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In June of 2016 the Northwest Masonry Institute published the Northwest Edition of the Masonry SYSTEMS Guide, which provided a standardized systems guide of best practices for masonry wall systems design and construction. It is the industry's primary information resource on masonry systems and the first to address the challenges of energy code requirements for continuous installation. The Masonry SYSTEMS Guide is also the industry's primary information resource for architects and general contractors. It contains nine chapters outlining masonry systems, as well as a resource chapter for products appropriate for each system.
For 2018 the Rocky Mountain Masonry Foundation is working on the production of a “Colorado Systems Guide”, to be modeled after the Northwest Edition. This design manual will be used to Educate and Promote the use of masonry to the Architectural and design professional’s in the Colorado Region; reinforcing RMMI’s leading support for Masonry Design in the
Sponsors will receive printed copies of the systems free of charge to distribute to architects, engineers and general contractors that they work with. All RMMI Members will also receive a printed copy of the guide.
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* Courses and dates are subject to change. Please be sure to check hispanic-contractors.org for the latest information on all Contractor Academy courses.
Come join us at Martin/Martin for part two of the Local Material Properties Lecture
In our last discussion of local masonry material properties, we had a lively conversation regarding brick, block, and street protests. However, we were unable to discuss in detail the implications...
The Masonry Wall Bracing Seminar has been developed to provide contractors with the know-how to confidently design and construct bracing for a variety of common masonry structures. This is an opportunity to save your company money by designing your own wall bracing rather than paying a structural engineer.