After sustained apprenticeships at several of Maine's best masonry companies, owner Jamie Hanlon started Hanlon Stone in 2006.
Maine’s geology, and the appreciation that locals and summer folks share for well-made masonry, have combined to foster a particularly rich tradition of stone masonry. Our work is deeply rooted in New England culture. Every piece of stonework I create is in dialogue with a long, rich tradition.
Stone has always been used to define space, and mark paths. Walls beautify boundaries, pathways lead our eyes and our steps to thresholds, chimneys are the center of our homes. Recognizing its purpose, and having broad and deep connection the medium, Hanlon Stone offers guidance in how best to achieve the home owner's vision with the materials at hand.
Hanlon Stone is owner-operated, ensuring clients have maximum access and accountability as they work with Jamie and crew to realize their vision. We are dedicated to the furthering of masonry as craft, training the next generation of stone masons. We source local stone which shapes, and is shaped by Maine’s landscape. Our work looks like it belongs, and distinguishes the landscapes it marks, while achieving the impression that it has always been there. In a way, it has.