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Case Study: Lovness Estate in Stillwater, Minnesota

MASONRY Magazine takes a inside look at Lovness Estate, a mid-century modern home physically built stone-by-stone by Don and Virginia Lovness in about 1957. Full story

History of Masonry

From the pyramids to the Great Wall of China, some of the world's most significant achievements have been built with masonry.


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Masonry Projects

Discover the beauty and versatility of brick, block and stone by browsing hundreds of commercial, educational, residential, governmental, instituational, and restoration masonry buildings and hardscapes across the country in our masonry gallery.


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Why Masonry

Masonry is elemental. Its past is still with us preserved in great wonders of the world. Its present is all around us.


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Benefits of Masonry

When it comes to life safety, cost-benefits analysis, and mold resistance, using a masonry system is the way to go.


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BIM-M

BIM-M is an effort to implement masonry materials and systems into BIM software for the design and construction industries.


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American Treasures: The Washington National Cathedral

American Treasures: The Washington National Cathedral

The MCAA and Masonry had the privilege of touring the Washington National Cathedral with Joe Alonso, Head Stone Mason of the building and Jim Shepherd, Director of Preservation and Facilities. Full story

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Case Study: Phoenix Coding Academy

Case Study: Phoenix Coding Academy

MASONRY Magazine takes a look at the Phoenix Union High School District Coding Academy, a specialized school dedicated to computer coding for up to 400 students. Full story

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Case Study: Levine Residence

Case Study: Levine Residence

MASONRY Magazine takes a look at the Levine Residence, a contemporary home with a classic design in Scottsdale, Ariz. Full story

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Onboarding New Employees Is Good for Business

Onboarding New Employees Is Good for Business

Proper onboarding can help make a good first impression. It also sets the tone on your expectations for new employees. Full story