WK Marble & Granite, launched in 1990, is an importer and wholesaler of natural stone, quartz-based engineered stones and consumables used in the processing of stone.
November 21st, 2008
The companyís extensive stock range boasts over 300 colours, making WK the largest supplier of stone in Australia. WK has extensive expertise in sourcing stone globally, with a buying power that enables the company to pass on the most competitive pricing to its clients.
Granite, marble, limestone, travertine, onyx, Quantum Quartz engineered stone, Retroglass (crystallised glass) and Terastone (terrazzo), available in slab and tile form.
Commercial, hospitality and residential.
Walker Corporation, NSW; Westfield Bondi Junction, NSW; Lumiere Apartments, NSW; Regent Place, NSW and numerous apartment developments by Multiplex, Southern Cross Construction, Australand, Hansen Yuncken and Mirvac.
WK Marble & Granite supply and advise on glues, sealants and protective agents for use with its products. The management team has an in-depth knowledge of the construction industry ñ especially the building and ornamental stone business and extensive experience in coordinating the supply and delivery of products. The WK Marble & Granite logistic team works closely with product inspectors around the world to ensure the supply of quality material to meet specifications. WK is a member of the Australian Stone Advisory Assocation.
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