The Flooring Contractor: Vol. 10, № 3 (Spring 2015)

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Don Robinson, foreman with flooring contractor Flooring Systems Inc., applies TEC® Multipurpose Primer at Mercy Hospital Joplin. The hospital, which opens in March 2015, was built after the city's former hospital took a direct hit from a tornado in 2011. Flooring Systems Inc. and tile contractor Zickel Flooring used TEC® substrate preparation products, including TEC® The LiquiDAM® Penetrating Moisture Barrier, and flooring and tile adhesives throughout the space.

Building Stone Magazine: Vol. 37, № 3 (Spring 2015)

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An outdoor retreat for a residence in Colorado was inspired by its sweeping views of the Roaring Fork Valley and Elk Mountain Range. The outside haven, which has come to be known as Woody Creek Garden, is an interpretation of an alpine rooftop terrace with an extensive palette of stone and natural elements such as native plants and water. Colorado Buff sandstone was heavily incorporated into the design &emdash; anchoring it to the land and complementing the surrounding mountainscape. Story begins on page 10.

TILE Magazine: Vol. 12, № 2 (March / April 2015)

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On the cover: Vives Cerámica’s new porcelain tile series, World Woods, represents six different wood species and designs from around the world, embracing the popular wood-look trend. Each design has a different color, style and unique textural finish. All tiles measure 20 x 120 cm, and one style is available in a 60 x 60 cm size. To view more new tile introductions, turn to the Cevisama Product Gallery on page 51.

Stone World Magazine: Vol. 32, № 3 (March 2015)

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On the Cover:

A floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace creates a dramatic focal point in the living room of this Texas Hill Country ranch. The structure is built of a blend of 5-inch-thick ‘Old Yellow’ limestone and Sisterdale Cream limestone pieces, which were quarried within 15 miles of the site and laid in a squared-up ashlar pattern. Design by Craig McMahon Architects, Inc., San Antonio, TX. Photo © Dror Baldinger. Story begins on page 68