Known for its exceptional range of masonry products, Baines Masonry was recently selected to supply materials for a $110 Million multipurpose centre for the display and sale of thoroughbred horses. Check out the finished project.
FDC Constructions’ construction of the William Inglis & Son Centre of Excellence incorporates the latest technology in international real-time auction sales and the highest level of comfort and hospitality for its global clientele at Warwick Farm.
Known as Riverside Stables, the facility is established as a key venue in Western Sydney, catering to a multitude of events and functions. A key feature of the Warwick Farm precinct is a new 5-star luxury hotel, named The William Inglis, as part of the MGallery collection by Sofitel.
Baines Masonry’s products were chosen due to their exceptional quality of finish, strength, tolerance, and high fire and acoustic capabilities.
The feature masonry chosen was a smooth stone layer, in AppinStone, to highlight the stables and retaining wall near the luxury hotel. The blocks were required to be highly durable and come in a colour that would blend in with the complex.
The feature masonry has a silicone additive that is injected into the mix during production, which helps supress efflorescence and provides a higher barrier to water penetration than standard masonry can achieve.
By using the Baines Masonry Designer Software, the client was able to visualise the walls; freely mixing different blocks, mortar colours and laying patterns before deciding on the most suitable colour and type of masonry. What better way to present your project to your clients than to visually demonstrate the actual colour and face finish. To see the colours and finishes Baines Masonry can supply, take a look at their Masonry Design software program here.
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