stone facing


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stone facing

A relatively thin stone veneer used as the exterior surface of a curtain wall, 2; for example, the headquarters of the United Nations has a stone facing of marble.
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com/) has introduced the New World Stoneworks Natural Stone Facing System that elegantly translates the vision of an architect into exceptional stonework.
The new housing must be no more than five stories and include a masonry brick or stone facing in keeping with the neighborhood.
A Tower spokesman said: "The stone facing has been under observation and work on it was planned for the future.
Built by Joshua Edisbury between 1684 and 1687, additional wings were added in the 1720s and it was given a stone facing in 1770.
The concrete core of the bridge is covered by granite stone facing that was relocated from the original London Bridge in London, England.
Contract award notice: procurement subject of this procurement procedure is: closing the abyss, repairing dikes, access roads and canals in the danube river based rehabilitation and stone facing channels lika - gacko and vivoze - umecica, in accordance with the technical specifications set out in part d of this dzn, bills of part c .