsulTech can improve energy efficiency in almost every environment.
The Museum at Prairiefire had both design and LEED-related challenges. Discover how Cordova Stone helped this projects achieve design excellence.
This issue of Modern Masonry Magazine focuses on masonry’s prevalence and unique benefits in municipal projects.
When John Madden of Tulsa, Oklahoma, initially began looking into the Artisan Masonry Veneers® line, his company J. Madden Homes, LLC, was looking for lightweight veneers that would qualify for credits under the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) ICC 700 National Green Building Standard™. What he found was a product that not only qualified under multiple sections, it offered so much more than he expected.