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Outlook improving for interior designers and contractors

Early projections for building and remodeling activity suggest business should improve for interior designers and contractors across all industry sectors in 2014. Although extreme wintry weather in many parts of the United States and a slackening in the global economy could...

source: By Michael J. Berens
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Jason Thompson, NCMA VP of Engineering, and Dominick Dowds, Structural Projects and Research Engineer, will be attending the 2014 Annual Meeting of The Masonry Society in Kansas City, Mo., April 22-26. Nick Lang, NCMA Research and Development Laboratory Manager, will be...

source: NCMA

The 2014 NCMA Midyear Meeting will take place July 29 – August 1 at the Canyons Resort in Park City,...

source: NCMA

Go out on the floor and ask your production personnel what ASTM International C90-14 is or ASTM International C1372-11. Depending on the size of your operation and the number of products that you produce, it can be assumed that you’re not going to have 100 percent...

source: NCMA

Williamstown Youth Center in Williamstown, Mass., is this week’s featured project. A variety of concrete...

source: NCMA

The Highway Trust Fund is projected to hit bankruptcy this fall, or even as early as August, unless Congress acts. Lawmakers are under pressure to authorize and fund another $100 billion over the next six years for federal highways. In a letter to colleagues, John Delaney,...

source: The Hill

Public hearings for the proposed crystalline silica rule concluded on April 4, and OSHA thanks all stakeholders for contributing their time, effort and expertise to the rulemaking process. To offer participants additional time to...



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