Coursed Rubble Masonry

Coursed Rubble Masonry Coursed Rubble Masonry is the form of masonry which is commonly adopted in the construction of residential buildings public buildings, piers and...

Ashlar Chamfered Masonry

Ashlar Chamfered Masonry This masonry is similar to the one described above with the only difference that the edges around the exposed faces of stone...

Ashlar Fine Masonry

Ashlar Fine Masonry In Ashlar Fine Masonry, all the stones are fine tooled, on all bed and side joints, and the faces are rendered perfectly...

Random Rubble Masonry

Random Rubble Masonry Random Rubble Masonry is slightly superior to uncoursed rubble masonry. In this form the stones used in the work are hammer or...

Uncoursed Rubble Masonry

Uncoursed Rubble Masonry Uncoursed Rubble Masonry is the poorest form of stone masonry. The stones to be used for the work are directly obtained from...