Swedish Issaquah Campus interior and exterior reveals two distinct limestone applications. Enlist HDG stone expert, Erik Nelson, for your next project.
Buzon pedestals give designers more capability to design better spaces: a patented slope correction system, spacer tabs and shims to accommodate varying thickness in decking materials, and the ability to hide electrical, plumbing, and irrigation services beneath the decking surface. The Kimpton Sawyer Boutique Hotel showcases all of these design capabilities.
Contrast adds visual appeal to design. Contrast can be achieved by varying color, texture, size, and shape of stone in building and landscape design.
Thermo-ash decking and cladding custom profiles can be created from standard Thermory sizes by ripping standard products and re-profiling the edges. HDG Building Materials can make this happen.
The Charles Korrick Fountain and Water Features at Phoenix CityScape Makes Extensive Use of Butterfly Black Basalt and Gobi Tan Granite in Many Finishes. HDG resident stone expert, Erik Nelson, helps architects and landscape and building professionals navigate stone and finishes selection.
Hospital building entrance shows the versatility of natural stone. HDG Building Materials is a collaborative resource to architects and builders for stone bollards, pavers, cladding and more. Enlist the help of HDG resident stone expert, Erik Nelson, for your next interior or exterior project.
Selecting finishes for your natural stone project can be overwhelming. Let HDG's resident stone expert Erik Nelson smooth your project and ease your mind.
HDG Building Materials is pleased to announce the entire range of Buzon adjustable pedestals has been turned into BIM objects and is on the BIMobject Cloud.
The Lucile Packard Children's Hospital expansion included extensive gardens and outdoor spaces for healing. HDG Building Materials supplied Buzon pedestals and porcelain pavers.
At HDG Building Materials we often get asked about the origin of the Buzon pedestals logo. Specifically, why the buffalo. This blog post explains it all, the old logo, the new logo, and inventor Claude Buzon in between it all.