Circular spacer tabs in the Buzon BC-series pedestals accommodate non-dimensional materials giving designers flexibility and unlimited design possibilities.
This residential terrace makeover replaces tiles installed on concrete with porcelain pavers installed over slope corrected Buzon screwjack pedestals.
Post pandemic rooftop decks and raised terraces will be used by hospitality designers and architects to create safe and inviting environments for visitors.
This sloped surface design uses Buzon pedestals and HDG grating panels to smoothly transition the pedestrian plaza between the building entrance and the public sidewalk grade.
Buzon pedestals give designers more capability to design better spaces. The Kimpton Sawyer Boutique Hotel showcases all of these design capabilities.
Four diverse Buzon pedestals case studies where HDG Building Materials supplied Buzon pedestals, decking materials, and take-off services.
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.
Buzon pedestals are height-adjustable and slope-correcting. They can be used to create level surfaces and also intentionally sloped surfaces and ADA ramps.
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.