Continental Brick Company

West Virginia’s only brick manufacturer is located near Martinsburg in Berkeley County, West Virginia. The plant’s location along Interstate 81, combined with its rail car loading capability, enable Continental brick to be shipped efficiently and cost effectively to projects in West Virginia, Washington D.C. and throughout the Mid-Atlantic and New England regions. Continental Brick Company has been making quality brick in the same location since 1917. For almost 100 years Continental Brick Company has supplied brick for multiple schools, churches, hospitals, residences, townhomes, apartments and manyother commercial and institutional buildings. Many of the buildings have received awards for excellence. Our color control and the excellent physical properties of our brick are known throughout the industry. Recent upgrades to our manufacturing and quality control processes have enabled Continental Brick Company to continue to meet the stringent requirements more commonly specified for commercial projects. Requests for custom color or size development are welcome. Jack arches and other custom shapes can be used to make any brick structure unique. Continental brick meet the appropriate ASTM Specifications including C 216, Grade SW, Type FBS and FBX.

154 Charles Town Rd, Martinsburg, WV 25405, USA | Berkeley

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