Each of TERREAL Façade’s manufacturing facilities in France, Italy, Spain, Portugal and the U.S. has its own architectural vision and brings its own expertise to the TERREAL Group. There is a wide range of colors and shapes to fit all design ideas.
- The TERREAL plant in Revel (Hatue-Garonne, France) benefits from its proximity to the Saint-Papoul quarry, from where most of the clay used in the manufacturing of its cladding products come. All products from Revel are covered by a French technical standard and subject to the “CSTB Certified” certification (administered by the CSTB, the French construction industry’s scientific and technical center). This document defines the product, its processes, its characteristics and its method of use. The CSTB and its commission of experts, ensures that the products we manufacture always conform to the technical standards.
- The TERREAL plant in Entroncamento is a modern factory in Portugal specializing in large module cladding products. It boasts the latest manufacturing processes which provide great flexibility and extensive production capacity, enabling it to produce custom products. Custom products at this facility can include custom thru-body colors, special surface finishes, custom glazes, custom shapes and large sizes/modules.
- The Rieussequel plant in the Tarn region of France, specializes in producing bricks, brick slips, brick accessories and sunscreen terra cotta baguettes. All products produced in the Rieussequel facility comply with aesthetic, geometric characteristics (dimensions, flatness and straightness), physical and chemical properties (conventional expansion under humidity, frost resistance and breaking under deflection) as defined by current French standards.
- The San Marco brand and products are produced in three facilities in Italy. San Marco offers complete terra cotta products for the entire building including floors, walls, and the roof. San Marco uses traditional production methods and modern manufacturing technologies to find innovative and original ways to use clay in the production of cladding products.