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WINERIES

Serving the San Francisco Bay Area for over 30 years

Shannon Masonry Construction, Inc provides structural and decorative masonry services for a range of commercial construction projects. We work with all styles of CMU, in all phases of construction. From foundations and stone veneers to brickwork and Rumford boxes, we deliver quality workmanship and reliability at a reasonable cost.

With over 20 years of experience in commercial construction, Shannon Masonry Construction, Inc ensures quality by rigorously training our team, overseeing all projects with hands-on, daily site management and paying strict attention to detail. Teamwork with our clients is essential and we keep communication open every step of the way. We stay on time, on plan and on budget.

Shannon Masonry Construction, Inc strives to develop lasting relationships with our clients based on trust, efficiency and quality. We aim to be your commercial masonry contractor of choice. Your satisfaction is guaranteed.

Winery masonry services include:

• Structural and decorative

• All styles of CMU

• Stonework, all phases including cultured stone, veneers, facades, retaining walls, paving

• Brickwork, all phases

• Fireplaces, specializing in Rumford boxes

• Keystone walls

• Sustainable, “green” construction

View our Wineries Portfolio below or click here to Contact Us to discuss your masonry project needs.

Do you have a masonry project that you would like to discuss?

Feel free to contact us so we can talk more at length about your project. We can then discuss your needs, timeline, and your budget. Send us an inquiry and we will get back to you as soon as we can!

SHANNON MASONRY CONSTRUCTION, INC.

525 College Ave., #115
Santa Rosa, California 95404

Phone: (707) 544-6266
Fax: (707) 544-6566
Business Hours: 7:00am – 5:30pm M-F

CSLB: 548373    DIR: 1000007113

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