High Rise Façade Repairs
Masonry Restoration & Preservation
Concrete Repairs & Restoration
Specialty General Contracting
We are excited to officially launch our new and refreshed website. The updated site includes changes to navigation, a gallery of new images, dropdown menus for both mobile and desktop versions, improved structure of our content and updates that have made the site easier to use. There are many other smaller but impactful changes, all to make your experience of the MPG site that much more enjoyable. We greatly appreciate you visiting our site and look forward to hearing from you whenever you have a need for any of the services that we provide.
Masonry Preservation Group, Inc., known throughout the region as MPG, is the premier contractor for building restoration, rehabilitation, preservation, exterior envelope maintenance and repair. Proudly serving the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic region, we provide services in the private and public sector commercial and institutional construction markets. Many of the buildings, structures and monuments we have worked on are well known and recognizable and our portfolio of projects includes numerous registered historic sites. Our team of experienced professionals have enhanced the viability of thousands of projects over more than three decades of proven performance with an established record of award-winning success.
As an architectural feature, the Gargoyle is traditionally a carved grotesque with a spout designed to convey water away from the exterior wall of a building, thereby preventing damage and protecting the façade. As a mythical creature, the Gargoyle is mounted to buildings for protection by scaring away evil spirits. We believe this iconic image represents our mission: To protect our region’s structures through excellence in the building restoration, preservation, rehabilitation and maintenance services provided with integrity since 1985. As a trusted leader in the industry, MPG works with the region’s finest engineering and architecture firms to implement solutions to building water infiltration and to correct the evil effects of decay from exposure to the elements.