The Arcadia University Landman Library in Glenside, PA, was recently renovated and expanded to include a variety of natural stone materials. The overall design for the renovation and expansion of Arcadia University's Landman Library in Glenside, PA, came about as the result of an architectural competition staged by the school.
The 35-story Trump Tower at City Center in White Plains, NY, features marble and granite throughout its 460,000 square feet of space, which houses over 200 luxury condominium residences, encompassing a total of 440 bathrooms, 200 powder rooms and 212 kitchens.
Housing the offices of four state agencies, the Keystone Building in Harrisburg, PA, was designed using both limestone and granite as architectural features to its facade as well as its interior. As a result of the outstanding stonework, the project received a 2004 Tucker Award from the Building Stone Institute.
On August 27, 2005, approximately 350 people gathered at the Oncenter Complex in Syracuse, NY, for the highly emotional unveiling of the first U.S.-located monument honoring World War II minority veterans of Onondaga County. The Wall of Honor, which measures 16 feet long x 8 feet high, is made from Absolute Black granite.
To match the existing gothic style buildings on campus, the Duke Divinity School at Duke University in Durham, NC, was redesigned and extended to include the use of traditional â€œDuke Stoneâ€ as a key accent, along with hints of limestone and sandstone.
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.