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Webinar: Exterior Masonry Walls and Energy Code Compliance

On Thursday, November 9, 2017, 1–2 p.m. Eastern, The Masonry Society (TMS) will host the webinar entitled “Exterior Masonry Walls and Energy Code Compliance.” This is the second in the 2017–2018 series of TMS-sponsored webinars, held on the second Thursday of each month from October through May. About the Webinar Achieving energy code compliance is…

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Estimation: Overcome Familiar Financial Challenges With Ease

By James Nielsen, Esq., CPA, founder and CEO of CreditSuppliers Editor’s note: This is the last in a three-part series of articles on construction financing that Masonry Design has planned with CreditSuppliers. Construction has been dubbed a high-risk industry by lenders. While anyone working in construction will admit that there are certainly risks associated with…

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Industry Outlook: Between A Rock And A Dollar Sign

There are many reasons to use masonry in building. The single most commonly used reason not to use masonry is cost. Wood, steel, plastic, and glass are all cheaper cladding. Even CMU’s and brick are pricier than most other options.

But cost is always relative in construction. What seems cheap when installed can be pretty expensive if it needs replacement in the short term—and chronic maintenance of any building component is painful beyond the dollars-and-cents cost.…

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Make Your Project Successful With Masonry

Masonry is one of the oldest and most sought after building materials for new building construction. It can serve as both finish and structure, and is therefore extremely versatile in adding both beauty and strength to a project. For some owners, the use of masonry often is limited in projects because of concerns regarding cost, scheduling, quality assurance monitoring and performance.…

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