June 2, 2010 – WASCO Featured in UT Construction Projects Photo Gallery

Brandon Douglas with WASCO of Knoxville gets a shovel of grout while working on the renovation of Ayres Hall on the University of Tennessee campus on Wednesday. The building, constructed in 1921, will get a clock in its tower, which was in the original plans but wasn’t included because of lack of funds. Click here to see the photos.

WASCO Receives Accolades for Masonry Work on Pulaski Train Station in Virginia

WASCO employees called “great” to work with and “absolute craftsmen.”
A Piece of History – Masons rebuilding the train station discover an inscription not seen in over 100 years. Read More…

WASCO Honored with Patriotic Employer Award

Commercial masonry company recognized for support of employee in Iraq

March 15, 2010 (Nashville, TN) – WASCO, Inc., the national commercial masonry company, received the Patriotic Employer Award from Employee Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), a program of the Department of Defense. The award recognizes employers who go above and beyond in their support of employees serving in the military reserves.
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