Danby marble has become a household name, and Vermont Quarries Corp. is investing in equipment, as well as research and development of its quarry, to ensure it continually produces a premium material for its customers
With the demand for white marble on the rise, Vermont Quarries Corp. of Mendon, VT, has amped up its efforts to produce its top-quality material more efficiently so it is readily available for its customers.
TexaStone Quarries, which quarries and fabricates high-quality limestone that is specified and used by architects, builders and owners throughout the U.S., is the first company in the world to be named a certified stone producer that adheres to stringent new sustainability standards.
The growing popularity of white marble countertops and vanities has been noticeable for a while, but I didn’t realize just how much of a sensation they have become until a visit I made last fall to the Vermont Danby marble quarry
Once again, Stone World presents the results of its annual Fabricator Purchasing Plan Survey, a survey of American stone fabricators, which polled owners and managers of shops -- large and small -- from across the U.S.
In this issue of Stone World, read more about the new Silica Rule, which was recently announced by the U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) and scheduled to go into effect on June 23, 2016.