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January 2008 Table of Contents

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Table of Contents

FEATURES

New Heights
Mast climbers use technology to produce production tool for masons that can work for jobs of all sizes. Masonry delves into the latest features and benefits of mast climbers. In addition, we address the latest in worker safety issues and safety affects contractors and their crews.

Thin Is In
Masonry examines the past, present and future of the thin stone industry, including the advantages of using this type of product, and options available to mason contractors and their customers.

Design Build
Design build is an integrated delivery process through which a single source is accountable for both design and construction. Design builders take full accountability for architecture, engineering and construction, pursuing design quality while controlling costs and schedule. Learn more about how this process relates to and affects the masonry industry.

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
For the Record
President’s Message
Government Affairs
Making The Grade
New Products
Legal Issues
Business Building
Full Contact Project Management
Arizona Masonry Guild Architectural Awards
Classified Advertising

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Hydro Mobile Inc

Interview with Kevin O'Shea of Hydro Mobile, Inc.

Interview with Mark Kemp – Chairman, MCAA

Interview with Masonry Contractors Association of America Chairman, Mark Kemp

Mortar Net Solutions

Interview with Steve Fechino from Mortar Net Solutions

Pullman Ermator

Interview with Lyndon Kelsey of Pullman Ermator

Keene Building Products

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