Beast Wall

I visited the Beat Wall project recently, showing it to a potential client. I like to take people to see old projects because I think it gives them a better sense of what their stone work will actually look and feel like. It’s a more complete presentation than just pictures in the portfolio or a visit to the stone yard, where all the materials are stacked up on pallets or bundled together in shrink wrap.

This is all laid dry and supports a parking area

If you really look at it, you can see the staircase in the face of Beast Wall, though it almost disappears into the same plane in this photo

Salvaged granite oak leaf set in landing at the top of the steps

Made of stone found on the site, which was clearly salvaged from old Asheville walls