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56 Top Masonry Contractors in the US in 2024

There are two main types of masonry—solid masonry (brick construction) and decorative masonry (like faux stone finishes). Masonry contractors are responsible for both the solid structures and finishing touches of our offices, stadiums, churches, homes, shopping plazas, parking structures, stairs, walkways, you name it. 

As a whole, masonry is an expansive and vital segment within the greater construction industry, generating $33 billion in annual revenue, according to IBISWorld. However, it has been experiencing a slow decline in recent years and faced its largest drop yet in 2023. This decline can be attributed to higher material costs for brick and stone compared to other building materials as well as the labor-intensive nature of masonry projects, leading to higher project fees.

Top 56 Masonry Contractors

There are more than 230,000 masonry contractors in the country, according to the US Census, and nearly 95,000 masonry businesses. With so many options, it can be challenging to find the best masonry contractors in your area. However, we recently sorted through the lists of 700 masonry contractors provided by Mason Contractors of America, Engineering-News Record, and General Contractors Magazine to identify the top performers. As a result, we found 56 top masonry contractors in the US, each generating more than $15 million in annual revenue.



Action Masonry Construction, LLC

Cumming, GA

Affiliated Contstruction, LLC

Waipahu, HI

Atlantics Restoration & Waterproofing, Inc.    

Beltsville, MD

B&M Masonry

Marietta, GA

Brazos Masonry Inc.

Waco, TX

Brodie Contractors Inc.

Raleigh, NC

Bulley & Andrews

Chicago, IL

CA Lindman

Jessup, MD

Calvert Masonry

Manassas, VA

Camarata Masonry Systems, Ltd.

Houston, TX

City Masonry, LLC

Tomball, TX

Davidson Masonry

Salem, OR

Dee Brown Inc.

Garland, TX

Diversified Builder Supply, Inc.

Chandler AZ

DMG Masonry

Arlington, TX

DRP Masonry

Monroe, LA

Fairweather Masonry

Bellevue, WA

First Choice Masonry

Washington, D.C.

Frank S. Smith Masonry

Pomona, CA

Galindo & Boyd Wall Systems

Mesquite, TX

Gates Construction Company

Mooresville, NC

Greenwood Industries Inc.

Worcester, MA

Griffin Masonry

Mint Hill, NC

Harris Masonry

Bridgeville, PA

Hirschi Masonry, LLC

North Las Vegas, NV

IMS Masonry Inc

Lindon, UT

J.D. Long Masonry of VA, Inc.

Manassas, VA

J&E Companies

Grand Prairie, TX

JH Kelly Llc

Longview, WA

John J. Smith Masonry

St. Louis, MO

Kraemer Brothers

Plain, WI

Langlois Construction

Baton Rouge, LA

Leonard Masonry Acquisitions, LLC

Hazelwood, MO

Llano Masonry

Lubbock, TX

Manganaro Corporation

Beltsville, MD

Masonry Builders Inc.

Tampa, FL

Masonry Incorporated

Tallahassee, FL

McGee Brothers

Monroe, NC

Merit Construction

Knoxville, TN

MH Masonry, Inc.

Lynchburg, VA

Mid-Continental Restoration Co. Inc.

Fort Scott, KS

Northland Concrete & Masonry Co. Llc             

Shakopee, MN

Otto Baum Co. Inc.

Morton, IL

Phaze Concrete

Cedar City, UT

Pyramid Masonry Contractors, Inc.

Decatur, GA

Rising Sun Construction

South River, NJ

Ron Kendall Masonry, Inc.

West Palm Beach, FL

Seedorff Masonry Inc.

Strawberry Point, IA

Shadrock & Williams

Helotes, TX

Skinner Masonry

Mesquite, TX

Sun Valley Masonry Inc.

Phoenix, AZ

Telligent Masonry Llc

Rockville, MD

The Witmer Group

Mount Joy, PA

Wasco Masonry

Nashville, TN

Western Specialty Contractors

St. Louis, MO

Wilks Masonry

Forth Worth, TX

10 Masonry Contractors Leading the Industry

Ten masonry contractors on this list have been recognized by both ENR as one of the top 20 masonry firms on their 2023 Top 600 Specialty Contractors list and GC Magazine’s Best Masonry Contractors. This is quite an accomplishment. Considering their annual revenue figures exceed $20 million in an industry that is declining, these contractors are certainly worth keeping an eye on.

