Tom Inglesby

Tom Inglesby is a San Diego-based freelance writer whose work has appeared in numerous online and print publications. He is the winner of the Construction Writers Association's 2002 Boger Award for Special Reports.

46 articles by Tom Inglesby:

masonry

Notes on the Back of a Board

safety

Climbing Without Falling

masonry

Profiling Isn't Always a Nasty Word

safety

Cold Man Winter Versus Your Equipment

masonry

The Bright Red String

masonry

Mixing Mortar for Properties - The Prescription Mortar Method

masonry

Mortar Mixers: More Than a Tub on Wheels

masonry

Block On Block: A Brief History of Segmental Retaining Walls

masonry

Raising Scaffolding's Return on Investment

masonry

Mixer Mania

masonry

Be Green, Keep it Clean

masonry

Is Too Much Enough?

masonry

Full-sized and Full of Power

masonry

Old Reliable

Old Reliable

When a product becomes a commodity, when there is little left to change, where can you find subtle differences? With masonry table saws, maybe overseas. Full story

masonry

More than Enough Functionality

More than Enough Functionality

Telehandlers could be a mason contractor's best choice for all-around versatility. Full story

masonry

Pour It In or Pump It In?

Pour It In or Pump It In?

Is pour-in insulation the way to go or should you hire the guys with the foam-in-place truck? This question turned into one of the most heated exchanges we've had at Masonry. Full story

masonry

Computer System Basics

masonry

Getting Technical - Looking 'Inside the Box'

Getting Technical - Looking 'Inside the Box'

Handy with tools? Like to see what makes a machine tick? Then maybe you are ready for an easy challenge: building your next office computer. Full story

masonry

Pass the Post, Please

masonry

Trimming Stone, Cutting Costs



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