That which is built by a mason; anything constructed of the materials used by masons, such as stone, brick, tiles, or the like. Dry masonry is applied to structures made without mortar.
A general term covering wall construction using masonry materials such as brick, concrete block, stone, and tile that are set in mortar; also included is stucco. The category does not include concrete panels because concrete panels represent a different method of constructing buildings. Concrete panels are reported separately.
Stonework or brickwork
Stone, brick, concrete, tile, or any other non-organic and non-metallic building material.
Brick, tile, stone, concrete units, etc., or combinations thereof, bonded with mortar. Something constructed using bricks or stones.
Brick, structural clay tile, stone, concrete masonry units, or a combination thereof bonded together with mortar.
A general term applied to structures made of stone, brick, or concrete.
Brickwork, blockwork, and stonework.
Base materials bonded with mortar to form a structure.
Construction materials such as bricks, concrete blocks and stone.
Usually, building work in stone; sometimes the term includes work in brick or concrete.
Anything made of concrete, stone, brick or tile.
Masonry is a surface made of stone, concrete or brick.
Stonework characterised by the use of cut and trimmed stone.
structure built of stone or brick by a mason
Stone, brick, concrete, hollow-tile, concrete block, gypsum block or other similar building materials or a combination of the same bonded together with mortar to form a wall, pier, buttress, or similar mass.
A built-up combination or construction of building units or materials of clay, shale, concrete, glass, gypsum, stone or other similar products bonded together with mortar.
The stucco, stonework, fireplace, chimney and brickwork in a home.
includes all stone products, all brick products and all concrete block units, including decorative and customized blocks.
Originally construction by a mason in stone, but expanded to include brick, concrete block and fibro
refers to building elements consisting of bricks, blocks, or stones. In some contexts, it excludes brickwork.
A construction made of prefabricated masonry units laid in various ways and joined together with mortar.
Construction materials such as stone, brick, concrete block or tile.
Masonry refers to the type of brickwork or blockwork materials used to construct a building, retaining wall, paving or landscaping.
Stone, brick, concrete, hollow-tile, concrete block, or other similar building units or materials. Normally bonded together with mortar to form a wall.
Construction using materials such as tile, brick, cement, stone or similar materials.
Construction of brick, stone, adobe, concrete block, or other material set in mortar.
Mineral-based building material such as cement, mortar, stone, brick, and stucco.
Built up construction, usually a combination of materials set in mortar.
( maçonnerie) stone, brick, concrete, tile, or any other earthen products used in construction.
Walls constructed of brick, block, stone, etc.
Any construction material involving bricks/blocks and mortar or related materials.
Anything constructed of materials such as bricks, concrete blocks, ceramic blocks and concrete.
construction, usually set in mortar, of natural building stone or manufactured units, such as brick, concrete block, adobe, glass block, tile, manufactured stone or gypsum block.
Building with units of various natural or manufactured products, as stone, brick, or concrete block, usually with the use of mortar as a bonding agent.
That form of construction composed of stone, brick, concrete, gypsum, hollow clay tile, concrete block or tile or other similar building units or materials or combination of these materials laid up unit by unit.
An assembly of bricks, blocks or stone held together with mortar in the spaces between the units.
A brick, block, stone or other similar building unit.
General construction term for materials set in mortar, including stone, brick, concrete, tile and glass block.
Construction method using units such as stone, brick, and concrete block which are usually joined with a binding agent such as mortar. Mortar is a mixture of lime and/or pulverized clay (cement) with very fine sand and water. Less often, the units are held in place by their own weight, especially with very large stones. Also includes concrete construction.
Refers to bricks, concrete, or concrete blocks.
Term used when referring to materials set in mortar. (may include stone, brick, concrete, tile and glass block)
The brick or stone work on a building.
Construction made by the laying of units of substantial material such as brick, block and stone.
Brick, tile, stone, block or other material, usually small enough to be handled by one man, that bonds together with mortar to form a permanent structure.
Hand set masonry and granite facings often form part of a cladding project. Typically ground floor facing are left off until towards the end of construction. Wherever possible it is better to prefabricate as much as possible.
WALLS BUILT BY A MASON USING BRICK, STONE, TILE OR SIMILAR MATERIALS.
Anything constructed of the materials used by masons, such as stone, brick, tiles, cement block or other cement or stone like materials.
Brickwork, block work, and stonework.
The art of shaping, arranging and uniting stones in the construction of walls and other parts of buildings.
Construction made from brick, cement block, or stone, which provides structural support as well as a decorative finish.
Any form of stone, brick, concrete block, concrete, or other similar building materials that have been bonded together with mortar to form a structure.
Construction composed of shaped or molded units, usually small enough to be handled by one man and composed of stone, ceramic brick, or tile, concrete, glass, adobe, or the like. The term masonry is sometimes used to designate cast-in-place concrete.
Material such as brick, rock, or stone.
anything constructed of such materials as bricks, stone, concrete blocks, ceramic blocks, or concrete.
An assemblage of masonry units, joined with mortar, grout or other accepted methods.
Art of working stone for buildings. A work of hewn stones.
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Blocks of stone or bricks forming load bearing walls or cladding features to a building.
Masonry is the building of structures from individual units laid in and bound together by mortar. The common materials of masonry construction are brick, stone such as marble, granite, travertine, limestone; concrete block, glass block, and tile. Masonry is generally a highly durable form of construction.