Robinson Masonry Ltd. is a 4th generation family owned and operated masonry company located in Kamloops, BC that specializes in high end residential and commercial construction.
Dave Robinson established Robinson Masonry in Kamloops in 1984 after working as an assistant mason alongside his father-in law, Salvatore Corea for 15 years. Dave was known as one of the hardest working trades on the jobsite, and was quick to earn a reputation as a skilled tradesman and humble professional. Inheriting their father’s dedication and commitment to quality craftsmanship, Dave’s two sons, Ryan and Daniel joined the company in 2002.
Together, the Robinsons have been involved in a number of notable residential and commercial projects in Kamloops and it’s surrounding areas including: Landmark One and Two for Culos Development Group, The Residence at Orchards Walk for Orchards Walk Development and have been consistently called upon by Acres Enterprises Ltd. and the City of Kamloops to maintain the brick and block construction of it’s public buildings.
Along with several luxury residential builds for builder/developer A&T Project Developments, Mettler Construction and a custom home for the Stump Lake Ranch built entirely out of full thickness stone which earned them a Keystone Award for Best Sub Trade in 2009, Robinson Masonry has worked tirelessly to provide our clients with an unparalleled project experience. In February 2018, the Canadian Homebuilders Association Central Interior awarded us our second Keystone Award for Best Sub Trade which recognizes excellence in our industry.
Throughout our 30-year history in the Kamloops construction industry, Robinson Masonry has earned a strong reputation as skilled tradesman who can consistently deliver under project deadlines and work well alongside other trades. Ryan, Dan and the rest of our qualified crew members work with the same dedication to quality craftmanship that our company was founded on.
Volunteer & Community Service:
Kamloops Y Dream Home, 2009-2015
Thompson Rivers University, Trowel Trades Program