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Triangle Brick Company Hosts Annual Masonry Contest

Brick Manufacturer to Host Annual Masonry Apprentice Skills Competition for Cash and Tool Prizes in Durham, NC

 

(Durham, N.C. – May 18, 2019) – Triangle Brick Company (TBC), a brick manufacturer, is excited to be hosting this year’s Annual NCMCA Samuel A. McGee Memorial Masonry Apprentice Skills Contest at their Durham, NC headquarters.

The North Carolina Masonry Contractors Association (NCMCA) orchestrates a skills competition every year for...

Brick Trends for 2018

 

The 2018 brick trend colors are in and we are loving the results!

In a news article released by the Brick Industry Association (BIA) earlier this year, the brick color trends for 2018 have been announced. The reported colors in popularity have come from national manufacturers who have listed the most popular produced and...

Sherwin-William’s April Color of the Month

Black Magic SW6991

By: Allison Hayes, Designer

 

 

 

Spring has finally arrived! It is that time of the season to get back outdoors to start that project or plant new flowers in order to refresh the exterior and bring life back into the places we call ‘home sweet home’.

The most fast and inexpensive way to give your house a new look is to paint the front door or shutters. However, one can never go wrong...

2017 Brick in Architecture Awards Competition

The Aston | Washington, D.C.

 

Triangle Brick Company is proud to receive the Best in Class Award from the BIA 2017 Brick in Architecture Awards Competition for the multi-family project, The Aston, located in Washington, D.C.

The Aston uses Triangle Brick’s North Carolina Red Wirecut brick from the Downtown Collection. See below for images taken of this beautiful apartment building.

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2017 Small Project Awards

De Maria Pavilion | Bridgehampton, NY

 

The 2017 Small Project Award has been given to the De Maria Pavilion building in Bridgehampton, NY.

Designed by Gluckman Tang Architects, the De Maria Pavilion building is less than 5,000 sq ft and is one of several construction sculptures along an art walk. 

We love how the black brick gives a modern, industrial feel in the...

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