Projects by Application
Projects by State
Using durable and weather-resistant GFRC, our team produced attractive cornice for this college’s new residence halls.
Close to 2,000 custom architectural GFRC blocks were crafted and installed by Stromberg to develop this store’s rain screen.
Atascocita High School
This Texas high school’s new balustrade, cornice, and columns were all crafted from lightweight GFRC.
Stromberg used GFRC to create half columns and pilasters, which gave this Ohio restaurant’s exterior a truly distinctive look.
Relying on our extensive knowledge of the classical orders, we used GFRP to craft Corinthian columns and matching pilasters.
Thanks to the unique properties of GFRC, Stromberg was able to reproduce this country estate’s original columns.
These basic columns designed and crafted for Castle Pines were made from weather-resistant and lightweight architectural GFRC.
Stromberg-crafted GFRC molding and panels transformed this Ohio storefront into something truly stylish and eye-catching.
Five colorful GFRP sculptures – three giraffes, a hippo, and an ostrich – were custom designed and installed by Stromberg.
In 2006, Stromberg crafted several imposing Greek Corinthian columns from architectural GFRC for this Texas school.
New GFRC panels and cornice drastically improved the aesthetic appeal of this Alabama coliseum’s exterior.
A lightweight, low maintenance, and moisture-resistant clock surround was fashioned using Stromberg architectural GFRC.
This massive project involved producing hundreds of custom columns, as well as Cast Stone coral trim, scuppers, and domes.
Some of the elements Stromberg has produced for this long-time client include GFRC trim and panels that emulate Indiana limestone.
Greek Corinthian columns of various sizes were made using architectural fiberglass during this ecclesiastical project.
The stately GFRC columns made by Stromberg feature a smooth texture, and are a vital part of this building’s elegant exterior.
Using architectural fiberglass, Stromberg built a clock tower, Corinthian columns, and attractive cornice for the DBU.
This water feature project involved manufacturing several custom abstract sculptures made entirely from architectural fiberglass.
During this project, we designed custom fascia panels and cast nearly 750 feet of GFRC panels and cornice.
First Presbyterian Church
Fluted Ionic architectural concrete columns were made by Stromberg and finished to match the surrounding classical church.
Galleria Tower II
These appealing Stromberg-crafted GFRC parapet panels stood up to the awesome power of Hurricane Ike without sustaining damage.
Gonzales County Courthouse
Everything about this Texas courthouse is unique, including the Cast Stone cupola built by Stromberg in 1996.
Greenville Sports Park
Using architectural fiberglass, Stromberg’s experts were able to craft several colorful and realistic sports-themed sculptures.
This storefront was transformed into something memorable with GFRP valance panels, surrounds, and parapet caps.
J. Murrey Atkins Library
The façade of this library was greatly enhanced by Stromberg-made GFRC architectural panels, sills, and caps.
Using Cast Stone, Stromberg’s renovation team was able to restore this impressive structure’s columns to their original splendor.
La Quinta Inn
This inn’s ringed fountain featuring detailed horse sculptures was renovated by Stromberg with GFRS and architectural concrete.
Little Pine Lake
Newly-constructed cast stone and GFRC panels, balustrade, surrounds, and fireplace mantels were all part of this project’s scope.
Mamaroneck Ave. School
To complement its 2006 building addition, this elementary school chose GFRC cornice designed and manufactured by Stromberg.
Stromberg used weather-resistant and versatile GFRC to craft new architectural cornice for this Oregon library in 2004.
North Shore College
Strong, lightweight, and fireproof GFRC pilasters were custom designed and crafted for this award-winning campus building.
Old Parkland Hospital
Columns, cornice, and balustrade were designed and cast in GFRC to add to this historic building’s original design.
One Morrocroft Centre
To complete the traditional Georgian look of this building, Stromberg crafted GFRC Tuscan columns, balustrade, fountains, and more.
A realistic stone finish was applied to the various GFRP elements made during this project, which included balustrade and columns.
Orange County Courthouse
The sturdy railing seen on this courthouse was crafted from durable and moldable architectural fiberglass in 2002.
Pan Asia Bistro
Stromberg used architectural fiberglass to create fixture pieces and stately lion sculptures to welcome patrons.
Paris Cancer Center
In 1992, Stromberg built a port cochere from Cast Stone for this medical facility to protect vehicles and patients from the elements.
This courthouse’s bollards, constructed of GFRC, enhance both the security of the structure and its visual appeal.
Rose State College
Using architectural concrete, we were able to mold durable columns and panels quickly and precisely for Rose State College.
Thirteen GFRP panels were custom designed and constructed to create an awe-inspiring replica of the night sky.
Several custom GFRP domes, including one inspired by a lantern, were manufactured for this notable Colorado plaza.
Textured architectural fiberglass architectural domes were finished with a bold red hue and crowned with ornate crosses.
Stromberg used architectural concrete (GFRC) to cast new pilasters for this retail giant’s storefront in 2005.
Texas Womans University
Stromberg's architectural GFRC coping, panels, and trim helped to add appeal to this historical Texas university’s façade.
The celebrated bas relief soldier wall in The Pentagon was crafted with adaptable and lightweight Stromberg GFRG.