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November 2016

Volume 55, Number 11


Moisture Management
Weeps: Getting the Water Out

Specifying the Right Waterproofing Coverage

Moisture Management’s Front Line

Rehabs and Restorations: Case Studies
Kansas State University:
Memories to Last a Lifetime

Restoring the Historic Chickasaw Nation Boarding School

Recrowning the Jewel of the French Quarter: Cathedral-Basilica of St. Louis, King of France

The Impact of Staining on Masonry

Pillsbury A-Mill Artists’ Lofts Get a Lift

Mast Climbers
The Fraco Model:
A New Working Environment for the Bricklayer

The EZ Compact Mast Climber:
Unconventional Scaffold for Tight Spaces




From the Editor
Chairman’s Message
Government Affairs
Full Contact Manager
Business Building
New Products
Classified Advertising

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