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August 2012 Volume 51, Number 8
Architectural Cast StoneThe Cast Stone Institute defines architectural cast stone and other related products.
Codes and StandardsSalt Lake City s City Creek Center is constructed in adherence to a stringent set of codes and standards.
Mast ClimbersA discussion of mast climber safety and the responsibilities of end users.
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July 2012 Volume 51, Number 7
Mortars, Mixtures and StainingThere is a science to staining, as explained by Russell Gray, president of Nawkaw.
Workforce DevelopmentThe meaning of workforce development, and what it takes to keep our trade strong
New TechnologiesSolutions Through Software: Cost-cutting and overhead control via process automating processes is explained.
New TechnologiesMortar Net is committed to the use of technology for conveying instructional information to customers.
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June 2012 Volume 51, Number 6
To Rent, or Not to Rent?Now that the busy season is upon us, contractors nationwide are deciding whether to rent or to buy.
Growing Workers in PennsylvaniaWorkforce development is key to increasing masonry market share.
Rules for FlashingNew flashing fabrics, membranes and composites give masonry contractors better options.
Pressure and Masonry CleaningRelaying some lessons learned from professional cleaners
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May 2012 Volume 51, Number 5
Rehabs and Restorations Case StudiesLearn from the experiences of others, as we highlight a variety of restorations to several types of structures using a host of materials.
Connectors, Anchors and FastenersThe DryFix System provides a cornerstone solution to restoring Detroit’s Broderick Tower skyscraper.
Cutting-Edge SawsThe improved technology of today’s masonry construction saws continues to impress.
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April 2012 Volume 51, Number 4
A Crash Course in PlanksWhen armed with the correct information, you have control over jobsite accidents and fines. Masonry consults a planking industry expert.
Software: Efficiency at Your FingertipsKeeping up with software advances can be frustrating, but let’s face it – this is a good problem to have.
Scaffolding: What OSHA Really Looks ForCheck out these simple steps to cut OSHA fines.
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