Indiana limestone


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Indiana limestone

[‚in·dē′a·nə ′līm‚stōn]
(geology)
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The seal, carved from 96 pieces of Indiana limestone, is "purported to weigh 20 tons," according to the RFQ.
North America's top natural stone producer, Polycorlnc., has completed a merger involving a brand synonymous with The Pentagon and Empire State Building exteriors: Bloomington, Ind.-based dimensional stone, building product and hardscape unit fabricator Indiana Limestone Co.
16 October 2018 - US-based middle market private equity firm Wynnchurch Capital's portfolio company, US-based limestone building products producer Indiana Limestone Holdings Inc, has merged with Canadian natural dimensional stone producer Polycor Holding, Inc., the firm said.
The Indiana limestone base is decorated with European-style terracotta decorative panels, elaborate design elements, and an array of extra-large windows,
From here visitors get an up-close look at the turrets, balconies and gargoyles designed by architect Robert Morris Hunt who fashioned this American castle in Indiana limestone. They also look out over the vast acreage of the estate, 8,000 acres today, down from the 125,000 George bought.
In order to verify the analytical results, the same analytical method was carried out with laboratory results of the representative rock types: Indiana limestone [26], Tennessee marble [7], and Hegang granite [7].
The authors used Berea sandstone and Indiana limestone core samples to investigate the directional effect of water/gas flow that is associated with the C[O.sub.2]-flow behaviour in pertinent sedimentary rocks.
Opposite page: For a home in The Oaks Bayside, ledgestone and Indiana limestone replace stamped concrete on a pool deck; a colonnade of Veitchia palms creates an entrance canopy for a canal-front home on Siesta Key.
Located on the banks of the North Saskatchewan, it was a magnificent structure made of Indiana limestone, terra cotta brick, and with red Spanish tile on the roof.
The neo deco structure, built from Indiana limestone and crowned by a 170-foot Carillon bell tower, was inspired by the time less nature of performance arts venues throughout Europe and the US.
"The Indiana limestone church was designed in a modern Gothic style.

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