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Jefferson County Public Schools Consult RMMI

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Jefferson County Public Schools recently instituted a program calling for Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute (RMMI) to be consulted during the plan review and construction inspection stages of all schools containing masonry. In addition, it recently conducted a review of its schools in the planning and development stage to determine how much masonry is being used and whether masonry cavity wall systems can be utilized in designs where lesser systems of veneer over steel studs are being considered.

Kudos to Diane Travis, RMMI Technical Director, for her ongoing work with Jefferson County and other metro area school districts, and to Texas architect Chris Huckabee, who made such a strong case for all-masonry schools when he appeared at the RMMI Masonry Schools Symposium last fall.

For more information on RMMI, please visit www.rmmi.org.


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Masonry, the official publication of the Mason Contractors Association of America, covers every aspect of the mason contractor profession - equipment and techniques, building codes and standards, business planning, promoting your business, legal issues and more. Read or subscribe to Masonry magazine at www.masonrymagazine.com.

 

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