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Tuesday, 27 January 2009 11:43

The Business Journal featured our CEO, Diko Chekian.

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Press Release: STONE FABRICATOR WORKS IN HARMONY WITH ENVIRONMENT
Tuesday, 27 January 2009 11:41

(FRESNO, CALIF.) — Prestige SurfaceWorks creates unforgettable ambiance indoors
without leaving its industrial footprint outdoors in the environment.

Prestige SurfaceWorks utilizes the latest state-of-the-art fabrication technology to
ensure its customers receive beautiful and well-crafted products. But the new technologies
also enable the company to do business in harmony with the nature that provides
the stone for its home improvement products.

Prestige recycles 100 percent of the 205 gallons of water used every minute to run its
facility. Even at full production, a closed-loop system allows the company to reuse all of
its water for cutting and fabrication.

Prestige is also the first company in the area to utilize Computer-Numerically-
Controlled (CNC) machinery, which makes optimal use of the stone available to maximize
yield and create less waste. Furthermore, the fabrication remnants from Prestige
projects end up with CalTrans for reuse in California’s road base.

“From the beginning, we have built Prestige to be green,” said Diko Chekian, CEO of
Prestige SurfaceWorks. “Our future plans include electric fork lifts and solar panels. I
think it’s a smart way to do business.”

Prestige SurfaceWorks is located at 2635 E. North Ave. in Fresno. Visit
www.PrestigeSurfaceWorks.com for our company profile and product information.

 
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Featured Testimonial

Diko,

I want to share with you Paula and my compliments for the work done on our project and the professionalism of your staff.

Beginning with Ray's low key approach and can do attitude through Rigo's attention to details and make it right philosophy and finally Monte's craftsmanship.

Thank you,

Sid Frank