|New Mexico State University Center for the Arts
Las Cruces, New Mexico
Cedar Hill Cream & Hadrian roughbacks
|George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum
Permian Sea Coral water table.
|University of Denver
Cedar Hill Cream
|Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center
Over 17,000 pieces of Hadrian split-face limestone were used on the building faηades. Standard heights are 6-5/8, 8-5/8, 11-5/8 and 15-5/8. Standard lengths are 18, 23, 28, 33 and 36.
Six multi-story columns adorn the interior of the building. The columns measure 30" in diameter and are set at different angles. Standard heights are 3-5/8, 4-5/8, 6-5/8, 8-5/8, 11-5/8, 13-5/8, 15-5/8 and 17-5/8.
|SMU Perkins School of Theology
Hadrian was used for this project.
|University of Texas of the Permian Basin Library
Cedar Hill Cream split-face ashlar veneer is used for the entire exterior of the building. Building also features large areas of interior and exterior paving using Cedar Hill Cream, Permian Sea Coral and Hadrian.
|Centennial High School
Exterior cladding at entries and base are Cedar Hill Cream in smooth finish. Interior columns in Cedar Hill Cream are profiled to shape around metal post.
Cedar Hill Cream-honed and split face-used in clatting, coping, trim and monumental blocks in entry way.
|UTPB Stonehenge Replica
|University of North Texas Music and Fine Arts Hall
Features exterior and interior Hadrian split-face random sizes with some dark and purple colored stone mixed in with the light as well as Hadrian sawn quoins and a sawn Hadrian band.