Goverment Parks & Projects

These galleries showcase projects that we are proud to have had a part in. If you’re looking for ideas or just want to see the range of capabilities that Stone NW has to offer, please browse through these images. Each gallery provides the scope of the project including location; the architect, designer or contractor; and the stone used. StoneNW routinely works with architects and designers to provide Project Management services on projects like these.

Yellowstone National Park

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For this project we fabricated a special cut from our Black Rock columns to match the stone used one hundred years ago in the making of our great national park, Yellowstone!

Millennium Park

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In the heart of downtown Lake Oswego, Millennium Park has become the spot for concerts, coffee and confections of every kind. This central hub of activity also ties together local shops and stores, creating a pleasant community atmosphere for residents and visitors alike. Millennium park was built out of our Columbia River Basalt which specially cut to make installation easy for the stone mason. The caps for the walls, stairs, and treads at an imported granite which very nicely accents the tone and texture.

Esther Short Park

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Esther Short Park, designed by the late Bob Murasi, is one of the initial projects in the revitalization of downtown Vancouver. The unique design welcomes the public to relax and play in the water feature on hot summer days. The fabrication techniques used on the column rock creates a striking visual sculpture year round. The columns are used in innovative ways throughout the project. The project features a Montana ledgestone used for a full veneer in the central clock tower and fabricated Bronze Columns for the benches and bollards.

Oregon Zoo

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This project prominently features Camas Gray basalt that has been hewn into our popular Square & Rec pattern. Camas Grey is quarried just outside or Portland, Oregon and is a staple building material throughout the Columbia River basin. This handsome gray stone with its subtle lavender hue makes a great backdrop for the dramtic and sculptural bronze columns, which make an excellent resting place for weary feet. Windswept boulders provide a subdued accent throughout.