Camarata Masonry Systems, Ltd. was founded August 1, 2004 by Kevin M. Camarata.
Prior to founding the company, Mr. Camarata was the Vice President and General Manager of the prefabricated panel division of a nationwide stone contractor based in Louisiana and, most recently, the President/General Manager of a multi-state stone and masonry contractor based in Texas.
was responsible for growing that company from a staff of approximately one dozen to well over 500 and completing the masonry and/or stone work on such monumental projects as Minute Maid Park (formerly Enron Field), Reliant Stadium (home of the National Football League Houston Texans), The Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Performance Hall
, The George Bush Presidential Library
, The William J. Clinton Presidential Library
, The Fort Worth Museum of Modern Art
, The William R. Hobby Center for the Performing Arts
and the Baker Street Jail
(one of the largest county jails in the United States).
brings extensive knowledge of stone and masonry systems to his
own company together with a large staff of industry professionals (many of whom worked with him previously) having considerable experience successfully constructing some of the largest and most intricate commercial projects built in the United States during the last quarter century.
Mr. Camarata is currently a Director of the Construction Career Collaborative (C3).
He is a past State Chairman of the Mason Contractors Association of America, past Director of the Houston Chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America, past President of the Texas Masonry Council and past President of the Associated Masonry Contractors of Houston.