The building that today is home to Worthington National Bank of Fort Worth, TX, holds a storied past. Originally built in 1914, the historic landmark was first occupied by a bank, and then housed a string of various tenants throughout the years. And due to the toll of time and lack of upkeep, the once-elegant interior marble work was in a state of disrepair.
In 1960, John Hoffmann set out on a mission to
build a stone operation that was characterized by quality workmanship and
“hometown” customer service. While the company, which was named Dixie Cut Stone
& Marble, Inc., started out small, it has continued to thrive in the more
than 45 years that it has been in business.
The owner of a private residence in Eugene, OR, carefully hand picked the stone products used in her home's interior design - creating a warm environment that is reflective of her and her husband's taste and personality
After running a successful slab fabrication operation in Sacramento, CA, for nearly four years, the owners of US Granite decided to open a second shop in Reno, NV, to further expand its production capacity
In this issue of Stone World, check out content about an office tower in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, which straddles the city’s business and fashion districts. Also read about Tab India, which is another recognized stone producer from India. Through the years, the company has invested heavily in its quarrying and fabrication operations.