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On Lower Shaker Lake, dam seepage needs to be shored up, and additional erosion control will be going in, consisting of river rock above the normal water line and limestone riprap below.
This was his second sale at the two-tower limestone condominium near 61st Street.
Underneath the dirt on each island is porous limestone rock.
Meierotto Jewelers’ new 34,000-square-foot, two-story limestone building is a stunner — stationed on an Armour Road development site that is easily seen and accessible from Interstate 35.
Original details inside the home include mahogany walls and limestone flooring, and other specialties include a glass-domed breakfast room, billiards room and a bar.
Deep beneath the state are layers of sandstone and limestone filled with tiny interconnected holes, making it a perfect place to bury liquid toxic waste.
Consider the ballroom with its 18-foot-tall windows and 28-foot high limestone fireplace.
Among the challenges is the ground in that area, which is heavy in limestone and prone to sinkholes.
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