What makes an internationally recognised bricklayer? Is it the speed at which they lay the bricks, or the accuracy? Creativity? All over the world there are competitions which run to find the world’s best bricklayers. From Melbourne to Las Vegas, the world wants to know!
January of this year, in Melbourne, will see the best bricklayers in the world come together to compete for the title of best brickie in the world.
But, what does it take to become the best bricklayer in the world?
Terron was mere millimetres away from a perfect score with his incredible creation scoring 89.35pc. Not only was it efficiently put together, it was also a brilliant design, utilising Germany’s national bird the black eagle. In other competitions Terron has even created a Canadian maple leaf design.
We should all feel inspired by these brilliant brickies who set a high standard for the rest of us. We can’t wait to see who 2019 shines a light on, not just in bricklaying, but in other aspects of the construction industry.