April 2015 Table of Contents

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Volume 54, Number 4 FEATURES Restoring Cut River Bridge After more than 70 years of braving harsh Michigan winters, the stone facade of Michigan’s Cut River Bridge was ready for a facelift. The Right Anchor for the Job A brief look at what works, some we may not have considered, what’s new, and what should no longer be used Scaffolding: A Worldwide Reach for Safety Scaffold Training Institute programs help keep workers safer and working smarter. Scaffolding: ‘Non-Stop’ Progress A one-on-one with Justin Breithaupt Sr., founder of Non-Stop Scaffolding, whose efforts have benefited the masonry industry for more than 50 years

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Building a Sustainable Future with Brick: Benefits and Impact

In both residential and commercial building design and construction, there is a growing awareness and commitment to minimizing environmental impact while improving health, comfort, and overall well-being.

GEN NXT: Sam Berryman

In today's evolving landscape of skilled trades, where tradition meets innovation, Sam Berryman's journey into the masonry industry is not just a career choice but a testament to heritage, passion, and the profound rewards of hard work. Influenced by his

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The Corporate Transparency Act: What You Need to Know

Like many government regulations, the intent may be clear and worthwhile, but the implementation causes more harm to law-abiding citizens and business owners than it does to actually block or punish the bad actors the regulation was meant to address.

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The Walkaround Rule is Misguided

As we work together to help rebuild a strong economy, workplace safety is an important consideration in rulemaking; however, the Walkaround Rule, which went into effect at the end of May, won’t bolster workplace safety but rather burden small businesses.