Videos: Project Examples, Manufacturing Process, Design & Installation Support, Educational Ideas
Video tour of St. Francis Xavier Church: Large size profiles with precise, intricate design details combining GFRC, dry-cast stone and wet-pour precast.
Art and science of stone manufacturing: Design assist, construction assist for every customer project
GFRC: Pre-engineered connections simplify construction, open up design options – examples of drawing and images
Custom Mold Making: Technology, design expertise enable complex shapes, complex geometries, intricate designs, monolithic claddings design, precise fit
> Learn more with this blog post: custom molds enable complex shapes, intricate designs, monolithic veneers
Kerf slot with strap anchors – technique for installing fabricated stone pieces. In case of more installation questions, complete the form at bottom of this page.
Customized manufacturing schedule, sequencing simplify construction planning – detailed settings plan with ability to identify, track individual stone pieces.
Computerized batch plant automate weighing and mixing raw materials with accuracy and consistency. This eliminates errors and guess work in the production process. Also see cast stone tamping process.
The AAS quality control team used computerized internal lab for color sampling, and confirmation of materials consistency. Product strength and absorption rates are tested daily for every project in the manufacturing schedule.
GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) panels are much lighter in weight, and yet have very high strength to weight ratio. Panels can be handled on the site without heavy equipment, and their installation is easy.
The AAS team is able to stage and ship stone products with detailed installation guidelines. Customers have ability to track and identify every stone piece manufactured for their specific project.
Notes: Advanced Architectural Stone (AAS) has the fully automated tracking system that enables customers to identify and track individual stone pieces.
AAS also provides detailed settings plan that clearly shows position of individual stone pieces in the overall design.
Design Assist, Construction Assist for Project Success
GFRC Integration with Brick Veneer
GFRC PRODUCTS: SEE MANUFACTURING IN WORKS
Custom Design GFRC Cornices
GFRC cornices with pre-engineered connections for simple, easy installation: see the manufacturing process for GFRC cornices in this VIDEO BLOG POST >>
Fluted Tapered GFRC Columns, Corinthian Capitals
Custom design fluted, tapered GFRC columns and corinthian capitals … VIDEO CLIPS show manufacturing process for creating different components of the modular design >>
CASE STUDIES GALLERY:
LINKS TO MORE VIDEOS …
Plant tour: design assist, construction assist, manufacturing system to deliver project architectural stone solutions – learn more about AAS manufacturing, design capabilities and combining that for effective customer projects execution. See videos >>
Design, manufacturing of custom GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) cornices for SMU Delta Gamma Sorority House building elevation – molds design, production process, pre-engineered installation support. See video clips showing details of different steps >>
High design tapered and fluted GFRC columns. Learn more in these video clips detailing every step in the process >>
AAS Computerized Batch Plant – Technology, Design Craftsmanship >>
Video: Color lab, quality control for architectural stone products >>
Technology: High precision custom molds for project specific design – design freedom for architects, simplified installation for masons. See video, project examples >>
Video: Installation assistance – staging, sequencing, delivery >>
Architectural GFRC for building veneers – Installation video, project images >>
Video: Pre-Engineered & built in GFRC connections simplify installation, open up design options >>
Webinar presentation from AAS CEO Eddie Lesok: See VIDEO >>
Art and science of manufacturing: AAS system for custom engineering, fabrication, customer support >>
St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church: Architectural stone cladding, cornices, banding, large size spires, detailed arches >>