Through the decades, the Bell family has focused on commercial buildings delivering high quality masonry work, and performing as a reliable partner in the completion of complex projects of varied sizes.
Below, a few selected commercial projects from the Bell family’s portfolio.
13501 Nall Avenue, Leawood, KS, 66224
Bell Masonry’s team of craftsmen completed significant stone work for the Corbin Park-based office of this national investment firm. Regional stone adds a local touch to the modern office, while the rugged stone, in a cream color palette, contrasts nicely with the sleek glass and the angular lines of this low-slung building. The stone facade gain added character and drama when illuminated by well-placed spotlights at night.
13333 Holmes Rd, Kansas City, MO 64145
Striking horizontal and vertical stone accent walls add interest to the new headquarters for this cutting-edge technology company, located in downtown Kansas City. The soaring quality of the vertical stone wall is dramatic, while the texture of the variegated stone adds rough-hewn elegance to this contemporary building of concrete, stone and glass. The innovative architecture, created in partnership with renowned Kansas City firm BRR Architecture and A. L. Huber Construction, mirrors the high-tech company it contains. Bell Masonry Inc.’s team was honored to contribute to this dynamic building, which was recently nominated for an AIA [American Institute of Architects] award honoring architecture “that raises the bar of design both regionally and nationally.”
Jack stack Barbecue
1840 NW Chipman Rd, Lee’s Summit, MO, 64081
Fiorella’s Jack Stack Barbecue is an iconic barbecue destination in a city knows for barbecue, so it was an honor for Bell Masonry’s team to contribute to the fabrication of its new Lee’s Summit location, the first to be built from the ground-up, in partnership with KC-based DeGasperi & Associates architects. The richly embellished exterior of brick, stone and wood creates a warm and inviting exterior for this perennially popular restaurant. This same rich materiality was continued within the interiors with brick and stone accent walls and two centerpiece see-through stone fireplaces on the expansive outdoor patio.
For estimates or inquiries, please contact:
CEO of Bell Masonry, Inc.