Indiana Limestone is used for the spires and tracery windows, reducers, window and door trim, coping and water table.
Reconstruction of the limestone facade of the Pentagon destroyed by the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001. Required the installation of approximately 4,000 limestone panels.
The columns and base of this Muncie, Indiana gazebo are constructed of Indiana Limestone and feature custom carvings.
This custom carving uses three slabs of Indiana Limestone and measures over 15 feet long by 8 feet high.
The ornately designed National Cathedral is constructed using entirely Indiana Limestone.
Indiana Limestone is used for trim to accent the brick used for Christian Brothers Christian High School is Town & Country, Missouri.
Dramatic entrance columns and facade of the Carmel Performing Arts Center are made of Indiana Limestone.
Spandrel panels of Indiana Limestone finish the outside walls.
Constitution Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is constructed of Indiana Limestone. The exterior surface features a carving of a portion of the Constitution Preamble.
Indiana Limestone is used for the Millennium Monument in Chicago's Millenium Park. The Millennium Monument is in the Wrigley Square portion of Millennium Park, on the corner of East Randolph and North Michigan Avenue. The monument features 24 paired, fluted Doric columns that are 40 feet high made from buff smooth stone.
The Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville, Tennessee features columned Indiana limestone and a long colonnade, reflecting the city's long history of neoclassical design. Named for Maestro Kenneth Schermerhorn, construction began in December of 2003 on the Nashville Symphony’s magnificent new home, and was open to the public less than three years later. Nashville—“Music City, USA”—showcases many forms of its musical heritage through the Schermerhorn, including blues, pop, jazz, and cabaret, along with classical performances.
This private residence in British Columbia, Canada features Indiana limestone. The waterfall in the back is the overflow of the infinity edge pool.
2,458 tons of white Indiana Limestone was used to construct the facade The Smith Center for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas, Nevada..