Featured Hardscape Projects
Probably the most beautiful location I've ever worked....except when I cleaned houses in Hawaii.
The Terra Grotto
250 tons of stone helped to create a cave, a waterfall, a harness for a slide, and steps. A taste of a Caribbean resort in upstate New York. Special thanks to Wayne Gundrum and Tim Guimarra. Any yes we set a 12,000lb stone over a finished custom designed swimming pool...picture lifting a fully grown elephant!!
PHOTOS COMING SOON
My son inspired the creation of a gate based on a Shinto torii...go figure. In my research, I mainly found shrines made of wood and after meeting the one and only baseball billionaire (serioulsly Google it!) I decided to be the first to build it out of Goshen stone. Special thanks to Matt White, Tim Guimarra, and the dude who brought these 8 stones home to Kennebunkport.
Love you Keoki!!!!
Located at an independent day school near Atlanta, Georgia, the chapel consists of eight arches made from Adirondack granite and a twenty-seven foot granite tower located at the rear of the building.
Built at a private residence near Williamstown, Ma, the firepit was built to be "stumbled upon" as it is integrated into the existing grade.