The Kuwait Company for Process Plant Construction & Contracting (KCPC), is a Pioneer and Leader in Civil Construction and Infrastructure Development. Established in 1979 , KCPC is a professionally managed ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 & OHSAS 18001:2008 certified company involved in executing turnkey projects for large and complicated Building and Civil Engineering and Infrastructure Projects for Government and Private sector.
KCPC Marble is a division specialized in Marble & Natural stone works .
KCPC Marble is the authorized distributor of Neolith in the State of Kuwait , a globally renowned company offering large format Sintered slabs , with extraordinary characteristics .
KCPC Marble is the authorized distributor of Silestone in the State of Kuwait , the world leader in Quartz surfaces offering large slabs with more than 60 colors and different thicknesses composed if 94% quartz.
KCPC Marble has a large inventory of Marble , Stone , Granite , Neolith’s large format Sintered Slabs , and Silestone Quartz Slabs , Imported from around the world . Catering to the most demanding architects & designers.
KCPC Marble’s highly technical , and experienced staff , are paired with a state of the art production facility, ensuring proper quality controls from the initial stage of slab selection till the final stage of installation and handover.
Marble quality affects the pricing of the material. What few people know is that marbles are available in grades that ultimately defines its price. Choosing the right grade ensures that your marble remains long lasting across the years.
Two great building materials, marble and neolith. Oh, but how do you choose? How do you know what’s best for your kitchen? Let’s keep it simple, and weigh the benefits of each. Let’s talk about the qualities they’ll bring, and the beauty each offers. Let’s start with marble, a classic.
One of the pricier stones to build with, if you own any marble pieces, odds are, you also have some level of concern about taking care of it over time. Luckily, remaining clueless about marble care is not something set in stone. That said, the following is a list of 7 tips to help you take care of marble and keep it in the best possible condition for the long term.