1. Western Specialty Contractors

Headquarters: St. Louis, MO

Revenue: $112.3 million

Company Size: 1,000+ employees

Western Specialty Contractors is a third-generation family-owned business that’s been around for over 100 years. As the largest masonry contractor in the US, it boasts 30 offices, more than 1,000 employees, and well over $100 million in annual revenue. 

Western is best known for its building restoration work. Service lines span masonry restoration, concrete restoration, waterproofing, and facades. It restores, preserves, and maintains buildings of all types, including historic and religious buildings, government and industrial buildings, financial buildings, hospitality buildings, healthcare buildings, and more.  

Learn more on Western Specialty Contractors’ website

2. Sun Valley Masonry

Headquarters: Phoenix, AZ

Revenue: $89.3 million

Company Size: 450+ employees

Sun Valley Masonry has been delivering award-winning masonry work since 1977. Its first office was in a private residence in Phoenix—otherwise known as the Valley of the Sun. Arizona is still its base, but the company did branch out to Stillwater, Oklahoma, in 2015.  

Sun Valley’s masonry work can be seen in dozens of noteworthy stadiums, medical centers, cathedrals, and hotels throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area. Projects include brick, block, adhered and mechanically-anchored stone, concrete, tile, architectural precast, and tilt panel construction.

Learn more on Sun Valley Masonry’s website.

3. Northland Concrete & Masonry Co.

Headquarters: Shakopee, MN

Revenue: $86.3 million

Company Size: 100 to 250 employees

Northland Concrete & Masonry Co (NCM) launched in 1964. The company changed ownership in 2013. NCM’s revenue is impressive for the company's size—just one location and fewer than 100 employees. 

Since Doug Schieffer bought the business, he’s focused on three things:

  1. hiring the best talent the industry has to offer,
  2. increasing productivity, and
  3. ensuring safety. 

The team claims no project is too big or too small. And they take great pride in their detailed estimating, planning, and project management processes.

Learn more on Northland Concrete & Masonry’s website.

4. IMS Masonry

Headquarters: Lindon, UT

Revenue: $84.8 million

Company Size: Approx. 200 employees

IMS Masonry is one of the western US's largest (and safest) masonry contractors. It sits in the #4 spot on ENR’s Top Masonry Contractors list and is also among the top 3% of US contractors regarding safety. Despite having just one office in Utah, IMS has completed a wide range of projects all over the US.

IMS specializes in traditional and advanced masonry applications. It installs over one million feet of brick, block, stone, structural, and veneer annually. Clients also turn to this top masonry contractor for insulated concrete forms (ICF), precast facades, glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC), architectural cladding, paving, flooring, and water features.

Learn more on IMS Masonry’s website.

5. Brazos Masonry

Headquarters: Waco, TX

Revenue: $42.4 million

Company Size: Approx. 50 employees

Brazos Masonry is one of the top commercial masonry contractors in the US. It was founded in 1989 by Mackie Bounds, James Clay, and Walter Dossett. Bounds is still the CEO today. Headquartered in Texas, Brazos has worked on schools, government buildings, hotels, and medical centers across the state. 

Unlike most other contractors on this list, Brazos only does masonry work. It refers to masonry as “the most durable, beautiful, and time-honored building material known to mankind.” The company touts a deep commitment to safety, quality, and service. 

Learn more on Brazos Masonry’s website.

6. Mid-Continental Restoration Co. Inc.

Headquarters: Fort Scott, Kansas

Revenue: $36 million

Company Size: 270 employees

Mid-Continental Restoration (MCR) is an employee-owned restoration and masonry contractor that’s been around for 75 years. It was originally founded as a church painting company in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, in 1946 and didn’t become Mid-Continental until 1980.   

MCR provides historic preservation and restoration, remedial building repairs, waterproofing, and concrete repair across 22 states. Its projects include historic properties, government facilities, religious institutions, schools, medical facilities, hospitality, commercial, and multi-family buildings.

