Rundquist Masonry Inc. is led by patriarch, Brett Rundquist, who took the business over from his father, Allen Rundquist, whom together started the business from the ground up in 1977 after moving from Wisconsin.   Brett’s masonry expertise has taken him all over the country and as far as Antarctica to complete the first ever masonry block project for the National Science Foundation at McMurdo Base. Moving into the 4th generation of masons Brett partnered with his two sons Clayton and Justin to grow the business into what it is today.

Their work has been featured in national and local publications such as Sunset magazine; and have been named as one of the "Rock Stars" of Durango an article featuring stone work in Durango Living Magazine and also noted in the Farmington Daily Times for a restoration project he completed on a 100 year old Episcopal Church. From the smallest project or restoration to an 18,000 SQ FT custom home now under completion.

In 1978 Brett married Lori, his high school sweetheart and their first son Clayton was born eleven months later.  Another son, Justin and a daughter, Emma eventually join the family.  Rundquist Masonry Inc. now consists of Brett and his two sons Clayton, Justin, and wife Lori as their office manager.

Now in it's 4th generation, Rundquist Masonry is a family tradition steeped in artistic mastery of their craft.