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Flashing and Drainage
Flashing, something you can see little of on a completed building, can be the difference in how a project turns out.

Minimizing Dust on the Job
Power equipment manufacturers are working to help mason contractors meet OSHA requirements for silica dust elimination.

Codes and Standards
The Masonry Advisory Council provides a history lesson on how codes and standards are used in the masonry industry.


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The Elements of Cleaning
Cleaning involves temperature, agitation and cleaning agent, and different jobs require different measures of each.

Surface Mottling of Mortar Joints
Understanding why surface mottling of mortar joints happens and solutions to avoid the occurrence.

Software and Technology
Today's software is playing a key role in the construction industry.


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Masonry Madness
A look at the January events that determined the world’s best of the best in masonry

Scaffolding
Scaffolding industry veteran Justin Breithaupt discusses

Anchors, Connectors and Fasteners
Examining the most recent addition of the Building Code Requirements and Specifications for Masonry Structures

Rehabs and Restorations


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Saw Blades: Making the Cut
A detailed review of many of the industry’s newest saw blades available to masons

Sustainability
What we can learn from concrete: The durability and longevity of a structure directly impacts the environmental footprint that structure creates.

Can a Mortar Mixing Pump Be Low Maintenance?
For the mason contractor looking for a simpler solution to mixing and delivery of mortar, m-tec offers an answer.


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Case Study: Lightweight Block,
Heavyweight Benefits

At the Maryland Science Center, lightweight concrete masonry units paid for themselves by saving masons half the labor.

Fire Safety Through Brick
It just makes sense to protect your most valuable assets with the fire resistance and durability of brick.

Case Study: University of Oklahoma’s
Headington Hall

The culmination of five years of planning, design and construction of a residential hall for the University of Oklahoma

Spotlight on Safety
An interview with Corporate Safety Director Zach Everett sheds light on why safety matters.

BIM-M: A Work in Progress
David Biggs, P.E., S.E., provides an update on Building Information Modeling – Masonry (BIM-M), two years into the process.


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