Repair

Removing Efflorescence from a Brick Wall
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Removing Efflorescence from a Brick Wall

I’ve been having a really difficult time lately getting rid of the efflorescence... More

Group Urges Chimney Inspections after Earthquake
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Group Urges Chimney Inspections after Earthquake

Areas that can be damaged are mortar joints inside and out, bricks, stones, flue... More

BIA Renovation Awards
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BIA Renovation Awards

The Brick Industry Association has announced the winner of the renovation category... More

Hard Truths About Masonry Crack Repair
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Hard Truths About Masonry Crack Repair

Whether you're a newbie or seasoned veteran, there's a lot that you may be... More

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Masonry Construction Announces Project of the Year

The 2014 Masonry Construction’s Project of the Year winners showcase the significant contributions the masonry industry makes to the advancements in architectural design. More

Landmark Church Reborn
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Landmark Church Reborn

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

The Pomeroy Apartments
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The Pomeroy Apartments

The Pomeroy Senior Apartments, a classically detailed, limestone and terra-cotta... More

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Deadline Extension: 2014 Masonry Construction Project of the Year

Due to the overwhelming response, the editors of Masonry Construction magazine have extended the deadline of the Masonry Construction Project of the Year Awards. More

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WOC Space Draw Begins This Week

Be sure to be a part of the concrete and masonry industry's biggest event in 2015. World of Concrete will begin space assigning booth locations for the 2015 event this week. More

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An Updated Concrete Repair Resource

At this week’s ACI Convention, committee members of the provided some key comments on the newly updated 546R-14: Concrete Repair Guide. Last updated about a decade ago, this document has doubled in size and reorganized to make it an important contractor reference. More

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