Staff And Experts

Bret Terry
Executive & Technical Director

Bret has been in the masonry industry since 1976, having worked as a mason tender, a mason, an estimator, a project manager, and masonry contractor. He brings to RMMI an extensive background in large masonry projects, both commercial and luxury residential, and other masonry projects of all kinds, sizes, material types, and complexity. He is a new addition to RMMI and looks forward to assisting its members and the A/E design community develop a strong masonry market with proper construction details, workmanship, and methods. Bret can be reached by calling 303-893-3838 or by e-mail at


Michael Schuller, PE and David Woodham, PE
Atkinson-Noland & Associates, Inc. (ANA)

As technical consultants to the Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute, ANA provides advice, quality control services, and educational programs on all structural issues involved in masonry design and construction. The firm’s specialties include: evaluation and assessment of existing masonry structures; structural repair and rehabilitation; forensic studies; and research. Michael, David and the ANA staff are on-call to perform quality control inspections of masonry projects, provide answers to a wide array of technical questions, and review plans and drawings. In addition, ANA is preparing a number of RMMI technical publications, including a Masonry Sound Barrier Wall Design Guide.  Mike, Dave, and the rest of the professional staff at Atkinson-Noland & Associates can be reached at 303-444-3620 or by e-mail at

John Voelker
Historic Masonry Consulting
Cornerstone Restoration, Inc.

As a historic masonry expert, John provides onsite evaluations and recommendations for the repair and maintenance of historic brick and stone buildings and homes.  Historic masonry underwent numerous architectural shifts until widespread adherence to the Universal Building Code. John has been hand's on since 1982 and understands the unique challenges of achieving a correct restoration outcome. John facilitates the Rocky Mountain Masonry institute's "Preservation of Historic Masonry" certification class, and is currently pursuing his Masters degree at UCD.   John can be reached at or by calling 303-830-2223.