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MASONRY Magazine, the membership magazine of the Mason Contractors Association of America (MCAA) serves and promotes the needs and interests of the mason contractor, the masonry craftsman and the masonry industry. Published 12 time a year, this monthly magazine has timely and informative articles on products, tools, and equipment uses and techniques. Editorial covers new construction, rehab and restoration, training, business management as well as industry regulations and legal issues affecting the complex field of masonry construction. It is the only magazine devoted exclusively to the needs and interests of the masonry industry.
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- 60March 2011 Industry Report Creating the Future By Sarah B. Atkins Both residential and commercial construction activity have reached record or near-record lows. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, we have just lived through the lowest level of new housing starts since they began tracking this data in 1959. The…
- 54Masonry magazine has appointed Karen D. Hickey as Editor, effective January 29, 2016, taking the place of Jennifer Morrell, who served as Editor of the publication for more than eight years. Ms. Hickey earned a B.A. degree in English and Secondary Education in 1996 from Grove City College, Grove City, Pa. At…
- 52September 2012 Business Management What It Takes Interview by Jennifer Morrell The best way to learn what it takes to keep a masonry construction business in the black is to go straight to the sources. Masonry consulted three of our industry’s best, each with a unique perspective on successfully managing…
- 51July 2009 Technology MasonrySystems.org By Chris Mayo The tools of masonry have, for the most part, remained unchanged for centuries. A 21st century trowel, for instance, isn’t much different than a trowel used during the construction of great cathedrals during the 16th century. A hammer is still a hammer and…