Constructing a Dream with GFRC
Completed in 1999, the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas remains one of the most exotic projects that Stromberg Architectural has ever undertaken. Featuring a massive marlin sculpture, sky-scraping spires and majestic finials, the Atlantis Resort is a sight to behold. However, not every day in the Bahamas is fair wind and sunshine, so the project planners contacted Stromberg Architectural to custom fabricate these architectural details from GFRC. That is because glass fiber reinforced concrete, or GFRC, can withstand the toughest weather better than any other building material.
Stromberg Presents Elegance in GFRC
A world class resort needs world class architecture, and that is exactly what Stromberg provides. The custom finials, spires, domes, and sculpture at the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas distinguish the resort as one of the finest in the world. These architectural details evoke a sense of exoticism that adds unique character to the resort. Visitors are transported to a magical, tropical landscape that seamlessly merges the high-class, luxury hotel with the paradisaical land and seascape of the Bahamas. This level of sophistication cannot be picked out of a catalog. The architectural details at the Atlantis Resort are the product of vision, careful consideration and flawless, custom fabrication. It’s more than just fiberglass, it’s Stromberg GFRC.
GFRC is Beautiful even on a Budget
While the Atlantis Resort is undeniably a high-class destination, they are motivated by finances just as much as any other business. As such, they recognize the value of GFRC. Since GFRC can be manipulated to emulate nearly any building material, it provides a clear, financially savvy alternative to traditional building materials like stone or metal. Additionally, GFRC details from Stromberg arrive at the work-site mostly preconstructed, making for an easy installation. Whether you are a small businessman or a massive corporation, Stromberg Architectural GFRC will save you money without compromising on quality.
Grace with Grit: GFRC Will Weather the Storm
While the value alone would be enough to make GFRC appealing, Stromberg has another ace up the sleeve. GFRC is extremely weather resistant, and has been known to stand up to extreme weather that has toppled other, nearby structures. Hurricanes, floods, even acid rain have very little effect on GFRC. Naturally, this particular quality makes GFRC an attractive building material when doing construction in high risk areas like the Bahamas, Florida or New Orleans.
Benefits of GFRC: Why Stromberg GFRC?
- GFRC is light-weight, low-maintenance and highly durable
- GFRC is affordable and versatile enough to emulate more expensive building materials like marble, gold and granite
- GFRC is extremely weather-resistant and can stand up to high winds, acid rain and even hurricanes
- Stromberg GFRC will not rot, corrode or delaminate over time
- GFRC requires very little in the way of architectural support, and can be installed just about anywhere
Providing GFRC to all of the Bahamas
Bahamas GFRC, Nassau GFRC, Freeport GFRC, West End GFRC, Coopers Town GFRC, Grand Bahama GFRC, New Providence GFRC, Abaco GFRC.
For More Information on GFRC
For more information on GFRC, visit Stromberg Architectural Products. The experts at Stromberg will help you make your GFRC project a success. They offer design assistance, specifications, and CAD details. If you have questions about Stromberg GFRC, the initial consultation is free. Call (903) 454-0904 for more information.
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