April 2009 Table of Contents


Table of Contents


New Masonry Saws and Cutting Machines 
Cutting-edge technology and better designs are changing the landscape for saws.

Bonded by Brick
A pioneering facility combines 18 colleges and universities under one roof.

Rehab & Restoration Case Studies
Nearly every material used in the construction of a building will one day have to be restored or rehabbed in some way. Readers can learn from the experiences of others who have participated in rehabs and restorations, encompassing a variety of materials.

Information about the Masonry Industry

For the Record
Letter to the Editor
Government Affairs
Making The Grade
New Products
Vision 2020
Classified Advertising

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