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Blocks are More Effective and Less Invasive for Noise Wall
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Blocks are More Effective and Less Invasive for Noise Wall

Building this particular wall out of blocks was cost-effective for the contractor... More

Johnson Level Awarded Mid-Size Business of the Year
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Johnson Level Awarded Mid-Size Business of the Year

By adapting smartly to current economic conditions, the company has been able to... More

Landmark Church Reborn
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Landmark Church Reborn

Contractor uses shotcrete to repurpose burned structure in Texas as park pavilion. More

Mobile App for Payroll Time Entry
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Mobile App for Payroll Time Entry

Payroll Time Entry app lets supervisors and project managers quickly and easily... More

Basalite Brings Green Concrete Masonry to the Emerald City
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Basalite Brings Green Concrete Masonry to the Emerald City

Basalite announced expansion of its green concrete masonry offerings by installing... More

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Evening Star Building (2007)

Washington, D.C. More

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Green cities more financially stable

SustainLane Announces Annual U.S. City Rankings More

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Masonry is Answer to Sustainability Question

When the school board in Spokane, Wash., entered the early planning stages to replace three aging urban buildings after the passage of a $165.3 million facility improvement bond, its primary design goals included durability and sustainability. Greg Brown, AIA, Director of Capitol Projects for Spokane Public Schools, said that keeping these goals in mind, concrete masonry was the “obvious choice” for the primary material the chosen schools. More

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Project of the Year: Mary Gates Hall, University of Washington,Seattle
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Gothic Grandeur
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