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In 1925, while working for Luse-Stevenson, Paul heard of a large indoor stadium to be erected at Paulina and Madison Streets in Chicago. This building was to incorporate corkboard as both the roof insulation and as insulation under the proposed artificial ice rink. This project was unique in the fact that in 1925 there were only three other artificial ice rinks in the world, and none came close in size to the proposed Chicago Stadium. In 1995, the stadium was razed, and a remnant of the original cork used was salvaged, click here to view. In 1935, Industrial Products Company was founded by Paul C. Simonini. Now known as Industrial Cork Company, we are Chicagoland’s leader in commercial roofing and cold storage construction.

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