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May 2012 Table of Contents

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Rehabs and Restorations Case Studies
Learn from the experiences of others, as we highlight a variety of restorations to several types of structures using a host of materials.

Connectors, Anchors and Fasteners
The DryFix System provides a cornerstone solution to restoring Detroit’s Broderick Tower skyscraper.

Cutting-Edge Saws
The improved technology of today’s masonry construction saws continues to impress.

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COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
From the Editor
President’s Message
Government Affairs
New Products
Eye on Safety
Business Building
Full Contact PM
Classified Advertising
News
MCAA Upcoming Education
New Members

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