Our brick originates from local clay of deposits created by the receding glaciers of the last Ice Age. Sensitively mined in the Androscoggin Watershed for over a hundred years, we form the brick according to the same authentic 17th Century wet mold waterstruck brick process that produced many of North America’s oldest brick buildings.
Past and present projects include buildings at the Universities of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and Minnesota.
Bates, Colby, Bowdoin, Amherst, Dartmouth, Brandeis, Harvard, Brown, BC and BU, Phillips Andover, Phillips Exeter and Holderness represent but a few of the many schools, colleges and universities where Morin brick contributes to the stature, longevity and therefore life-cycle value of the campuses.
Far from just a campus brick of choice, Morin Waterstruck Brick gracefully clads civic and cultural landmarks throughout New England in anonymous dignity.”