6499 Carters Run RdMarshall, VA 20115-2030 Phone/Fax: 540 347-0584Mobile: 540 firstname.lastname@example.org
Formal entrance ways
Long runs of dry stone fence.
Working with the owner to design and guild a two story replica stone grist mill.
Rebuilding most of the stone foundation, and complete rebuild of the chimney on John Marshall's 18th century boyhood home using clay, sand, and lime putty mortar originally built in 1763-1764.
Studying and working on Yew Hill, originally built in 1760.
Rebuilding a smokeless blacksmith forge and stone foundation at Weston with lime putty mortar.
Stone repairs on grist mill at Stratford Hall.
Being involved with research and some stabilization with Crest Hill Stonework on the Beverly/Chapman Mill.
Building Masonry stoves with bake ovens
English style Humpback Bridge
Restoring a two story stone kitchen with an eight foot wide fireplace and a large stone smoke house.
Ashby Masonry Inc. has had the incredible opportunity to work on some very unique projects. A few are:
Building a prototype
18th century reverberating furnace for melting bronze with the
Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.