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  • Birch
  • Cedar
  • Ironwood
  • Locust
  • Oak
  • White

About Hand-Crafted

Our Hand-Crafted block standard masonry units are reminiscent of the rock-faced Richardsonian-Romanesque style of masonry which gained popularity in the late 1800’s. This timeless Old World architectural aesthetic is still in demand today.

Created to meet this demand with a highly durable environmentally-friendly alternative, the textured face of Echelon’s Hand Crafted blocks allows sunlight and shadows to dance across a building’s façade to create an ever-changing and highly appealing architectural finish.

Product Details

  • Highly durable standard masonry block
  • May be integrally colored
  • Timeless old word aesthetic
  • May include water repellant admixtures for moisture management
  • Available in multiple shapes and sizes
  • Manufactured locally
  • Ask about ability to add pre-consumer recycled content

Continuing Education

Continue to develop your skill set and learn about the latest innovations in your field while earning CEU credits for Masonry & Architecture

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Lunch and Learn

IECC Energy Review and Masonry Compliance Options (LU/HSW)

CEU Credits: 1 LU | HSW

The International Energy Construction Code is leading the charge for increasingly stringent energy code requirements across the nation, requiring ongoing adaptation of design strategies. 

Lunch and Learn

Green Building Design with Concrete Masonry Units (LU/HSW)

CEU Credits: 1 LU | HSW

Green building strategies – in accordance with or independent of LEED standards – continue to rise in importance across all building types.

Lunch and Learn

Modern Masonry: Fire Protection and Enhanced Performance

CEU Credits: 1 LU | HSW

The recent string of large construction fires across the US has cost billions of dollars in damages to job sites and nearby structures.