Founded in 1913 on honesty, integrity, and quality construction, Eshbach Brothers, L.P. is Eastern Pennsylvania's leading masonry contractor. We specialize in public and commercial projects, winning numerous awards for the hospitals, universities, office towers, and apartment complexes that we have completed throughout the Schuylkill and Lehigh Valleys. Our success is wholly dependent on the talent of our master craftsmen, trained mason tenders, and experienced management team.  

We are currently accepting resumes for the following positions:


  Please send resumes to:
     Human Resources
     Eshbach Brothers, L.P.
     1440 N. 9th Street
     Reading, PA 19604

JOB POSTING – Experienced Mason/Bricklayer

Experienced Mason/Bricklayers with Eshbach Brothers, L.P. typically work on crews ranging from two to twenty masons with the support of mason tenders and machine operators. Our jobsites are located throughout eastern Pennsylvania and travel is required. Foremen supervise projects under the guidance of our Field Superintendent and Project Managers, based in the Office. Members of field leadership, all holding OSHA-30 credentials, are committed to your safety and you are expected to participate in weekly toolbox talks. As a Mason/Bricklayer on the Eshbach Brothers, L.P. team, you are provided the equipment necessary to excel at your craft with opportunities for continued education and professional certifications.  

Technical expertise in brick, block, and architectural cast stone installation.
Comfort working from scaffold, swings, and lifts, as well as in trenches and tight spaces.
Thorough knowledge of ASTM and BIA industry standards, building codes, and OSHA safety regulations.
Ability to read blueprints, specifications, and product safety data sheets.
Ability to safely lift 75-100 pounds.

Cutting, toothing, and patching of existing masonry on renovation projects.
Laying concrete block wire reinforcement, rebar, and grout per construction documents.
Setting architectural cast stone, flagstone, bluestone, slate, limestone, and granite panels.
Installation of wall systems, including anchors, insulation, air & vapor barriers, sealants, and flashing. 
Installation of complex brickwork ranging from patterns and structural arches to quoin corners, etc.

Completion of trade school or apprenticeship program and two years of experience as a journeyman.
Possession of a valid driver’s license and ability to travel.
Ability to pass a pre-employment drug test.

Paid weekly at a competitive hourly-rate determined by the prevailing wage of jobsite county. 
Comprehensive medical benefits provided through the Health & Welfare Fund.
Pension plan and ability earn part-time paycheck after retirement. 
Continuing education opportunities through the International Masonry Institute.
Bonuses for highly-successful annual performance.