June 2013 Table of Contents
Table of Contents
MCAA Legislative Conference
Members of the MCAA converged on Washington, D.C., to let their voices on industry issues be heard.
Flashing and Drainage
Managing Quality on Your Projects: the importance of “finding your guy”
Codes and Standards
It is important that all construction professionals understand the appropriate applications of codes, standards and reports.
Case Studies: Four accounts of what it takes to build a first-class masonry cleaning operation
COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
From The Editor
Full Contact PM
MCAA Upcoming Education
In the midst of crazy political times, the Mason Contractors Association of America (MCAA) had another great week in Washington, D.C., during our annual Legislative Conference. We had MCAA members from 11 states who took the time to meet with Representatives and Senators from their home states, providing them with…
Will you accept the call to serve? You may feel like a little fish in a big pond, but you too can be a voice for the masonry industry.
What a year 2015 has been in Washington, D.C., and the world of politics! We have seen the resignation and retirement of the sitting Speaker of the House of Representatives. We have seen the incredible rise of “outsider” candidates in the Republican Presidential primary field. We have seen foreign affairs…
After just returning from Las Vegas and the World of Concrete/World of Masonry, I can tell you I am re-energized. How could I not be after all the productive meetings, social events, and of course Masonry Madness on Wednesday — from the Apprentice Skills contest to the MCAA Fastest Trowel…
I am more excited than usual for this year’s MCAA Legislative Fly-In on May 13-14. I have been going to the fly-ins for a number of years, and each year in our position papers, Misclassification of Employees as Independent Contractors is listed.