Chicago Masonry Construction, Inc.

Elmhurst, Illinois 60126
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Our Story

Chicago Masonry Construction, Inc. is a subcontracting firm specializing in all facets of masonry, E.I.F.S./stucco and caulking. We were incorporated on August 19, 1996 in the State of Illinois.

Chicago Masonry Construction, Inc. is a full service masonry, E.I.F.S./stucco and caulking contractor serving architects, construction managers, condominium associations, developers, general contractors, homeowners and private and public institutions. Our projects range in size from several thousand dollars to well over one million dollars.

Our Spartan beginning was a shared office space of approximately 100 square feet. From that humble beginning we moved to a new office space in Elk Grove Village, Illinois in February 1998. In December 2001, Chicago Masonry Construction, Inc. moved to our current headquarters in Elmhurst, Illinois.

Our current office team consists of six professionals with a lifetime of experience in the masonry, E.I.F.S./stucco and caulking field dedicated to providing quality service and workmanship.

What We Do

Products and Services

Blue Book Network Classifications

Commercial Construction Project Specializations

Bank
Club House / Community Center
Design Build
Fire / Police Station
Fitness Center
Gas Station
Hospital / Nursing Home
Industrial Maintenance
Medical Office
Mixed Use
Parking Garage
Single Family Residential
Storage Facility / Warehouse
Theater
Tract Housing

Company Information

Year Established:
1996
Bondable:
YES
Labor Affiliation:
Non-Union Prevailing Wages (Davis-Bacon)
Annual Volume:
$3 million - $6 million
Company Size:
50-99 Employees
Service Sector:
Public Private
Typical Project Size:
From $100,000 to $1,000,000
Project Types:
New
Alterations/Renovations

Associations & Memberships

Associated Builders and Contractors
Illinois Chapter
BBB (Better Business Bureau) A+ Rating
EIMA (EIFS Industry Members Assn.)
MCAA (Mason Contractors Assn. of America)
OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration)

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