Environmental StoneWorks expands in Washington

The stone veneer manufacturer has acquired VanWell Masonry.

BY HBSDealer Staff

Environmental StoneWorks, the manufacturer and installer of stone veneer, has acquired VanWell Masonry based in Snohomish, Wash.

VanWell Masonry has provided the Northwest with masonry installation for 25 years. The acquisition expands Environmental StoneWorks installation capabilities while cementing its position as a top stone veneer manufacturer and installer nationwide.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

“VanWell Masonry has a well-earned, stellar reputation for covering the Puget Sound region with a broad range of masonry installation and services,” said Charles Stein, president and CEO of Environmental StoneWorks. “Expanding the Environmental StoneWorks footprint into the Northwest solidifies our position as the only national turnkey manufacturer and installer of stone and brick veneer.”

“Our extensive masonry offering, combined with the deep knowledge of our personnel, gives us the expertise to see all customer projects through to a successful completion,” added Mark VanWell, president of VanWell Masonry. “The Environmental StoneWorks ‘one-stop shop’ belief system is a perfect match for us: as part of their national brand, we will continue to expand our services, reach, and customer commitment across the Pacific Northwest.”

VanWell Masonry is a full-service masonry company specializing in commercial masonry for multi-use and multi-family buildings, with much of their work located in Western Washington and Oregon. The combined entity will continue to service the region.

Based in Denver, Colo., Environmental StoneWorks offers a turnkey business model including sales leaders, project managers, and tested safety programs. The company’s product design, manufacturing, installation, and warranty support are housed under one roof, creating a “start to finish” customer-focused structure.



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