Commercial masonry isn’t limited to just constructing buildings out of brick and stone – though that’s certainly a big part of it. We’ve done masonry projects for some great Maryland institutions that have nothing to do with their actual buildings, but are more focused on free standing structures. Choosing to have one of these structures built can add a great piece of interest to your commercial property. Instead of just having a typical welcome sign or standalone statue, you can do something really great with a masonry project. It’ll make your office building or company look more professional and add a bit of branding to your place of business, among other great advantages. Check out some of the projects that we’ve done that might help you get idea for a future masonry project.
- Entrance Monument – A couple of our favorite projects were for Maple Lawn Development and John Hopkins Baltimore campus. We constructed masonry welcome monuments so that one of the first things that people see upon arrival is a pristine brick structure with a plaque to welcome them to the campus. This is great for companies who want to add a little bit of professionalism. We can help you design an entrance monument with brick or stone that will stand out.
- Wall of Fame – Have you seen the Ravens wall of fame at M&T Bank Stadium? It’s something that we worked with the Ravens to design out of brick, stone, and granite. It’s a permanent wall of fame that is classy and represents the strength of Baltimore pride. Most companies do an employee of the month or something similar. Why not erect a permanent monument to the people that you honor in your company?
- Monument – The Towson Courthouse is one of our best projects. We used granite and pavers to add on a bench and walls around an already beautiful stone monument so that people can enjoy the expert masonry that went into creating the police monument outside of the Towson Court House. Monuments are created to remember someone or something; why not remember them with a permanent fixture? Granite and natural stone make great masonry materials for monuments.
Your masonry project options are nearly unlimited, but these are some of our favorites and some that can give your building or campus a great facelift! To find out more about your masonry options, please contact our office today at 410-683-0650 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org. We serve Baltimore City, County, Harford County, Carroll County, Anne Arundel County, and Howard County. Keep up with our blog for masonry related information, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.