September/October 2008: Table of Contents

Genuine Stone proves itself to be a time-tested option for design professionals.Features

Trend Setter
Genuine Stone proves itself to be a time-tested option for design professionals.
By Jennie Farnsworth

Getting the Air Out
A primer on grout consolidation
By Cory Sekine-Pettite

Baltimore Clayworks
RTKL uses historical context to inform and guide a modern architectural expression.
By Cory Sekine-Pettite

Old College, New Brick
Renovating the symbolic center of the University of Georgia
By Cory Sekine-Pettite

The Teamwork Behind Green Design
Putting the best solutions into high-performing buildings
By Maria Viteri, AIA and Hazel Bradford

Columns & Departments

Letter from the Publisher
Letter from the Editor
Letter to the Editor
Minimizing Masonry Litigation
Industry News
New Products
Masonry International



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