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Dropping LEED

Baltimore, one of the first U.S. cities to mandate LEED, has switched to the International Green Construction Code 2012 as an overlay to the city's building, fire, and related codes. More

CINTEC America To Provide Anchoring Systems for NYC Subway Station Retrofit Project
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CINTEC America To Provide Anchoring Systems for NYC Subway Station Retrofit Project

CINTEC America has just announced that they will be supplying a new anchoring... More

Profile: Barbara Moore, Baltimore's First Female Bricklayer
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Profile: Barbara Moore, Baltimore's First Female Bricklayer

When she started in 1973, Barbara Moore was the only woman bricklayer in Baltimore... More

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Environmentally Friendly Pavers Enhance Ballpark

Oriole Park at Camden Yards is one of the best ballparks in major league baseball today. The state-of-the-art ballpark and surrounding areas have been designed to offer plenty of enjoyment for Baltimore Orioles fans. The attractive ballpark features a large area surrounding the park for visitors to relax and spend time; turning a trip to the ballpark into an affordable, all-day family event. More

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Cintec Publishes Terra Cotta Solutions Brochure
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MCAA and Baltimore Masonry Make One Very Busy Contractor

Being an association executive requires an extremely heavy time and travel commitment. Fortunately, Frank Campitelli has a strong, veteran staff at Baltimore Masonry to look after business affairs while he is on the road. More

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Restoring and Renovating the Baltimore Basilica

In the heart of downtown Baltimore sat a faded, yet priceless, piece of American history. After decades of neglect, “America's First Cathedral,” the Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, was in need of a major restoration and renovation effort. The architectural firm John G. Waite Associates, Albany and New York City, designed the $32 million project, which took 30 months to complete.More than two centuries ago, Baltimore's central role in American history included having the first Catholic diocese. The Basilica “became known as a symbol of religious freedom,” said Mark Potter, executive director of the Basilica of the Assumption Historic Trust Inc., who was the overseer of the meticulous restoration. More

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Showcase: Masonry Detail Speaks Volumes
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Masonry Construction's Top Projects of 1999 Best Residential Building
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Noteworthy Masonry Construction Projects, 1988-1993
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