April 2015 Table of Contents

Words: Dan KamysTable of Contents

Masonry-April-CoverApril 2015

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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Maximizing Efficiency with CrewTracks

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SOLA Innovation: Digital Levels

In 2021, SOLA introduced a new generation of digital levels at the World of Concrete. Because it was in the midst of Covid it wasn’t the most well-attended show, but we were optimistic. We attended, showcasing both our SOLA and Keson brands. The standout

Bonding with Masonry 2024 Q2

This issue’s questions come from an Architect, an Engineer. and a Mason Contractor. What questions do you have? Send them to info@masonrymagazine.com, attention Technical Talk.

Ham And Vacala Among 2024 Masonry Hall Of Fame Inductees

We're thrilled to announce two of this year's Masonry Hall Of Fame inductees. Former MCAA Chairman Larry Vacala and esteemed masonry instructor James T. Ham will be welcomed into the prestigious group during the 2024 MCAA Midyear Meeting in Park City,