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Better Relationships, Better Specifications

By Ron Baer The relationship between an architect and a contractor is not always smooth, but in the end they need to work as partners. After a few successful projects, perhaps the intermediate relationship problems can be nearly eliminated and the teamwork can be established early in a project. In this way, the masonry contractor…

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Masonry Cleaning

Who accepts responsibility when your employees don’t know what they’re doing? You’re smart, you work hard, and you’ve already realized that employee training takes both time and money. You’ve identified your problem; your issue becomes, what to do about it!…

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Materials: Masonry Cleaning & Restoration

As in all aspects of masonry, there is a great deal of artistry in restoring older and historic masonry. When tackling a new project, the artisan mason, while not looking for originality, needs to have a vision of the tradition of the structure, the composition and formulation of the original materials, and knowledge of the technology of the period in which the original was created.…

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New Masonries, New Rules For Cleaning

Though it looks similar to clay brick, this concrete brick could be damaged by products and procedures meant for clay brick. Understanding the difference and following a few simple “new rules” can help ensure a successful post-construction clean-down.…

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