9651 Hawkins Drive Manassas, Virginia 20109 Tel: (571) 292-5900

In Memory of our Lifetime Employee - Raymond Harley

RAY HARLEY (August 16, 1956 - May 22, 2022)

Ray joined Calvert Masonry as Foreman in 1995 after twenty (20) years with Innamorato Construction Company, where he had worked his way up the ranks from Bricklayer to Foreman.  During his first ten (10) years at Calvert, Ray built several of our K-12 school projects throughout Prince William, Loudoun and Fairfax counties, and also led our team through Calvert’s first ten (10)+ story new building. 

Ray was promoted to Superintendent in 2005 to oversee several projects at a time, including the new TC Williams High School (now Alexandria City High School), which was a $10 million + masonry project.  By 2010 Ray had taken a larger role as Senior Superintendent with the passing of our VP of Field Operations. 

Ray was highly valued for his work ethic, the level of involvement and detail on his projects, and his expert knowledge of masonry and construction.  His dedication toward the success of Calvert Masonry was beyond measure, and he will be deeply missed both personally and professionally.

Bruce Spengler, President



Ray Harley joined Calvert in 2005 and attended Old Dominion University and Columbia Tech. Additionally he participated and obtained certification in Masonry Wall Bracing from the Mason Contractors Association of America. Prior to joining Calvert, Ray was a Foreman and Bricklayer for a contractor building light commercial, institutional and residential projects.  At Calvert he served as a Project Foreman for 10 years before taking on the role as Superintendent on major projects in the region.  Ray has over 30 years of experience in the masonry industry and uses his extensive expertise and experience in the management of successful projects throughout the Virginia, DC and Maryland Region. 

As an active industry participant, Ray is a member of Associated Builders & Contractors.

Ray has become well known in the industry for his attention to detail, problem solving skills and demand for quality craftmanship on each and every project he manages.