Memorial Project
New Jersey

The Memoria Project is a grassroots initiative to create a national tribute to the victims and survivors of September 11, 2001.

In early 2002, volunteers from Monmouth County, NJ (which lost 146 persons in the terrorist attacks) formed a non-profit group to oversee the creation of a commemorative stone sculpture. Led by artist Stephen Shaheen, the memorialization effort became a process-driven installation involving hundreds of community members and the families of 9/11 victims.

Vermont Imperial Danby was the chosen material and we could not be more proud to be part of such a beautiful and meaningful project.

IMPERIAL Danby

Featured Marble: Imperial Danby.

Soft gray and gold veins. Light to medium veining. A premier solution for kitchen countertops or use in bath installations.

Available in slabs 2cm, 3cm & 5cm as well as standard tiles from 12 x 12 up to 24 x 24

Material Specifications
Absorption by Weight ASTM C97: 0.06%
Density LBS/CuFt ASTM C97: 169.2
Specific Gravity ASTM C97: 2.711
Compressive Strength ASTM C170: 9475 psi
Abrasion Resistance, Hardness ASTM C241: 12.1
Flexural Strength ASTM C880: 1226 psi
Modulus or Rupture ASTM C99: 1077 psi

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