building stone

building stone

Any stone which may be used in building construction: granite, limestone, marble, etc.
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Throwing them aside, I soon un- covered a quantity of building stone and mortar.
If we find carved stones, the remains of ancient pottery and weapons, parts of buildings or building stones, we shall know we are on the right track," was the answer.
Tenders are invited for Renovation of toilet and various minor repairing work in tad building stone building and lift building at agup allahabad
Crude oil, bentonite and building stone are major economic resources present in the area which can be exploited for the local dwellers in particular and for our beloved homeland in general.
26 (Petra)--Anti-Narcotics Department (AND) personnel on Wednesday seized 300,000 Captagon pills hidden inside blocks of building stone loaded in a truck bound for a neighboring country.
This natural dimensional stone, often referred to as America's Building Stone, bills itself as the highest quality quarried limestone in North America and is found on iconic structures including the Empire State Building, National Cathedral, and Rockefeller Center.
Matterhorn Building Stone is the latest addition to General Shale's premium Arriscraft building stone.
Helens National Volcanic Monument, wandering rocks as glacial erratics of the Puget lowland, downtown Seattle building stone, the deep core of the North Cascades at Skagit Gorge, and calderas and columns at Artist Point and Heather Meadows.
Highlighting mineral potential in Punjab sources reveal that in the province igneous rocks and sedimentary rocks are available which can be used as building stone. The Kirana Group of stone constitute the most northerly exposure of the Indian Shield.
Closter, New Jersey-based Pasvalco, which boasts a 50-year track record in the building stone sector, is seen to enhance Extech's service and result in an improved operation, Extech's president, Tim Feury, said.
However, following its final surrender to Parliamentary forces towards the end of the Civil War, the castle was used as a ready source of building stone, initially to build one of Eaton Hall''s predecessors, and more recently by anyone needing stone.
Stoneyard.com is a third-generation company delivering the traditional building stone of New England to a nationwide clientele through the company's network of building and masonry supply yards.