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How the year 1933 can help you size up a Type III structure

A 1933 earthquake in Los Angeles damaged many unreinforced masonry structures. Firefighters looking at masonry buildings built after that find a different story. More

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PCA Expands Codes Department; Appoints Hall Manager

William “Jay” Hall returns to the Portland Cement Association (PCA) as manager of codes and standards. More

Tunnel Lining Material
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Tunnel Lining Material

FireMaster FireBarrier 135 is a concrete tunnel lining fire protection and the... More

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Five Industry Leaders Create Masonry Wall System

Five of the most recognized and trusted companies in the construction industry have aligned to create the industry’s best complete masonry cavity wall system. More

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OnlineTraining Program, Flammable Liquids: Know Your Risk

Summit Training Source has released its newest training program, Flammable Liquids: Know Your Risk, which teaches workers in all industries how to stay safe and prevent accidents when working with or around flammable liquids. More

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Fire Safety Drills
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Common Relining Mistakes
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Common Relining Mistakes

Tile, steel, and poured ceramic are three common relining methods. More

Tags: Fire Safety, Job-Costing, Brick, Fireplaces, Tile
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Masonry Alliance for Codes and Standards

This largely unknown group is working hard to preserve markets for the industry. More

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