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Maintaining the Heavy Lifters – Telehandlers 

Words: Joanne M. AndersonPhotos: AMS-Merlo The slang interpretation of “heavy lifting,” courtesy of Wiktionary is: “The most demanding part of an endeavor; work requiring the most effort, resources or consideration.” In the masonry business, “heavy lifting” is quite literal as bricks and CMUs most often constitute a load that needs to be moved up, over, …

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RUGGED TECHNOLOGY – Is It Worth It?

Words: Uma BassoPhotos: Gatec, Panasonic, Sonim  If you have been working in the construction industry, no doubt that you’ve had your share of rugged technology. Phones and other devices of yesterday were not much more than a big machine with a protective case that was painfully slow. Fast-forward to today, and you’ll be pleasantly surprised …

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Contractor Tip Of The Month: Fighting With Your Competition Can Kill Your Business

Damian Lang Some contractor friends invited me to go ATV riding on the Hatfield and McCoy trails in Pocahontas, West Virginia. Intrigued by the history of the land we were riding on, I did some research on one of the greatest feuds of all time that was held between the Hatfield and McCoy families. Think …

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WHY I WANT LESS.

Words: Corey Adams    I was never a fan of clichés. I always compared them to outdated stereotypes that did more harm than good. Nothing more than leftover remnants of the way things used to be. But then, as they say, curiosity killed the cat, and I began to dive deep into them. Deep into …

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Getting Back Together

Dan Kamys, Editorial Director – dkamys@masonrymagazine.com   I always look forward to our August issue, because it typically means I get to talk a little bit about our MCAA Midyear Meeting in September. It goes without saying that this year, things are a little different as we head into the meeting. However, we are all …

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