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UPCOMING EVENT

03-May-2009


Genest has been serving the masonry industry since the early 1930's, when Hermangilde Genest began making hand-pressed concrete blocks at his gravel pit in Sanford, Maine. Soon his son Gerard joined him, guiding the company to grow into one of New England's largest manufacturers and distributors of masonry products for the building trade, including architectural use.

Genest has been serving the masonry industry since the early 1930's, when Hermangilde Genest began making hand-pressed concrete blocks at his gravel pit in Sanford, Maine. Soon his son Gerard joined him, guiding the company to grow into one of New England's largest manufacturers and distributors of masonry products for the building trade, including architectural use.

Genest has been serving the masonry industry since the early 1930's, when Hermangilde Genest began making hand-pressed concrete blocks at his gravel pit in Sanford, Maine. Soon his son Gerard joined him, guiding the company to grow into one of New England's largest manufacturers and distributors of masonry products for the building trade, including architectural use. Genest has been serving the masonry industry since the early 1930's, when Hermangilde Genest began making hand-pressed concrete blocks at his gravel pit in Sanford, Maine. Soon his son Gerard joined him, guiding the company to grow into one of New England's largest manufacturers and distributors of masonry products for the building trade, including architectural use. Genest has been serving the masonry industry since the early 1930's, when Hermangilde Genest began making hand-pressed concrete blocks at his gravel pit in Sanford, Maine. Soon his son Gerard joined him, guiding the company to grow into one of New England's largest manufacturers and distributors of masonry products for the building trade, including architectural use.