The design team from Street Dixon Rick Architecture, from Nashville, is responsible for the fantastic and unique brick veneer you see in the photo above.
There were over 75,000 of the Blair Blend utility size field brick used on this project and over 8,500 of the Dove Gray utility size accent brick.
That amounts to almost 28,000 SF of brick laid by Shaw & Jones Masonry of Brentwood (TN) and supplied by Southland Brick and Block’s Murfreesboro (TN) location.
The general contractor on the project was American Constructors, of Nashville.
Another unique design feature that I’ve rarely seen, but really like is this radiused section which adds depth and shadows to a long, straight wall.
Here’s a photo that shows how the designers at Street Dixon Rick Architecture used brick columns, tall, narrow windows and louvers to take the end of the building a make it a focal point. It also appears that the relief angles and expansion joints were well thought out ahead of time and installed properly by the masonry contractor, Shaw & Jones Masonry.
Southland Brick and Block appreciates the design team from Street Dixon Rick selecting our products and thanks Shaw & Jones for working with us.
For more information on using masonry materials from Sioux City Brick and Acme Brick on your next building project, contact or stop by the nearest Southland Brick and Block location today.