Phoenix, AZ, and Houston, TX, were the first two cities to host the educational events where fabricators were presented the opportunity to learn the importance of knowing their job costs among other helpful tips
The first two events of the 2017 Stone Industry Education series - organized by the Marble Institute of America+Building Stone Institute (MIA+BSI) and Stone World - kicked off in Phoenix, AZ, on February 15 followed by Houston, TX, on March 9.
Taking some time to examine your fabrication operation to ensure the most effective procedures and equipment is being utilized to move stone products around the shop can result in a safer work environment and more efficient production process
As consumers continue to evolve with their wants and needs, so does the material handling industry. From larger countertops to more custom and innovative designs, it is a constant challenge for stone fabricators to keep their products and tools relevant and useful.
During a Marble Institute of America+Building Stone Institute (MIA+BSI) New York Metro Chapter meeting held this summer at Stone Source’s showroom in New York City, Mike Sawicki, vice president of commercial sales at Miracle Sealants Company in Arcadia, CA, addressed an audience about stone care and maintenance.
While granite remains a popular choice for many homeowners, fabricators and stone distributors catering to the high-end residential market are finding their customers to be more design savvy and come into their showrooms with a desire for a material that is unique and not a mainstream stone variety.
Moderated by Eric Tryon of Premier Surfaces in Atlanta, GA, the “Town Hall” environment allowed attendees to participate in an open-forum session to address pertinent issues affecting their businesses today.
In this issue of Contemporary Stone & Tile Design magazine, we present a Cersaie 2016 product showcase, some tips and tricks for renovating and updating, we sit down with the interior designer for REDCOM Design & Construction, Sophie Lubin, and much more!