Architectural Stone Panels: Design Freedom for Architects
Advanced Architectural Stone (AAS) custom manufactures products for every project to achieve architect’s design vision. The AAS team is able to work very closely with clients for every phase of the project:
- Detailed review and collaboration for confirmation of schematic design details using AutoCAD, Revit or other BIM software products.
- Design assist, construction assist to confirm project feasibility early in the project lifecycle.
- Technology and design expertise to develop complex shapes with flexibility to match any color with a control sample.
- Staging/sequencing of panels and onsite construction planning support as required.
The fully integrated approach to stone panels design and manufacturing eliminates vertical fragmentation enabling not only better design, but also smooth project execution.
AAS has won more awards than any other stone manufacturer.
AAS System for Design Assist, Construction Assist
The AAS team is able to focus on specific details working closely with architect and contractor for every project.
- The AAS team has methodology to review the project’s design details, and confirm feasibility right from the schematic design phase.
- AAS guides contractors/installers in detailing the anchoring conditions.
- Support for onsite construction planning as required.
Design Freedom with Stone Panels
- Complex shapes, intricate designs
- Monolithic stone veneer and cladding design
- Engineering the installation details
- Ability to match virtually any custom color
- Computerized batch plant: consistent product quality for project of any size
- Integration with brick veneer, steel & glass structures, any other facade materials
AAS is one-stop source to come up with the right applications combining three different products:
- Dry vibrant-tamp cast stone
- Architectural wet-precast concrete panels
- GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete)
The flexibility to seamlessly combine these three products opens up design options while also minimizing project cost.
PROJECT CASE STUDIES:
Learn more about Architectural GFRC in this course, and earn CEU credits.
AAS has three strategically located plants in Texas, Arizona, and Pennsylvania. That brings flexibility in obtaining LEED credit.