Gostomsky Masonry LLC
Building A Better Future

Gostomsky Masonry was built on excellence by integrity, competence, and team leadership. Our team developed excellent skills through education, on the job training, and skill competencies through the apprenticeship program of 4 years through the organization of Local 22 Bricklayers and Trowel Trades. Learn more…


Gostomsky Masonry provides award-winning service, integrity, and craftsmanship that clients recommend, general contractors select for their clients, and make employees proud.


Recent Projects

  • Alter High School Christine Connor & Fred J. Miller Conservatory of the Arts

    Christine Connor & Fred J. Miller Conservatory of the Arts/Alter HS


    Set to be completed in May 2018, the $4.3 million Christine Connor & Fred J. Miller Conservatory of the Arts is a ground-up addition to Alter High School’s existing footprint. The addition includes a dedicated theater space, a large instrumental room, visual art studios and additional classroom space. Structural CMU shell with brick veneer exterior.

    Kettering, OH

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  • Lebanon Correctional Institution


    8,313 square feet of new & renovation work at the Lebanon Correctional Institution—a multi-million-dollar project that had to be completed in a tight timeline under very strict security. Work included laying block for a new 1,200 square foot, standalone Armory and 4,443 square feet of renovations and 2,670 sq ft of additions to the Institution’s administration area. Strict security and only one available entrance is very challenging for the crew. They make sure to count and track every tool and piece of equipment at the beginning and the end of the day to ensure optimum security compliance. Work is expected to be complete by the end of Spring 2018.

    Lebanon, OH

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  • Kettering Fairmont High School Auditorium

    Kettering Fairmont High School Auditorium


    Kettering Fairmont High School is home to approximately 2,500 students, making it the 6th largest high school in Ohio. Soon it will also be home to a new $10 million auditorium. The new building’s 50-foot facade Gostomsky Masonry is constructing will provide a higher ceiling for “fly space” which is a “huge deal” for the theater program. It allows the scenery to be shifted up and down during a performance. The existing auditorium is about 11,200-square-feet, including the lobby. The new auditorium will be 19,200-square-feet. The size of the stage will increase to 4,800-square-feet, up from 3,000. An October 2018 completion date is expected.

    Kettering, OH

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  • Greene County Combined Health District

    Greene County Combined Health District


    This new $6 million facility will replace a 42-year-old structure that was built following the 1974 tornado that passed through Xenia. Construction of the new 28,000 ft sq. two-story health district building, began in June 2017 and is slated for occupancy in Spring 2018. The new building solves several issues including poor air quality, cramped quarters for a staff that has doubled since the building was constructed, and a leaky roof. The Gostomsky Team is providing all exterior masonry work. The Greene County Combined Health District provides a variety of services for its estimated 162,000 residents, including HIV testing, Women Infants and Children program, restaurant health inspections as well as maintaining birth and death certificate records.

    Xenia, OH

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  • West Carrollton Branch Library

    West Carrollton Branch Library


    Dayton Metro Library’s countywide improvement project continues with the West Carrollton Branch Library The project expands the Library from 10,000 to 15,000 square feet, while remaining connected to the Civic Center. Features of the new Library include a Quiet Reading Room, a large Community Room and Group Study Rooms, a fireplace and dedicated spaces for Children and Teens. The project is part of Libraries for a Smarter Future, the systemwide facilities improvement project made possible by Montgomery County voter support of a $187 million bond issue in 2012. The Gostomsky Masonry team completed all exterior masonry, ensuring visual cohesion for the updated design. The library will reopen Fall 2018.

    West Carrollton, OH

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Client Testimonials

A few words from our happy clients

  • We have worked with Gostomsky Masonry on several projects the last several years. One of those projects required very specialized masonry work and we were very impressed with the quality and skill level of their work. I would recommend Gostomsky Masonry on any upcoming project large or small.
    ~ Jon Stafford, President, Staffco Construction, Inc., Fairborn, OH
  • Matt and the crew at Gostomsky Masonry do a great job….they are competitively priced, easy to work with and have a keen eye for detail. I appreciate seeing a Gostomsky Truck pulling up to my job site. I know that the masonry work will be done right, the first time. I would highly recommend this outfit for all of your local masonry needs.
    ~ Matt Gray, Director of Construction, LevelMB, Troy, OH

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