Technology creates opportunities for automation and consistency. Advanced Architectural Stone (AAS – formerly ACS) puts it to use for consistent product quality and consistency.
The completely automated and computerized batch plant eliminates the error and guess work while making sure raw materials quality and consistency is same through out a project. A number of gauging points, measurements feeding into the monitoring system enables consistent colors, finish, product strength for projects of any size.
Learn more about the AAS computerized batch plant in this video.
The 27,500 sq ft building embodies Trahan Architect’s vision of cane river channels. The project required large cast stone pieces each unique in its shape and complexity.
AAS team has extensive experience in coming up with materials composition to match colors while combining different products such as cast stone, architectural precast, architectural GFRC as well as GFRG.
AAS is integral part of development of the Reagan Place, now known as Old Parkland. The team combined architectural precast, cast stone and GFRC in this project with seamless color matching. The new construction blended naturally in to the overall ambiance, culture and heritage of the site. The batch plant made it all look so uniform and consistently beautiful for this project.