Tectura Designs

Words: Bronzella Cleveland
http://www.tecturadesigns.com/
Tectura Designs has added an unparalleled four-color blending process to its portfolio of concrete rooftop, on-grade, and architectural pavers

In a move that will provide even greater design flexibility to architects and designers, Tectura Designs has added an unparalleled four-color blending process to its portfolio of concrete rooftop, on-grade, and architectural pavers. The new four-color blends provide customers complete creative control and the ability to create one-of-a-kind gradients. Tectura Designs’ new Stone River series is the first line to feature this four-color blending, offering six standard color blends as a demonstration of the new capability.

“Our new paving facility and the technology we’ve put into it have really unlocked tremendous potential for our product-development team and for our customers,” said Joe Conrad, paving division manager. “Not only are we turning out pavers rated at 9,000 PSI, but we’re making the best-looking pavers and giving architects complete control over size, thickness, color and finish.”

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