GFRC Pennsylvania Area Projects by Stromberg
The state of Pennsylvania is home to several buildings constructed by legendary architects such as Henry Hobson Richardson and Frank Lloyd Wright. Building styles common in the state include Victorian, modern, and even post-modern. For professionals who are called upon to restore historic structures or design and build entirely new shopping plazas or churches in Pennsylvania, there are few materials that are better than GFRC in terms of durability and versatility.
GFRC Pennsylvania Projects
Stromberg Architectural has completed many Mid-Atlantic GFRC projects for schools, city halls, malls, condos, and many other types of buildings. Our GFRC Pennsylvania clients and commissions include:
- GFRC Fern Rock, Pennsylvania: SEPTA
- GFRC Scranton Area: University of Scranton
- GFRC Plymouth Meeting, PA: Plymouth Meeting Mall
GFRC Pennsylvania Services
Our services can benefit a wide array of design and construction professionals, including those searching for GFRC for architects and GFRC for interior designers. We offer our clients all of the following and more when they get GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) from us:
- Free initial consultations so you can learn more about your GFRC options
- Complimentary estimates so you can decide whether the GFRC price is right for your budget
- GFRC plans, models, and CAD drawings
- Manufacturing and GFRC detailing and finishing
- GFRC installation upon request
Advantages of Stromberg’s Affordable GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete)
- Choose from a full line of GFRC products to complete your project, including GFRC cornice, GFRC pedestals, GFRC window surrounds, GFRC benches, and more
- GFRC weighs up to 90 percent less than conventional concrete, which makes shipping GFRC to your location easier
- When you buy GFRC from our company you can be confident it will be manufactured in accordance with the highest standards of quality and craftsmanship
Stromberg Architectural can provide local GFRC services to all Pennsylvania towns and cities, including:
Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Erie, Reading, Scranton, Bethlehem, Lancaster, Levittown, Altoona, Beaver Falls, Beech Creek, Wexford, Zion Grove, Glen Hope, and many others.
Visit the Stromberg Architectural website to access our GFRC resources and find out more about why you should consider using GFRC as an alternative to cast stone or traditional concrete for your next construction or renovation project.