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BMJ Stone
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EZG Manufacturing
Federated Insurance
Fraco USA, Inc.
Hohmann and Barnard, Inc.
Hydro Mobile, Inc.
iQ Power Tools
Kennison Forest Products, Inc.
Mortar Net Solutions
Non-Stop Scaffolding
Pullman Ermator
SPEC MIX LLC
Stabila
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Jennifer Morrell

Jennifer Morrell was the editor of Masonry magazine. She has 20 years of experience in the publishing industry as a writer and editor, covering such topics as real estate and construction, insurance, health care, relationships and sports. A graduate of The University of Georgia’s Grady College of Journalism, she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in magazines and is an award-winning newspaper columnist.

150 articles by Jennifer Morrell:

masonry

Pump maintenance

Pump maintenance

Operating a pump on your jobsite is a tall order, so maintaining and keeping it clean and in running order is the least you can do to protect your investment. Full story

masonry

Saws, saw blades, hammers and grinders

Saws, saw blades, hammers and grinders

Masonry tool companies are offering a plethora of saws, saw blades, hammers and grinders to masons. Full story

careers

Success story: Stephen Benson

Success story: Stephen Benson

Stephen Benson wasn’t originally a fan of high school. In fact, he tried four before finding Center of Applied Technology-North where he learned his life trade: masonry. Full story

careers

Success story: Michael Kern

Success story: Michael Kern

Michael Kern is an old pro at winning masonry contests and works as a skilled mason on the job today. Full story

careers

Success story: Chris Sutherland

Success story: Chris Sutherland

The son of a mason, Chris Sutherland began going out on masonry jobsites around age 8. The trade runs deeply in his family. Full story

careers

Success story: Zack Zuidema

Success story: Zack Zuidema

Working summers and winters as a laborer and an estimator taught Zack Zuidema many aspects of the masonry business beyond the brick and mortar. Full story

careers

Success story: Matthew Demery

Success story: Matthew Demery

Matthew Demery credits the Arizona Tender Training Program with putting his life and future on the right course. Full story

careers

Success story: Miguel Gonzalez

Success story: Miguel Gonzalez

Miguel Gonzalez needed an elective in high school. He chose masonry – knowing nothing about the trade – and he loved it. Full story

industry news

New directions

New directions

Brian Estill is a brick and stone mason from Louisville, Ky. Like many in the profession, Estill was laid off from his masonry company in the winter of 2008. Full story

industry news

Greenbuild 2015 takes place in Washington, D.C.

Greenbuild 2015 takes place in Washington, D.C.

The 2015 Greenbuild International Conference and Expo was held Nov. 18-20 at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. Full story

masonry

Yes, I write about bricks

Yes, I write about bricks

It’s interesting: Although most of my friends and family are well aware that I am a writer and editor – and have been since 1994 – not everyone knows exactly what I do. Full story

masonry

A time for family

A time for family

Who do you consider to be your “family?” Do you have a second family that is your “masonry family,” made up of those with whom you work, day in and day out? Full story

news and events

CONSTRUCT draws a crowd to St. Louis

CONSTRUCT draws a crowd to St. Louis

The CONSTRUCT show, sponsored by CSI, was held in St. Louis last month and was busy with vibrant displays of everything smart, efficient and technical. Full story

news and events

Turning leaves, busy times

Turning leaves, busy times

We are smack in the middle of fall, and both Masonry and the MCAA have been productive and busy. Full story

masonry

Happy fall, y’all

Happy fall, y’all

As we usher in fall, our first thoughts go to the staples of the season: football games; leaves turning shades of red, orange and brown; and – oh yes – winterizing your jobsite. Full story

masonry

Majestic masonry

Majestic masonry

I recently was approached by the publisher of a new book that caught my eye. The book now is on my coffee table, gaining a lot of attention from all who pass by. Full story

masonry

What makes the saw industry tick

What makes the saw industry tick

We wanted a hard-nosed look at what makes the saw industry tick, so we went to three experts to get the real scoop on what has changed – and what hasn’t. Full story

masonry

Little town, big progress

Little town, big progress

I live in the small, North Georgia town of Cumming. With all its charm, this quaint city is exploding with growth – both residential and commercial. Full story

legislative

Why I attend

Why I attend

Masonry spoke to a few attendees to find out exactly why they do attend the MCAA Legislative Conference. Full story

masonry

A Federal facelift

A Federal facelift

On the cover of the July 2015 issue of Masonry, you’ll see the Mason Contractor’s Association of America’s South of 40 group in front of the U.S. Capitol building. Full story



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Bobby Gladu
Artisan Masonry, Inc.
MCAA member since 2017

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