Mason Blog

December 22, 2017
Yale: Sterling Memorial Library

Yale’s Sterling Memorial Library: Stone Restoration

Stone Restoration Restoring the Heart of Yale University Sitting in the heart of Yale’s campus, Sterling Memorial Library towers over its surroundings. The library is brimming with approximately 3,300 stained glass windows and filled with 4 million volumes. Built in the Collegiate Gothic style in 1930, the library resembles a European Gothic cathedral and epitomizes Yale’s beauty. Despite its impressive
December 13, 2017

O&G’s Masonry Division Sponsors the RINLA Winter Conference

RINLA Winter Conference: Innovation

January 24, 2018 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM Crowne Plaza Hotel 801 Greenwich Avenue, Warwick, Rhode Island

O&G's Masonry Division sponsors the Winter Conference for RINLA. The one-day winter conference and trade show will offer members a day to learn from experts in the fields of horticulture, as well as, business. It’s also a great opportunity to meet up with fellow RINLA members to share information and network.

O&G sponsors the RINLA Winter Conference

December 4, 2017
artwork used in article by David Quisenberry

Natural Stone Veneer as an Accent Element

Accent Elements Natural Stone Veneers The builders of the ancient pyramids and temples had the right idea…natural stone veneers are the ideal building material. It is attractive, extremely durable, in abundant supply and just plain desirable. It can bring rustic warmth to a clean, modern composition and can also be fabricated into elements suitable for nearly every building surface. If
December 1, 2017
Yale Rep restoration Brownstone

Yale Repertory Theater: Brownstone Restored

Yale Repertory Theater History Restored with Brownstone Products & Custom Fabrication The historic Brownstone Yale Repertory Theater resides on the site of the former Calvary Baptist Church. Its building was erected in 1846 in the Gothic revival architectural style on a plot of land that was once home to one of the founders of New Haven, CT. The church was