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Jobsite Vehicle Spec Off

Words: MASONRY Magazine  Photos: AMS MERLO, John Deere, Pettibone  The use of equipment is extensive in the masonry industry, from mixers and delivery This month we are providing a comprehensive comparison of jobsite vehicles for you to get a better idea of which one will work best for your company and projects.  Telehandlers   The idea of the sky …

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Translation: Gestión de Proyectos de Contacto Completo

“Cuando Eramos Unos Idiotas…”  ––Lookin’ Back 50!––  2018: Su Temporada de Estallar  Parte 2  por “Coach Gary” Micheloni  He mencionado con anterioridad el tener coaches y mentores en mi vida. Lo recomiendo. Coach Steve es un gran tipo. Recientemente dio una platica a un gran grupo de nosotros, hablando de las noticias del día, y en que época tan alegre parecemos encontrarnos. Originalmente pensé que el título de ésta …

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Real-Time Renderings Become Reality with Vectorworks and Lumion LiveSync

Words: Eric Berg, landscape architect and senior associate at Pacific Coast Land Design, Inc. (PCLD)Photos: Pacific Coast Land Design, Inc. As designers, it is our job to bring our clients’ visions to life, and in order to do this, we need the right tools. Let me share how the Lumion LiveSync plug-in available in Vectorworks software will help you provide clear and beautiful designs, while cutting down on time and improving your …

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DO YOU KNOW SCAFFOLDING?

Words & Images: David H. Glabe, P.E., Director of SAIA   This could be a difficult question to answer, particularly if you don’t know scaffolding! It’s one of those classic situations of not knowing what you don’t know and thinking that you know what you know. Did you follow that?  Scaffolding is essential equipment for masons, as you well know. Masons cannot …

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NMIA’s 30th Anniversary Recap

Words: Steven Fechino  Photos: Curtis Hoover  The National Masonry Instructors association celebrated its 30th anniversary and annual conference at the location where it originated, the Landmark Hotel in Myrtle Beach. The National Masonry Instructors Association (NMIA) began as a way for masonry trades instructors, both secondary and post-secondary to meet and coordinate teaching methods, curriculum and content that …

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Historic Masonry Restoration Best Practices

Words: Amy Lamb Woods, P.E., Director of Technical Education, International Masonry Institute, and Casey Weisdock, Director of Technical Education, International Masonry Institute   Introduction  Historic masonry buildings have common issues that architects, engineers, conservators, contractors, and owners are often challenged with evaluating and addressing. Historic generally refers to buildings 50 years of age or greater with significance …

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