Honoring Their Legacies — The 2020 Masonry Hall of Fame Interviews

 
 
 
 

Honoring Their Legacies — The 2020 Masonry Hall of Fame Interviews

 

We had the opportunity to sit down with the four Masonry Hall of Fame inductees this year during World of Concrete in Las Vegas. It was such a pleasure talking to Mark Kemp, Paul Hoggatt, Doug Drye, and Brian Carney. Discover more about their experiences and legacies in this industry. Congratulations again to this year's 2020 Hall of Fame Inductees!

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The World of Concrete 2020: MCAA Events Recap

 

Every year World of Concrete houses tons of innovations, equipment, an action-packed competition day for everyone to enjoy, annual meetings, informative classes, and a closing banquet honoring the newly inducted Hall of Famers. This year was the biggest and best yet! Take a look at our comprehensive recap of all the great events that took place during the 2020 World of Concrete. READ MORE

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

I Am Not Your Boss

 

Hate is a strong word. It is not a word I use often, but when I do, I mean it. There is one thing I hate in the business world. It is something that most shrug off without a thought, but pierces me clear to my core. I am not talking about the standard entrepreneurial talking points. This has nothing to do with permits, inspectors, taxes, or any other regurgitated frustrations that we all have to face. No, I am talking about the term “boss.”

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Flashing Components — Sponsored by Mortar Net Solutions

 

In the masonry industry, contractors and laborers come into contact with a variety of chemicals, machines, and equipment on a daily basis whose potential danger ranges from somewhat harmful to certainly lethal. However, with so many precautions to keep in mind while on the jobsite, it’s easy to overlook the more remote possibility of potential future damage from chemical exposure. As masons go about their days grinding, cornering stone and cutting brick and block, it’s important to remember OSHA’s respirable silica dust regulations and keep the steps that can be taken to ensure compliance in mind. READ MORE

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