- Artisan Group
- MIA + BSI
Our fabrication facility contains state of the art equipment ranging from CNC routers, bridge saws, line polishers, and more; all of which run with the help of our 100% efficiency water recycling system. Our waterjet allows us the major benefit of precision cutting of a diverse array of materials. By pressurizing water into thousands of pounds per square inch and emitting it at high velocities through a tiny orifice, water jet cutters are able to cut intricate designs into stone, glass, metal and more. The technological advances within the last few decades have propelled water jets to the forefront of cutting processes.
Guide Published in 2010 through a collaboration of the Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute, Atkinson-Noland Associates, Robinson Brick and the Building Stone Institute this informative guide provides illustrations of suggested installations as well as some building code requirements for natural stone adhered veneer.
Published in 2008 by the Building Stone Institute, this installation guide was designed for the purpose of promoting natural stone as an adhered veneer.Download Guide
Artisan Group product lines: Heritage Wood, Saratoga Soapstone, and Artisan Stone Collection Granite are the first stone and wood products to be available to architects, spec writers, engineers and contractors on ARCAT.ARCAT provides information on building materials for architects, spec writers, engineers and contractors. The system supports 10,500 manufacturers and is used by more than 200,000 industry professionals per month.
“To my knowledge, Artisan Group has created the first three-part CSI spec for natural stone,” says Thomas Hooker, ARCAT. “This is a unique because until this time, only manmade products were included in spec programs and this puts natural and sustainable products in front of architects.”
Over the years architects have grown to depend on ARCAT’s CSI 3-Part Format specs because they are thorough, accurate, and consistent.