Welcome To Knapp Masonry!

Specializing in masonry restoration with a conscientious emphasis on preserving our nation's historic treasures, Knapp Masonry is a successful and reputable firm, offering 30 years of expertise in the masonry restoration field, mentored by renowned Philadelphia architects and engineers.

Recent Projects

Please Touch Museum – Marble Floor Replacement

Academic InstitutionsHistorical and Landmarks

The Please Touch Museum, located in Philadelphia PA houses a marble floor has lasted long past its expected useful life! Constructed in 1875-1876 to...

Historic Haddon Heights Train Station

Historical and Landmarks

Longtime friend to Knapp Masonry and prominent local historic architect, Margaret Westfield, asked us to help maintain this beautiful old train station in her...

Soldiers and Sailors Monument, Wilmington Delaware

Historical and Landmarks

Working with Materials Conservation Collaborative, Knapp Masonry restored the low granite wall at the base of the monument mound as the stones had become...

Fairleigh Dickinson University – Hennessy Hall, Madison NJ

Academic Institutions

Masonry restoration of the rear terrace and fountain of Hennessy Hall at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Work includes deconstruction and restoration of all limestone balustrades...



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Recent News

Bridgeview Place Condominuims

January 1, 2013

Knapp Masonry awarded the restoration of Bridgeview Place, a prominent condominium complex set in the old Arthur H. Thomas building near the Ben Franklin Bridge in Philadelphia. Work performed included concrete and brickwork, along with stucco, painting and cleaning of a block-long complex of several buildings. Completed early 2014.

St. Francis de Sales

May 1, 2012

Knapp Masonry receives a Grand Jury Award from the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia for our work on the St. Francis de Sales prioject! Knapp Masonry congratulates all awardees for their tremendous work in preserving our past.

St. Francis de Sales

December 1, 2011

Knapp Masonry completes the restoration of the concrete main dome and masonry work at the terracotta lantern and cross atop the main dome. Restoration work included structural repairs and stone replacement.

A man who works with his hands is a laborer; a man who works with his hands and his brain is a craftsman; but a man who works with his hands and his brain and his heart is an artist.

- Louis Nizer