Discover Marble featured in the Telegram & Gazette for our Green Initiative.
From the Telegram & Gazette:
“For companies big and small, going “green,” or reducing their environmental footprint, is all the rage these days. In varying degrees and combinations, some are motivated by the environment, others by obtaining the green credibility that woos consumers, and all by the undeniable fact that being more efficient saves money.
Millbury-based Discover Marble and Granite, a 12-year-old company that imports, manufactures and installs stone counter tops in kitchens and bathrooms, has invested heavily in renewable energy, waste reduction efforts and energy efficiency improvements.”
Our president, Victor DeOliveira recently participated in the expert panel at the Cosentino 100 conference.
Victor sat on the panel of experts for the breakout session: Fabrication Best Practices. He shared his insights and expertise about new fabrication and installation techniques as well as best practices that provide quality-management and improving the bottom line.
Stone World Magazine sits down with Discover Marble to discuss the company’s growth over the past four years.
From Stone World:
When Stone World first reported on Discover Marble & Granite in March of 2006, the company had two locations — one in Millbury, MA, and another in Ft. Myers, FL — and it was fabricating an average of 100 kitchens per week. Today, despite facing one of the worst recessions in history, the company has actually grown to four locations, and it has greatly diversified its operations.
Discover Marble featured in Cambria Magazine
From Cambria Magazine:
“We want to create a ‘wow’ factor.” he continues. “You can see it in how much money we pour back into the company in the latest technology for better accuracy and better quality. This year we’ll reinvest 70 percent of profits back into the business.”
Discover Marble featured in Marble Institute of America
“The fabrication and installation of dimension-cut natural stone should meet MIA and other industry standards…”