GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) is only 3/4″ thick making it much easier to install, and also to seamlessly integrate with brick veneer.
See in this video, how large GFRC panels are installed for curved entry way elevation as well as non-loadbearing GFRC window headers with steel lintel above them.
With seamless connections between designed stone panels, manufactured stone can be effectively used for architectural stone cladding, veneers, wall coping, as well as architectural trim for exterior facades of buildings.
GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) products are hollow from inside with thickness of 3/4th of an inch. While they are much lighter in weight, unique fiber materials and manufacturing technology gives products strength. This higher strength to weight ratio makes GFRC ideally suited for a number of architectural applications.
GFRC products have pre-engineered, built in connections that simply the installation. Products are much easier to handle on the construction site. GFRC is able to achieve the exact same look and feel as architectural precast enabling possibilities to combine the products as well.
See in this video more about GFRC connections that simplify installation while achieving required design objectives for cladding of Delta Gamma Sorority House at the Southern Methodist University (SMU).
GFRC products are much more durable compared to Stucco or EIFS.