Based in Atlanta, GA, and operating in three states, Construction Resources, Inc. has multiple fabrication facilities, and it also supplies a broad range of building materials.
Over the past few years, countertop fabricators across North America have expanded their business into sectors such as tile, sinks, fireplaces and even cabinetry in order to provide a more complete buying experience for their customers. However, this concept has been taken to a new level at Atlanta, GA-based Construction Resources, Inc., which offers a range of building products that is unparalleled in the industry.
The company’s fabrication shops include Atlanta Kitchen in Decatur, GA (with three showrooms in the Atlanta area), Florida Bath & Surfaces in Santa Rosa Beach, FL (with a second showroom in Tallahassee, FL), and Innovative Surfaces in Pelham, AL.
The 2010 Nominating Committee for Stone World magazine has named Matt Lansing of Stone Innovations, Inc. in Plover, WI, as Fabricator of the Year.
Todd Luster of Tile Marble and Stone, LLC in Shawnee, OK, has been named as a Director of the Stone Fabricators Alliance (SFA).
State of the art laser templating was top of the agenda during Sheridan’s ‘Right first Time’ installers day which took place in March at the 75,000 sq ft fabrications site in West Yorkshire. Sheridan installers from right across the UK attended the event which was initiated to inspire and ensure best practice nationwide.
In considering key factors for offering consistently high standards of quality and service across the Sheridan business, an important focus for the event was the applications, benefits and efficiencies of the recently acquired LT 55 laser templating equipment. Since acquiring their first LT55 in December, Sheridan have been so impressed with the unrivaled accuracy and capabilities of the technology that a further six machines have now been purchased for the installers in the field, from Scotland to Southern England. Over the last year, the Sheridan team also worked closely with the manufacturers to fine tune the software to meet very specific requirements.
Published September 27, 2010 – Stone World Magazine