In early 2019, we celebrated our 100th anniversary and the division Quartz Industries used this opportunity to go big at this year’s art exhibition – the Italian Stone Theatre – at the Marmomac fair in Verona in September.
In a tightly scheduled, large-scale project, the 15/33 runway at Salzburg Airport was refurbished. The concrete runway from the 1960s would remain as the foundation for the new covering layer consisting of 120,000 tons of asphalt.
To modernise one of the blocks of the Romanian nuclear power plant in Cernavodă, around 400 tons of concrete had to be decommissioned in a controlled manner and under the strictest safety conditions.
As part of the construction of the new Lancy-Bachet train station in the Swiss city of Geneva, a concrete wall, which had been used to hold back soil during the construction work, needed to be removed.
With the goal to create a diamond for everyone, Daniel Swarovski laid the cornerstone of his crystal empire in 1895 in Wattens, Austria.
As part of an offshore decommissioning project for a major U.S. oil company in the Gulf of Mexico, a stub had to be removed within a short time frame in the last quarter of 2018.
Gaudi's unfinished masterpiece La Sagrada Familia is being built with stone from a Lancashire quarry, property of Armstrongs Group, UK. The stone was cut and profiled using Tyrolit diamond tools.
The assistence system ToolScope helps the operator get the most out of grinding tools and minimise machining times.