The Flooring Contractor: Vol. 11, № 1 (Fall 2015)

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A community with a dream for a better future joined together with a team of devoted and equally inspired designers, builders and project managers to build the sprawling one story ARC Center in West Chicago, IL. Vortex Commercial Flooring won the Starnet Design Awards Gold in Hospitality/Public Space for the work done on this project. With the help of UZIN substrate product systems, Vortex was able to create these exceptional floors that will last for years.

Building Stone Magazine: Vol. 37, № 4 (Fall 2015)

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Northwestern University recently restored its Charles Deering Library which still powerfully evokes the character of a traditional collegiate building. The project involved restoring the 1,800-square-foot west entrance and creating a new way for students to access the building. School officials enlisted the expertise of a highly trained team of professionals, including an architectural team from HBRA Architects in Chicago, IL, who led the overall design process. The exterior walls are constructed of Wisconsin Lannon Stone. Photo by Mark Ballogg. Story begins on page 10.

TILE Magazine: Vol. 12, № 5 (September / October 2015)

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On the cover:

Cersaie, scheduled from September 28 to October 2, 2015, at the Bologna Exhibition Center in Bologna, Italy, will be a showcase of numerous new product introductions. From the increasingly popular wood-look tile collections to tile that resembles stone and concrete, these new products are making bold statements in today's designs. The Limestone collection by Italian manufacturer Ergon will be one among many of the latest innovations on display. To get a glimpse of more new product lines that will be exhibited at Cersaie, turn to page 42.

Stone World Magazine: Vol. 32, № 9 (September 2015)

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Levantina is a large stone producer based in Alicante, Novelda, Spain. The company has more than a dozen quarries and distribution locations worldwide, including in the U.S. Levantina operates five Marron Emperador marble quarries, and the company reports this is one of its most popular materials. To learn more about Levantina's operation, turn to page 120.