precast stone

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artificial stone

A mixture of stone chips or fragments, usually embedded in a matrix of mortar, cement, or plaster; the surface may be ground, polished, molded, or otherwise treated to simulate stone; variously called art marble, artificial marble, cast stone, marezzo, patent stone, and reconstructed stone.
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This five-story, 70,700-square-foot building in the historic downtown of Fairmont, WV, has brick and precast stone exteriors with a cornice of glass fiber-reinforced concrete.
Ferguson's home in Valley Falls Estates and others are built with precast stone.
The six-story brick building raises the bar for affordable housing design, featuring facade details from the neighborhood, including the decorative cornice, eyebrow window headers and precast stone bands and quoining.
Donnelly veneered the bond beam with a precast stone. The broom-finished concrete deck and stamped-concrete coping kept the price down.