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Village at Meridian Mall, ID

Masonry is a Tough business. Just the kind of no-excuse people I like. They are the epitome of the “Made In USA” brand. These people in the trades have never been more important to all of us than they are right now.     Cast Stone requires a lot of collaborative effort  between trades and […]

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Can You See The Signs

We produced stone for the Life Sciences Building on the University of North Texas Denton campus. We built the main entry for the building, including the curved sign above the door, and a sculpted sign for the plaza at the corner. The entry has several parts to it, The curved banding that caps the brick […]

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The Hero Lives On (and plays a mean round of golf)

You never know, I guess little boys reside in us forever. As an adult I might not so willingly admit how many episodes, much less reruns of the TV program Hercules I’ve seen. You never in a million years think you will meet him in person much less spend the day with him playing golf. […]

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A classic style, all in cast stone

This is a project we producted stone for many years ago, but we just received some photos we wanted to share with everyone. This home is 100% stone, top to bottom. It has a paneling pattern often used in Italianate and other architectural styles architecture. It creates an impression of horizontal bands and surrounds on […]

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Borden Dairy Factory - Cast Stone Sign

We produce many types of signage. For Borden we produced custom art that was cast into the tooling, so it came out in relief, with lettering sandblasted into the panel, then all was painted. The sign is complete, and ready for packing and shipping The sign was installed at their front factory entrance. The artwork, […]

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Spirit of the West, Cast in Stone - Pt 1

This Ranger sign we did for NWOSU (North Western Oklahoma State University) was a special piece of work, all of our communal skills used in one fairly small unit. The college mascot already had a design, and at least one statue prominently displayed on campus. This would sit at the street in front of the […]

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Flashing Article from Masonry Magazine

Flashing – Roof/Wall Intersection BY BRYAN LIGHT Masonry Magazine February 2015, Pg 22 – Reprinted from http://www.masonrymagazine.com/flashing-roofwall-intersections/ Figure 1 As the technical services manager of the Brick Industry Association (BIA) in the Southeast region, one facet of my responsibility is to conduct jobsite investigations on both commercial and residential masonry installations when something goes awry. […]

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We heard this from a new customer of ours. We have working with them during the early phases of designing this project. From: RJ MACHACEK Subject: Thanks for your help I want to thank you again for helping us cast a vision for the Via Dolorosa. I believe your were key in helping us see […]

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From Richard Carey Subject: Red cross contact To: Gail J. McGovern President American Red Cross Yes Mam, If I may for a moment distract you? Over coffee this morning I made a few comments about a recent experience I had with the Red Cross. My friend Shep Hoffman asks that I contact you and I […]

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