Amerimix
BMJ Stone
Echelon Masonry
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
Tradesmen's Software, Inc.

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

The Value of Restoration

The Value of Restoration

The next time you look at a building that isn’t as young as it used to be, remember the value of restoration. Full story

industry news

State of the Industry: Cranes and Compact Equipment

State of the Industry: Cranes and Compact Equipment

We talked with two experts in the cranes and compact equipment industries to continue to measure the impact of this economy on the masonry industry. Full story

masonry

Stability

Stability

Even in the midst of such an unstable economic climate, many businesses in our industry have stabilized. Full story

safety

Protecting Yourself

Protecting Yourself

As a mason contractor, you and your workers come into contact with potentially harmful equipment and situations daily. Full story

masonry

Never Back Down

Never Back Down

One goal I constantly strive toward is maintaining a positive attitude regarding the economy and the construction industry, in general. Full story

news and events

The Growth of Greenbuild

The Growth of Greenbuild

Given the continuous discussion about building green, it's no surprise that the Greenbuild International Conference & Expo has grown into a large, dynamic event. Full story

masonry

Green Getting its Due

Green Getting its Due

The construction industry is making the effort to understand LEED requirements and what it truly means to build green. Full story

masonry

Stories in Stone

Stories in Stone

I was introduced to another fantastic book recently, “Stories in Stone: Travels Through Urban Geology” by David B. Williams. Full story

legislative

A Mason Contractor’s Role in Politics

A Mason Contractor’s Role in Politics

If you could directly apply your experience as a mason contractor and business person to positively affect your community, would you? Full story

masonry

Insight on Mortars, Mixtures and Staining

Insight on Mortars, Mixtures and Staining

Masonry talked with three leaders in the mortars, mixtures and staining industries to learn how their companies are surviving a tough economy and planning for the future. Full story

safety

A Little Safer?

A Little Safer?

The ASSE has unveiled new workplace fall prevention standards. Full story

industry news

Brick Bandits

Brick Bandits

The Old Virginia Gang wreaked havoc on businesses in North Fulton and North DeKalb counties for 18 months, breaking into stores and homes. Full story

industry news

State of the Scaffolding Industry

State of the Scaffolding Industry

Executives from three scaffolding companies answered a few questions to offer insight to their current business practices and philosophies. Full story

masonry

The Making of a Mason

The Making of a Mason

Have you ever stopped to think about how your profession came to be, or how long masons have been around? Full story

legislative

Hope on the Horizon

Hope on the Horizon

Now that the Obama administration is in place, many Americans are sitting back and waiting to see what will happen with a cautious optimism. Full story

masonry

Greening Your Office

Greening Your Office

We talk a lot about going green through the building materials and methods we choose. But are you operating your office using green practices? Full story

masonry

Laying the Last Brick

Laying the Last Brick

"The Hod Carrier: Leadership Lessons Learned on a Ladder" by Mark Kimbell talks about the principles he learned during his days of carrying a heavy hod of bricks up a ladder. Full story

masonry

How Many People Have to Die?

How Many People Have to Die?

How random are most accidents? My feeling is that many accidents can be avoided, if the parties involved use common sense, forethought and preventive safety measures. Full story

masonry

Promoting our Industry

Promoting our Industry

Given our shaky economy and the challenges we face from sky-high fuel prices, it's more important than ever that we encourage the use of masonry throughout the country. Full story

legislative

Climbing 'The Hill'

Climbing 'The Hill'

Does it really matter if a group of industry professionals converge on Capitol Hill to voice concerns? You bet. Full story



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