Basic screen walls , to Commercial Applications
all types of synthetic and real stone.
Pedestrian and vehicular pavers.
"The schedule has been of utmost importance, and Henderson Masonry has maximized their potential on this challenging project through the use of a project specific scaffold system for the 70'+ structural masonry elevator and stair towers, and appropriate manpower to meet the critical interim milestones needed to keep the project on schedule. In short, where Martin Harris needed Henderson Masonry to perform, they did so, and kept the project in good standing. A particular thanks to the field leadership of Matt Hansen and Omar Rosas onsite here."
"We have worked with the professionals from Henderson Masonry for approximately a year and a half on this project, and most closely with masons Richard Hulsey and Bill Richardson. Work performed by them includes very careful cleaning, selective tuck pointing, and repair and replacement of both limestone and terra cotta.
Masonry restoration is a very important part of this job, encompassing all of the exterior and decorative portions inside. We have found all the individuals with Henderson Masonry very professional, highly competent, and of a high level of skill. As a involving historic structures, detailed stone, and terra cotta and brick."
- Mark Ryan
Senior Project Manager
"The original 1912 building included five 60-foot high fireplaces that needed to be demolished because they posed a danger to students. Our masons demolished these fireplaces. They also replaced chipped brick in the interior and on the exterior of the building. They steam cleaned the building using 942 prosoco- a soft water product that prevents effervescence. They repointed joints on the building. and tore down and re-plastered the bottom five feet of plaster. In the attic, they drilled and apoxyed bolts to secure the roof and bring it up to UBC codes."
"Henderson Masonry and CG&B have earned my respect and highest recommendation for their performance on one of the most high profile construction projects in the history of our community."