Frazier Masonry mentioned in Stone World magazine

20 Nov 2009

The November issue of Stone World magazine features a story on the Greenspun College of Urban Affairs at UNLV. Frazier Masonry provided structural CMU, brick veneer and mechanically fastened stone veneer services for this high profile, 120,000 square foot project which unifies the UNLV campus design through the use of red and beige sandstone. View this environmentally forward project here. Click here to view article in Stone World magazine.



 Frazier Masonry projects featured in CMU Profiles in Architecture

06 Nov 2009

Two of Frazier Masonry’s recently completed projects are featured in CMU Profiles in Architecture magazine. The October issue highlights CSU Bakersfield’s new 53,000 square-foot, three-story, brick and masonry math and science building. The second Frazier Masonry project featured is the Montclair Police Facility which models sustainable design and a reduced footprint achieved by a unique, stacked and compact plan. View this green project by clicking here. Click here to view CMU Profiles in Architecture.



 Frazier Masonry receives 2009 Concrete Masonry Design Award

28 Sep 2009

Frazier Masonry receives the prestigious 2009 Concrete Masonry Design Award as the Masonry Contractor for the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Recreation and Wellness Center by the Concrete Masonry Association of California and Nevada (CMACN). AECOM Design and Hastings + Chivetta, in strategic partnership, collaborated to design the new recreation center for UNLV. The facility includes a 4-court gymnasium, multi-activity courts, classrooms, a fitness center, multi-purpose meeting rooms, administrative offices, racquetball courts, a jogging track, a bistro, and a natatorium featuring a 24-yard, 6-lane lap pool and separate indoor and outdoor recreation pools. FMC provided structural CMU services for this award winning project, to view the project gallery click here.



 No project is too extreme for Frazier Masonry Corporation

27 Sep 2009

FMC is no stranger to working in remote locations: no challenge is too large, no environment too intense, no condition too extreme. Frazier Masonry is proud to deliver on schedule and with precision, high safety level projects such as the mining facility near Elko, NV. View Frazier Masonry’s latest extreme project by clicking here.



 P-971C Combined Arms-Mout project at MCAGCC completed

26 Sep 2009

The increased population and accelerated growth of cities have made the problems of combat in built-up areas an urgent requirement for the US Army & Marine Corps. That is where MOUT or Military Operations on Urban Terrain comes in. The P-971C Combined Arms-Mout project is designed to simulate a real city that has suffered the effects of war and provides an authentic training ground for troops. This Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) project was built in partnership with Soltek Pacific Construction. The total scope of work includes the Hospital District, Old Town District, East Stadium District and Rubble District and is a great example of the unique & extreme projects that Frazier Masonry is continuously involved in. View FMC’s latest extreme projects by clicking here.



 75 days on site, 296,971 units of block laid

26 Aug 2009

Frazier Masonry Corporation has been busy working on the high profile BEQ Package 1 Pendleton project in Oceanside, CA since June of this year. The scheduled completion date is November 1st, 2009 with work progressing ahead of schedule. The project is part of the US Navy's drive to "Build the Force" which aims to upgrade and improve the living conditions of our troops. The project includes innovative materials and enhanced architectural features. There are three sites altogether with work currently going on a 500 and a 200 room BEQ facility respectively and an additional 200 room facility is scheduled to start November 1st. Frazier is proud to partner with locally based Harper Construction on this colossal project. For the latest images please click here.



 St. Luke's Regional Medical Center - Phase 2 construction starts

22 Jul 2009

Frazier Masonry is completing the Inpatient Tower (Phase 1) of St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center in Twin Falls, ID and beginning construction on the Diagnostic & Treatment Building as part of Phase 2 for this high profile medical building project in Idaho. To view the latest images click here.



 Frazier's work is in full swing on the New Madison High School in Rexburg, ID

02 Jul 2009

Frazier Masonry's work is in full swing on the New Madison High School project in Rexburg, Idaho. To view latest images click here.



 On Schedule at Orem High School

02 Jun 2009

FMC is on schedule at Orem High School in Orem, UT. View the project gallery here.



 Completion of Greenspun Hall Likely to Earn UNLV its First Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Certification

01 Jun 2009

With the recent completion of Greenspun Hall, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas will likely earn its first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Certification. View the Project Gallery here. To view this article from GoStructural.com click here.



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