Project: Tourist Services Centre (Centrum Obsługi Ruchu Turystycznego, known as the Aquarium) in Zagórze Śląskie. (Lower Silesia)
Supplier of elements: DKSM – “Księżyce” mine
Stone: natural slate Księżyce
Date of completion: May 2020
Investment cost: over 2.9 million PLN
Elements: timber-framed and slate building. It has a pitched roof with a skylight.
Amount of stone installed: over 100 tonnes of Księżyce slate for gabions in thicknesses from 1 to 6 cm.
Reconstruction of the railway viaduct in Prądnicka Street in Cracow
Supplier of elements: P.U.H. “SOSNOWICA” S.C. J. Wiąckiewicz, G. Rębosz
Elements: split stone; Amount of stone: 285 m2, 15 cm thick; Date of completion. Investment date: 2nd quarter 2021.
Project: Wolności Square and Zduński Square in Kutno (Łódz Voivodship)
Supplier: Tinarg (Zimnik)
Ordering party: City of Kutno, designer Marek Cieplucha, contractor: PSS GB
Stone: Zimnik light grey granite
Elements: flamed granite slabs, 8 cm thick, various dimensions
Amount of stone: over 8,000 m2
Completion date: 1st quarter of 2021
Photo www.kutno.net.pl | toza (archive)
Project: Branicki Palace in Białystok. Italian Pavilion.
Supplier: Pismar (Szklarska Huta)
Stone: Długopole sandstone
Elements: stairs and flooring elements. Stairs made in polished processing, stair elements cut in curves on a CNC machine.
Amount of stone: approx. 120 linear metres of elements.
Date of completion: 4th quarter of 2020.
Photo: Voiv. Office for Monuments Protection in Białystok
Kostrza Strzegom Granite
Project: Amor fountain with dolphin in Jawor city park (Lower Silesia)
Manufacturer: Piramida (Strzegom), Litos (Strzegom)
Stone: Kostrza Strzegom granite from Piramida’s excavation
Elements: Slabs around the fountain flamed, inside ground C120, other elements pebbled.
Slabs cut in an arc on a CNC machine. Fountain bowl 230 cm in diameter, 40 cm thick cut on a profile line.
Date of completion: April 2021
Project: next stage of Spa Park revitalisation in Jastrzębie-Zdrój
Supplier: Barwałd (Brenna)
Stone: grey Brenna sandstone
Elements: flamed sandstone slabs – regular of different sizes and irregular, so-called “wild”, 10 cm thick. Amount: over 400 m2 for paths.
Date of completion: 2020
Project: private house
Contractor: Kamtex (Brenna)
Stone: yellow Rytlów sandstone
Elements: slabs 80 x 120 cm, 5 cm thick; block stairs, 17 cm thick (rarely seen length in private investment)
Amount: slabs 150 m2 + block stairs Date of completion: 2021
Source: Kurier kamieniarski
Author: Kurier Kamieniarski | Published: 11.05.2021