Learn more on Mid-Continental Restoration’s website.

7. The Witmer Group

Headquarters: Mount Joy, PA

Revenue: $30.9 million

Company Size: 100+ employees

The Witmer Group is one of the premier specialty contractors in the Northeast. It has a 50+ year reputation for high standards. With offices in Pennsylvania and Maryland, Witmer also serves Delaware, New Jersey, and Virginia. 

Witmer specializes in projects with intricate masonry designs. Services include restoration, waterproofing, sealants, air/vapor barrier systems, coatings, and new masonry. The company is well-known for excellent craftsmanship on large complex commercial, educational, and institutional buildings. 

Learn more on The Witmer Group’s website.

8. John J. Smith Masonry

Headquarters: St. Louis, MO

Revenue: $29.7 million

Company Size: 100+ employees

John J. Smith Masonry is a third-generation family-run masonry contractor. Founded in 1977 in John J. Smith Sr.’s basement, the company is one of the ten biggest masonry contractors in the US. 

Smith Masonry employs 60 bricklayers that provide brick, block, stone, landscaping, and hardscaping services. Their work can be seen on commercial, industrial, and institutional buildings throughout the Midwest. Smith prides itself on delivering “the artistry of a small boutique and the capabilities of a large corporation.” Its client roster includes major brands 

like AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Anheuser Busch, and St. Louis Cardinals.

Learn more on John J. Smith Masonry’s website.

9. Seedorff Masonry Inc.

Headquarters: Strawberry Point, IA

Revenue: $29.6 million

Company Size: Approx. 100 employees

Seedorff Masonry, Inc. (SMI) is a full-service masonry construction company with over 60 years of experience. Charles W. (Bill) Seedorff started SMI in northeast Iowa in 1957. Today, it has locations in the Quad Cities, Des Moines, and Omaha.

SMI primarily serves the upper Midwest, providing pre-construction, construction, and restoration services. The company also has a deep commitment to providing continuing education, both for its internal team members and the industry as a whole. 

Learn more on Seedorff Masonry’s website.

10. Masonry Builders Inc.

Headquarters: Tampa, FL

Revenue: $20.1 million

Company Size: 100+ employees

Masonry Builders, Inc. is a Florida-based specialty masonry contractor. Fourth-generation masonry contractor Tom Bradley established the company in 1988. In the 35 years since, Masonry Builders has grown to one of the country’s top 20 largest masonry contractors. It serves the entire state of Florida, with concentrations on the west coast and central parts of the state.

While Masonry Builders is best known for its work on large-scale retail spaces, it also specializes in schools, office buildings, hotels, and sporting venues. Award-winning projects include Tampa Stadium, Brandon Town Center, Citrus Park Town Center, Blake High School, Legends Field, and the Marriott Convention Hotel in Tampa.

Learn more on Masonry Builders’ website.

What Every Masonry Contractor Can Learn from These Industry Leaders 

Masonry is no easy business. Material costs are rising. Skilled artisans are retiring. And many builders view masonry as a dying art. How do these top masonry contractors make sure their businesses are set up to thrive?

  • Invest in your team: Your people are your most important asset. The top masonry companies care deeply about their cultures and their team’s safety. They invest in growing their team’s skills and building their futures.
  • Get a grip on your finances: Cash flow is the biggest challenge facing subcontractors. It takes longer to get paid in construction than most industries. If you want your masonry business to thrive, you need a clear picture of what’s going on financially.    
  • Use your resources efficiently: Given the rising cost of your building materials, you can’t afford to waste resources in other areas. Smart processes and the right tech tools can go a long way toward creating efficiency, conserving resources, and giving your team back their time. 

Top trade contractors use Siteline’s construction billing software to get paid up to three weeks faster, so they have more working capital to bid on more projects. They gain greater visibility into A/R and can see which GCs pay the fastest. Plus, Siteline creates efficiencies for the accounting team—allowing them to bill for projects in half the time so that your team can focus on collections instead of assembling pay apps and chasing lien waivers.

If these benefits would make a difference for your business, you can schedule a demo of Siteline here. Stay tuned for more insights that help trade contractors grow.

Co-Founder · Head of Construction Solutions
@ Siteline

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