Landscape Architect & Specifier News

MAY 2017

LASN is a photographically oriented, professional journal featuring topics of concern and state-of-the-art projects designed or influenced by registered Landscape Architects.

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226 Landscape Architect and Specifier News 2017 Specifier's Guide hardscapes Pavers / Porcelain Pavers / Shell Aggregate See ad on page 253 Information Request # 9357 HDG Building Materials/Buzon www.hdgbuildingmaterials.com 503-360-9551 HDG Porcelain Pavers offer exceptional flexibility in designing a private garden, swimming pool surround, raised terrace, or large civic plaza. Structural porcelain pavers offer many unmatched benefits. The Legno Series is a new take on a wood look. Virtually no maintenance product, extremely hard-wearing, yet simple and elegant. See ads on pages 215, 248, 254 Information Request # 9051 HandyDeck Inc. www.handydeck.com 866-206-8316 Lightweight, harder wearing, non-porous, frost resistant HandyDeck porcelain pavers are more attractive and natural looking landscaping pavers that can be laid directly in grass, on prepared sand/gravel beds, or on HandyDeck's rubber paver supports for fast and clean, lower maintenance patio installations. Available in a variety of wood, cement, rustic and stone finishes. Information Request # 9533 EV Materials Corporation www.evmaterials.com 657-549-0255 EV porcelain paver is made from high-grade porcelain,and looks and feels just like natural stone.With over 10,000PSI compressive strength,the 2CM paver is ideal for use on patios, pool decks, driveways, walkways, and roof decks with pedestal systems. Information Request # 9559 Matrix Z, LLC www.matrix-z.com 800-657-7866 SeaStone® products are cementitious stones containing a proprietary admixture using natural fossil shell and other aggregates which vary from piece to piece designed to replicate the appearance of natural stone. An enhanced manufacturing process applies tons of pressure to each unit, fusing the aggregates and fossils together which simulates a natural occurrence.

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