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Construction Marketing Inc. produces video for Indiana Limestone, America’s Building Stone

Construction Marketing Company Produces Educational Construction Industry Video For Indiana Limestone, America’s Building Stone.

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Indiana Limestone
Indiana Limestone
PRLog - Jan. 24, 2013 - FISHERS, Ind. -- FISHERS, Ind. -- Industry wide, Indiana limestone is known as a cost-effective, durable natural resource. Its beauty and sustainability make it ideal to work with and Construction Marketing Team of Fishers, IN has teamed up with industry experts and produced an educational video displaying exactly this.

In this video Construction Marketing Inc. was able to leverage the expertise of Dr. Brian Keith, Senior Scientist at the Indiana Geological Survey at Indiana University. Indiana limestone is a “world premier building stone because of its massive character, uniform composition and high quality making it a very durable, easily millable stone for a variety of applications” states Dr. Keith.

Josh Wagner, Director of Quarry Operations at Indiana Limestone Company, weighs in on the process of quarrying the stone into manageable sized pieces for distribution. Josh explains the entire quarrying, grading and shipping process.

Indiana Cut Stone's President Kathy Baker-Heckard, cuts in to explain how skilled professionals and artisans supply cut and dressed Indiana Limestone throughout the world. Indiana Cut Stone has been providing custom fabricated Indiana Limestone building veneer, accent and trim for decades.  

Used for prestigious buildings like the Indiana State Museum, Indiana limestone is the “life and history of our state,” and “our most distinctive export from Indiana” says Bill Browne, Principal Architect & President of Ratio Architects, Inc.  

Expert engineer Fritz Herget, President of ARSEE Engineers, explains the multiple uses and benefits of Indiana Limestone.  Fritz engineers a compelling message for those who might consider utilizing this durable and adaptable building material.

CMT's construction industry video production team created this short video that will not only educate viewers on Indiana limestone itself, but will also showcase some notable Indiana scenes like McCormick's Creek State Park, Indiana State Museum and the Indiana War Memorial.  Viewers will get an inside look at a large scale stone quarry as well as a custom stone fabrication shop.

To learn more about why Indiana limestone has been the material of choice for esteemed structures like the Empire State Building and how its quarried, fabricated and engineered, watch the Construction Marketing Team video here:http://youtu.be/rAUXGc0WvnI.  

This educational video may be used by any organization that wishes to present it, however it may not be edited or modified in any way.

Construction Marketing Team also specializes in traditional and internet based marketing services for the construction industry.  Visit us at http://www.construction.marketing/ and View more of our construction industry marketing work today!


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Source:Construction Marketing Inc.
Phone:(317) 660-6471
Location:Fishers - Indiana - United States
Industry:Construction, Marketing, Architecture
Tags:Indiana Limestone, construction marketing, Construction Marketing Video, Construction Video Production, Indiana Cut Stone, Ratio Architects, ARSEE Engineers, Indiana Limestone Company
Last Updated:Jun 26, 2014
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