Mason Blog

January 22, 2018
CT ASLA program O&G 2017

O&G’s Masonry Division Hosts the CT ASLA Wetlands, Greenways, & Pavements program

O&G's Masonry Division Hosts the CT ASLA

February 22, 2018 (snow date March 1) 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Registration and breakfast 8:15) O&G's Masonry Store and Earth Products Showcase 325 Hancock Avenue, Bridgeport, CT

O&G’s Masonry Division will host the CT ASLA Wetlands, Greenways, & Pavements: Connecting Land, Water & People program in a day-long that qualifies for 5.5 AIA/CES learning units. An annual program, the 2018 event celebrates 10-years where education and relationships have formed. O&G is committed to supporting Landscape Architects throughout the region offering innovative programs and excellence in service, year-round. Click here to download the brochure for more information.

Register with the CT ASLA

December 13, 2017
RI NLA

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

November 30, 2017
RIASLA Holiday Party

O&G’s Masonry Division Sponsors the RI ASLA Holiday Party

RI ASLA Holiday Party and Awards Night

December 6, 2017 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM German American Cultural Society 78 Carter Avenue · Pawtucket, Rhode Island

O&G sponsors the RI ASLA Holiday Party

November 22, 2017
sustinable design

Sustainable Design: Three Elements for Success

Enhanced Sustainability in a Project Requires Three Elements for Success The best way to achieve sustainable design is to focus on quality in design, materials, and installation. The increased desire by clients to incorporate sustainable design basics in their projects is encouraging and welcome. Addressing specific features to enhance sustainability in a project’s requires all three elements for its success.