Goshen Stone Landing

Domian Masonry was contracted by a local builder to build a Goshen stone landing for a residence in Amherst, MA. A new footing, grouted concrete block wall and concrete pad were constructed per the architect's blueprint specifications. Once the concrete pad dried, the company laid hand-chiseled Goshen stone to construct the landing, walls and four pillars. The granite at the front of the landing was reused from the existing entrance to the house. Once the stone work was complete, the existing brick walkway was tied in to the new landing.
 

Closeup of landing
Finshed stone work with brick walkway tied in
Footing and block foundation
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