New World Stoneworks Teams with Cold Spring Granite in New Distribution Partnership

Words: Bronzella Cleveland

New World Stoneworks recently announced a distribution partnership with Cold Spring Granite, one of the largest stone manufacturers in the world. Under the new agreement, Cold Spring Granite (CSG) will provide distribution channels to the New World Stoneworks (NWS) Natural Stone Building System through its sales division in the commercial, landscape and residential markets.

With the agreement, CSG customers and partners gain access to technology that is in use by architects, builders and facility managers to reduce the installation time of natural stone masonry by up to 90 percent. This partnership dovetails with CSG's innovative approach to new practices in stone fabrication and bringing to market stone material from its 30 quarries.

"When I founded New World Stoneworks in 2005, we gained an industry foothold and grew our presence across the country. Now, we are pleased to team with Cold Spring Granite to deepen our channel growth and increase the availability of our technology," said Ken Jackman, NWS founder and president. "Cold Spring Granite, with its strong reputation in quality stone, is a valued partner for us."

"This innovative technology is vital for advancing the masonry industry and helping organizations meet construction deadlines and site demands," added Dan Rea, senior executive VP at CSG. "Since the stone arrives pre-shaped and numbered, builders are able to reduce the footprint of the jobsite, avoid dusty stone cutting and advance the build-out cycle to remain competitive. This is an exciting time for Cold Spring Granite and our customers." For more information, visit

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