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Masonry Industry Training
In light of the escalating demand for qualified masons, training has become increasingly important. This report focuses on 16 masonry programs across the nation and some of their trials and triumphs in creating the next generation of skilled masons.
Getting the Most from Your Scaffolding
Frame and mason's scaffolding have always been prominent fixtures in the industry. By following established safety guidelines and using the right scaffolding for the job, mason contractors can utilize this asset even
better than before and save money.
Nondestructive Test Methods for Evaluating Masonry Structures
Have you ever had to convince an inspector that a masonry wall was grouted? Have you ever cut an opening in a wall that was supposed to have been grouted only to find that it was not? Rather than hacking a hole into completed wall sections, there are non-destructive testing techniques that allow for rapid "on-the-spot" evaluation of existing construction conditions.
COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
From the Editor
Making The Grade
Arizona Masonry Guild Awards
Masonry Institute of Washington Awards
Full Contact Project Management