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Staying Up and Running
Masonry construction is all about heavy machinery, various types of scaffolding and other high-priced items that are often too expensive to easily replace. We'll discuss how to keep these investments in tip-top shape and get some advice from yard managers across the country who are involved in maintaining this masonry equipment.
Cast Stone for Masonry Construction
Like any other type of masonry, cast stone requires certain design and job site planning to achieve the desired results. Bill Russell, founder of the Cast Stone Institute, joins us for a review of what masons and mason contractors need to know about this time-tested material.
It's a Game of Inches
While masonry may not be a "game," per se, it certainly is all about the precision and accuracy of your measurements. This month, we showcase just a few of the measuring and aligning products that are the industry's heavy hitters.
COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
From the Editor
Making The Grade
Texas Golden Trowel Awards
Full Contact Project Management