taylor maxwell

/reconstituted cast stone

reconstituted cast stone

Reconstituted Cast Stone has been used as a core building material for hundreds of years, its earliest use can be traced back to the year 1138 at Carcassonne in France. Cast stone is a Portland cement based architectural precast concrete product manufactured incorporating high quality fine and coarse aggregates.

The British Standard definition for cast stone is ''any material made with natural aggregates and a cementitious binder that is intended to resemble and be used in a similar way to natural stone''.

Cast Stone has caught the imagination of architects and indeed their clients as it offers distinction by greatly enhancing and complementing the other building materials on a façade. It is regularly used in areas with sensitive planning constraints or where quarried natural stone is the prominent material.

The use of cast stone also offers the designer flexibility to choose their required colour, texture, finish and stone unit dimensions. Frequently manufactured products include finishes to replicate quarried natural Portland and Bathstone.

precast panels

Where fast track building is required, we have the facility to manufacture large panel units up to 10t in weight. These are produced as large structural units, which are manufactured as per the wet cast unit specification in many colours and textures.


vobster brochure

vobster is known for its policy of continuous development of production techniques and new mix formulations for a greater choice of finish and durability...

vobster brochure

/projects case studies

west hendon, london

Hendon Waterside is a flagship Barratt London residential regeneration scheme in North London. The project itself is creating 2,000 new homes set in 170 hectares of beautiful grounds and gardens, which will provide residents with lakeside living within 30 minutes of Central London.

west hendon, london
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