Masonry » Masonry


A course designed to focus on the art of brick, block, stone, and tile construction, students practice in the manipulation processes and technical information needed to become a skilled mason.  Students learn to use hand tools such as trowels, levels, and chisels and power tools such as concrete mixers to lay brick, concrete block, tile, and related materials.
 Mr. Robert Steele
276-988-2529 x 1724
Subjects Taught

I have been in the masonry field for years. I started at Tazewell County Career Technical Center in 1982-83 where I received my diploma in masonry. I moved on to start my own business in a few years later. I have brick veneered and blocked many buildings in this area and also have worked as far away as South Carolina in my career as a mason.
I have been an educator for 11 years. I have 36 years of experience in the field. I have bricked many buildings in and out of the area. I also was a school board member for 8 years. I served on the department of social services board of directors for 8 years. Additionally,  I've been a director of the Labor of Love Mission since 2002.