Marshalls Bricks and Masonry (formerly GreconUK)
Formerly known as Grecon and Edenhall, Marshalls Bricks and Masonry is the brand identity given to the cast stone facilities within Marshalls.
With over 60 years of unparalleled experience, Marshalls is a leading UK supplier of sustainable concrete products for the construction industry.
From blocks, utility bricks and facing bricks, to walling stone and cast stone, they offer a variety of manufactured products in multiple finishes and colours to suit all building and aesthetic requirements.
Their unique combination of quality products, process and customer support means Marshalls can satisfy your precise requirements with a simple, versatile and cost-effective solutions package, delivering nationwide through their nine manufacturing facilities.
Marshalls offer a full range of standard architectural cast stone elements which include:
- Quoins and Ashlar
- String and plinth courses
- Door surrounds
- Window surrounds
- High-quality porticos
Alongside these, Marshalls Bricks and Masonry also offer a totally bespoke service, where items are manufactured to your own specific requirements.
Marshalls highly experienced technical teams are always on hand to discuss your specific project requirements, and are happy to advise you on the best product option to match your individual needs. So whether your architectural style requirements are contemporary or period, Marshalls Bricks and Masonry offer a real alternative to quarried stone such as Portland or Bath stone.
As a company they work to ensure that all of their customer’s needs are met, by managing each inquiry and order with a personal and back-up service that includes working drawings and detailing, technical support, flexible deliveries to meet individual building programmes, and an after sales service which is second to none. Marshalls Bricks and Masonry are proud of the fact that their architectural cast stone features on projects right across the country, from prestigious housing developments to multi-story office blocks, retail parks to care homes, and even town centre developments in sensitive conservation areas.