Traditional Skills, Modern Vision
Keystone Masonry specialises in all aspects of stonemasonry, from traditional restoration and drystone construction to new build solid stone construction and cladding systems. We are proficient in the use of all types of stone, including sandstone, granite, basalt, slate and limestone. We have served Melbourne and the surrounding area since 2017.
As fully certified professionals, we thrive in diverse environments working together on challenging projects with architects, builders and property owners. We pride ourselves on completing work to the highest standards, on time and on budget.
Our team possesses many years of experience, advanced qualifications and high levels of training, meaning Keystone Masonry meets all your masonry needs in any situation. From complex, large scale new build projects to the smallest of repair jobs, we are committed to offering an excellent customer experience and a passion for the art and craft of stonemasonry.
Cameron embarked on his journey to become a stonemason at the age of eighteen. He began his apprenticeship on the Isle of Skye, Scotland. Over the next four years he worked on site as part of a team building quality stone homes, garden walls, entrances and large commercial projects in all styles and materials. At the same time, he studied on a block release basis at the prestigious Elgin Cathedral training facility. After completing his first two years of standard training, Cameron was invited by the college to participate in an extra year of study to complete his advanced craft certificate. During Cameron's apprenticeship he also studied the conservation and repair of failing ancient masonry and qualified in the National Progression Award in the conservation of masonry at Glasgow Metropolitan College.
Once Cameron's apprenticeship was complete, he continued his development by working for Historic Scotland in its Dumfries and Galloway division where he helped maintain thirteen different monuments ranging from castles, abbeys and tower houses, dating from as early as the fourteenth century.
In 2012, Cameron arrived in Melbourne and was quickly sponsored by a landscaping company that specialized in high end landscape construction and stonemasonry. Throughout this time he continued to absorb his craft and learned the different types of construction methods and materials employed in Australia. During these four years, he successfully trained many apprentices.
Cameron then moved on to become a manager at one of Melbourne's leading stonemasonry firms. For the next year he continued to train others while furthering his own skillset on a very challenging project that involved selecting and building with stone quarried on site.
In 2017, Cameron set up Keystone Masonry.