646 11th Avenue – New York, NY

In this impressive brick project that spans 11 floors, we built 30,000 SF of stone cycling brick imported from Holland. We also used Stone, Stucco, EIFS and 38,000 SF of CMU in our scope of work.

The dark upcycled Dutch-made bricks have numerous running bond patterns which surround the industrial-inspired rectangular windows. Some sections of the brick façade are subtly pushed back from the lot line, creating long horizontal shadows between each floor. There are 42 different brick shapes and sizes, each individually brushed by hand with a subtly reflective glass glaze before firing.

87-89 Grand Street – Brooklyn, NY

This kind of brick craft is few and far between in today’s masonry world and with the building at a radius, we used concealed lintels to tru-out the project. At the top of the building, we built a 5’ brick cornice on a curve with a concealed lintel system. We used 8,000 SF of red brick and 18,000 SF of CMU to complete this unique masterpiece.

201 E 79th Street – New York, NY

Originally constructed in the early 1960’s with a classic white glazed brick façade, after a board review it was determined that the existing façade, bulkhead, and terraces required substantial renovations. As a result, JMD were hired to build 5,000 SF of Indiana limestone, waterproofing, sealant, and insulation, as well as 1,000 SF of CMU block.

CORTE – 21-30 44th Dr. – Long Island City, NY

JMD’s scope of work at the luxury residential CORTE location consisted of 16,000 SF of EIFS system at 3 of the façade elevations.

Parker West – 214 W 72nd Street – New York, NY

A tall residential building in Manhattan’s Upper West Side, the 219-foot-tall structure will yield 18 full-floor homes. JMD’s scope of work consisted of 20,000 SF of CMU and 15,000 SF of Stucco and EIFS.

52 Wooster – SoHo, Manhattan, NY

A five story residential building in SoHo, JMD’s scope of work consisted of 1,500 SF of CMU, 15,000 SF of brick, 1,000 SF of Stucco and 1,000 SF of Precast Stone.

The penthouse of 52 Wooster building was featured in Ryan Serhant’s Signature Real Estate portfolio worth $14,000,000. – Watch the video here.

287/LES – New York, NY

JMD are proud to have completed a range of work for this residential building in the Lower East Side of Manhattan that is home to 28 units and was featured in the New York Times.

JMD are proud to have constructed 130,000 SF of 2” concrete topping slabs, concrete curbs, and concrete beams to support the existing floors. We also laid 11,000 SF of CMU and 6,000 SF of brick.

The Driggs Project – Brooklyn, NY

625 and 658 Driggs Avenue are Sister buildings located in Brooklyn, NY. JMD are proud to have completed 24,000 SF of CMU and 19,000 SF of brick work. The two residential buildings feature distinctive textured cladding and an industrial style that reflects the Williamsburg neighborhood.

15th West 96th Street – New York, NY

JMD are completing 20,000 SF of limestone, 30,000 SF of CMU, and all Exterior Insulation and Finishing for this high-end condominium development in Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

A new 22 floor, 26-unit towering over 300 feet tall markets floor to ceiling window wall and 2″ dimensional limestone façade with intricate cornice details. Completion is scheduled for 2023.

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249 East 62nd Street, New York, NY

A 28-story residential building on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Designed by INC Architecture & Design and developed by Zeckendorf Development, the 347-foot-tall structure will yield 66 condominium units ranging in price from $1-5 million.

JMD’s scope of work consists of 58,000 SF of CMU and 4,000 SF of Stucco installation. The project is expected to be completed by the end of 2023.

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