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September 2015

Volume 54, Number 9

FEATURES

Anchors, Connectors and Fasteners
Learn the dos and don’ts of masonry anchors from Paul Curtis, industry veteran.

Mixers, Pumps and Delivery Systems
The “Standard Specification for Grout for Masonry” allows for consistent quality and safety of masonry structures.

Scaffolding and Mast Climber Safety
Proper and appropriate training is simply critical to avoiding falls and other injuries.

Technology
Drone technology can be used to inspect building façades.

 

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

From The Editor
Chairman’s Message
Government Affairs
Jobsite Safety
Business Building
Full Contact Project Management
New Products

Classified Advertising
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