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December 2015

Volume 54, Number 12


General Shale offers a masonry chimney checklist for weather resistance.

Building Wraps and Insulation
A systematic approach to wall assemblies and code requirements

Tight-squeeze jobs are no longer a problem, thanks to the latest innovations in scaffolding.


From The Editor
Chairman’s Message
Government Affairs
Masonry Technology

Full Contact Project Management
New Products

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    Scaffolding By K.K. Snyder For nearly a quarter of a century, Scaffold Training Institute programs have educated more than 250,000 workers around the world. The institutes programs keep them safer and working smarter, armed with the knowledge of proper scaffold erection and usage. Founder John Palmer, himself a certified safety…
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    MASONRY Magazine is now available in digital-magazine format. Not only can you get the "flip page" experience on your desktop computer, our cutting-edge viewer can detect if your using a tablet or phone, and deliver your digital edition in fully compatible HTML5 format. Click on the covers below to read…
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    March 2015 Saw Blades By Jim Cook The thing about blades is that they can always be a little sharper. That’s a maxim the masonry blade industry has taken to heart as it continues to innovate, making blades more versatile, more durable and less expensive to produce. The masonry blade…
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    Flashing and Drainage By Jeremy Douglas The flashing and drainage plane has always been a critical component of any cavity wall system, diverting moisture outward as it collects in the cavity space to the exterior of the façade through the weep openings. A failure in this arrangement can ultimately lead…
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