Masonry Construction Project Of The Year

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Simon Hall at Indiana University

Simon Hall at Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. More

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ZMBRT House

Single family private residence sited along a steep hillside in Kentucky, overlooking downtown Cincinnati and the Ohio River valley. The 4800 SF modern home is formally subdivided in "wings" of space focusing on critical site views and organized by the public, private, and utilitarian functions of the owners. More

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West Wood High School

The design team of this 340,000 sq. ft. high school chose the EnduraMax More

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Jim Hogan - Waterford Stone Project

There were multiple factors that encouraged our customer to select Waterford Stone for this project. The product offers a natural appearance, design flexibility, as well as significant cost savings. Many local builders have selected Waterford Stone for their projects after seeing this home. More

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Virtua Replacement Hospital - West Bedtower

New hospital building using conventional CMU interior wall construction, exterior decorative ground face veneer and the first thin calcium silicate stone pressure equalized open rainscreen facade. More

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Tivoli Village at Queensridge

Tivoli Village is a mixed use commercial, retail, and residential development in Summerlin, overlooking the Las Vegas Strip. The center features a unique mix of retailers ranging from luxury brands to one-of-a-kind boutiques and restaurants. The design concept was to achieve the look and feel of an Italian Renaissance Village. More

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The Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts

The Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts was completed November of 2012. The exterior of the 160,000SF facility was comprised of Indiana limestone, architectural precast, granite, and CMU; the stone compilation ranged from 10lbs-7 tons. The major aesthetic masonry was Indiana limestone; the secondary was architectural precast and granite. More

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The End of the Road

The addition to and renovation of this 1930's brick residence at the end of a public road in Bethesda, MD was completed for a newspaper editor, a journalist, and their two daughters. While primarily serving as the owners' private home, the new residence also needed to accommodate guests during large public receptions. More

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Texas A&M San Antonio Multi Purpose Building

A combination of brick and sandstone was used on the exterior of the first facility to be built on the Texas A & M San Antonio Campus. The arcades are supported with true masonry arches. Special shape brick was used throughout the column window surround and paraphet pediments. Not seen in today's modern projects in the use of the jack Brick arches installed over the window openings. More

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Surfside Residence

This is a single family residence located 150 ft. from the Atlantic Ocean in Bridgehampton, NY. The house was designed to look like it is sitting on a stone plinth which protects the house from the Ocean. The stone seamlessly from the exterior to interior of the house to connect it to it's surrounding site. More

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