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:

legislative

MCAA hits ‘The Hill’

MCAA hits ‘The Hill’

The MCAA held its annual South of 40 Conference and Legislative Conference in May in Washington, D.C. A healthy attendance at all events made the week a resounding success. Full story

news and events

No glass ceiling in masonry

No glass ceiling in masonry

Sometimes, state masonry associations climb to other heights. Case and point: the North Carolina Masonry Contractors Association. Full story

masonry

Steeped in history

Steeped in history

We all know that masonry, as a material, has a long, sturdy history. The aesthetic beauty is unrivaled, and green, sustainable qualities are plentiful, to boot. Full story

masonry

The greatest show on earth

The greatest show on earth

Guess who: a person with ice applied to sore knees, pulled back muscles, and more than 20 miles traveled by foot in about three days. Full story

masonry

Making the cut

Making the cut

A detailed review of many of the industry’s newest saw blades available to masons. Full story

careers

Investing in our future

Investing in our future

The MCAA, Skills USA, and many other organizations are digging in deep to assure the masonry industry will be stocked with skilled, talented mason contractors. Full story

masonry

Saws and saw blades review

Saws and saw blades review

Following is a review of some of the latest and greatest saws and saw blades available for your masonry jobsite arsenal. Full story

news and events

What a 'World'

What a 'World'

I recently returned from the World of Concrete/World of Masonry show in Las Vegas, and the word down the aisles was that business is still picking up. Full story

masonry

On the forefront

On the forefront

Since becoming editor of Masonry in 2007, I have seen our industry’s focuses shift and change – all in the direction of growth. Full story

masonry

The stories they could tell

The stories they could tell

I’ve been seeing them since I was a kid. On the side of the road, out in a field, and off beaten paths in the middle of the woods: the lone chimney. Full story

news and events

A ‘magical’ time

A ‘magical’ time

“All work and no play make Jack a dull boy.” Such is not the case with our vibrant Mason Contractors Association of America members. Full story

mcaa

Thanks, dad...

Thanks, dad...

As president of South Georgia Brick Co., my dad was passionate about masonry and all its beauty and strength. Here are few things my dad taught me. Full story

careers

The human factor

The human factor

I encourage you to extend your hand and your resources to masonry education and educators nationwide. Full story

masonry

Blast Window Retention Anchor Systems offer safety

Blast Window Retention Anchor Systems offer safety

CINTEC America of Baltimore says its Blast Window Retention Anchor Systems provide maximum resistance to explosions. Full story

careers

Facing the future

Facing the future

I remember those dreary reports, week after week, of tumbling construction employment numbers. For several years, the statistics grew increasingly dismal. Full story

masonry

Cutting to the chase

Cutting to the chase

No matter the task or function in question, the masonry saws industry has researched and developed the perfect saw for the job. Full story

masonry

Leaps and bounds

Leaps and bounds

Masonry has profiled eight software advancements and new products we think you’ll find useful. More and more, it’s a tech-lover’s world. Full story

masonry

To rent or to buy?

To rent or to buy?

It’s July already? How can that be? Summer is the perfect time for many things: beach trips, afternoons spent poolside, and – oh yeah – projects around the house. Full story

legislative

Making a difference

Making a difference

In order to be heard and make a difference, we, as MCAA members, must get in front of Members of Congress. It’s true. Full story

masonry

The best blade for the job

The best blade for the job

Saw blade technology continues to provide end-users with the utmost in cost-effective use, efficiency and a long life of the blade. Full story



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