Alma Stone JSC
Alma Stone JSC
The establishment of the “Albemensky Building Materials Factory” (ABMF) in 1954 marked the beginning of the history of the commercial development of the Alma Deposit.
It currently consists of 8 quarries that are used to extract natural limestone and produce sawn building materials - blocks, dimensional stones, bricks and tiles. In 1970, a workshop specializing in the manufacture of facing tiles and architectural products from natural stone was set up at the factory.
Products made from Alma stone have been used to build homes, health centers and administrative buildings across the country. Its unique qualities made it possible to implement the Alma stone in the process of restoring historical and architectural monuments - temples, cathedrals, monasteries and palaces of St. Petersburg and Moscow (Moscow Kremlin - 1970), Kazan, Novgorod, Vladimir, Suzdal, Kiev, Sevastopol and many other cities.
The company's philosophy aims to restore historical human traditions, spiritual and cultural values related to the construction field.
Over the past two centuries, typical collective architecture has been actively replacing traditions of stone architecture. Typical housing block projects made of bricks and reinforced concrete have been implemented. The human dwelling lost its individual appearance, and the spirit of the times and times. Man began to dress like others, live like others, and think like others - his freedom was restricted by stereotypes.
Alminski Building Materials Factory and Alma Stone ™ were able not only to preserve, but also to enrich the traditions, experience and mastery of stone architecture. The company's specialists continue to actively research, organize and develop the experience of previous generations.
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