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October 5, 2005 8:57 AM CDT

Annual Meeting and Business Meetings of The Masonry Society


The Annual Meeting and Business Meetings of The Masonry Society (TMS) will be held in beautiful downtown Cincinnati, Oct. 13-18, 2005.

An exciting and educational program has been planned for your enjoyment and professional development. There will be numerous opportunities to learn about historic masonry, new masonry, and masonry systems of the future. The meetings will be held at the Hyatt Regency, which offers numerous amenities and will serve as a comfortable and economical forum. Plan to attend these significant meetings today!

General Sessions will be presented on many topics including: Cincinnati's Heritage in Masonry; The Ancient Masonry Temples at the city of Angkor, Cambodia; Terra Cotta Faades; Masonry Provisions in the IBC 2006 and the NFPA 5000; The Effect of ASCE 7-05 on the Design of Masonry Structures; A New High Wind Standard for Masonry from TMS?; A New Sound Transmission Standard for TMS? Proposed Updates; What We've Learned from the University Masonry Education Survey; Research in Seismic Resistant Masonry: Before, Now and Future; Developing Code Requirements for Stone Cladding; and many more.

Special Educational Seminars include: Designing to, and Overview of, the 2005 MSJC; Masonry Quality Assurance: Specifications & Inspection; and Investigating Disasters Workshop.

For more information on TMS or to register for the annual meeting, visit

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The Masonry Society is an international gathering of people interested in the art and science of masonry whose mission is to advance the knowledge of masonry. To learn more about who we are, what we do, and how you can be involved, visit


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