Adding a brand new, modern store in traditional small town America can be a real challenge. But when good design is matched with the right material and then installed with care, it’s possible to fit a new Neighborhood Market right into Wal-Mart’s hometown of Bentonville, Arkansas, and make it feel like it is right where it belongs.
Articles in Category: Spec-Brik Projects
A review of projects across the country that utilize Spec-Brik submitted by Concrete Product Group member companies.
The number of children in Tulare, California is rising and that means growth for one of the city’s longtime elementary schools.
PPL Park is a soccer stadium located in Chester, Pennsylvania and home of two major teams.
The project was designed to look like an old railroad station and needed a brick looking unit to match surrounding old buildings.
Spec-Brik® concrete brick supplied by OBERFIELDS LLC, is a central feature of the new Circleville High School, winner of The Ohio Masonry Association’s 2015 “Educational Facilities Merit Design Award.”
Architects working on a new Costco to serve rapidly expanding Columbus, Ohio had a unique design challenge.
This Firestone Complete Auto Care store located in Marysville, WA was designed by Western States.
This project utilized both six-inch and eight-inch units to create depth and shadow lines.
Spec-Brik® brings the classic look of a historic repurposed building to a modern Columbus, Ohio market place.
The designers of a new Best Buy wanted to use a jumbo brick over block but that configuration was outside their budget.
This neighborhood Safeway grocery store relies on Spec-Brik to give the property an upscale appearance.