April 2014 Table of Contents
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COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
From The Editor
Full Contact PM
Will you accept the call to serve? You may feel like a little fish in a big pond, but you too can be a voice for the masonry industry.
We use anchoring and reinforcement on every project, whether restoration or new construction. The types of anchors generally are based on what veneer we are anchoring, the weight of the veneer, the condition of the substrate and challenges that are present in installing the anchors.
Masonry recently had the opportunity sit down, with one of the difference makers in the construction and masonry industries, Justin Breithaupt Sr., founder of Non-Stop Scaffolding.
The best way to learn what it takes to keep a masonry construction business in the black is to go straight to the sources. Masonry consulted three of our industry‚Äôs best, each with a unique perspective on successfully managing his masonry business.
I have been around masonry anchors my entire life. My grandfather started our anchor manufacturing business 92 years ago. Having been involved full-time in this business for the last 36 years, I have witnessed the creation of many extraordinary masonry buildings.