Building Stone – Indiana Limestone

During the early 19th Century, vast quantities of high-quality limestone were discovered and large-scale quarrying operations began in 1827. Since large-scale quarrying operations began, Indiana Limestone has been used in familiar American landmarks such as the National Cathedral, the Pentagon, Rockefeller Center and a host of other buildings, landmarks and monuments. Because of its strong, rugged, and solid characteristics, Indiana Limestone has become known as “America's Building Stone.”