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Justin Breithaupt, Jr.

Justin Breithaupt, Jr. is the owner of Non-Stop Scaffolding, Inc. He has been involved with elevating scaffolding and the masonry business since 1975, when his father invented a tower scaffolding system for their own masonry business. Visit www.nonstopscaffolding.com for more information on Non-Stop Scaffolding, Inc.

8 articles by Justin Breithaupt, Jr.:

masonry

We Have a Production Problem

We Have a Production Problem

Justin Breithaupt, owner of Non-Stop Scaffolding, discusses productivity within the workforce and what can be done to increase it. He identifies the problem and provides a solution. Full story

masonry

Scaffolding production enhancers

Scaffolding production enhancers

A look at jobsite techniques and equipment that can help boost your bottom line. Full story

masonry

Tough spot #47: Elevator shafts

Tough spot #47: Elevator shafts

Scaffolding industry veteran Justin Breithaupt discusses the project “tough spot” of the elevator shaft. Full story

masonry

Scaffolding systems

Scaffolding systems

If your company is just starting out or already established and looking to improve, choosing the right scaffolding system is a major decision that will affect your operation. Full story

safety

Good to know

Good to know

Crank-up type scaffolding falls under the ANSI A10.8 (2011) Scaffold Standard, Section 24, which is enforced by OSHA as if it were in the OSHA regulations. Full story

safety

What OSHA really looks for

What OSHA really looks for

OSHA issues related to scaffolding are the majority of OSHA citations for mason contractors. Learn where to get the information you need, and what OSHA looks for. Full story

masonry

Scaffolding tricks for tight job sites

Scaffolding tricks for tight job sites

The surprise winner: Elevating scaffolding proves to be the king of cut-up jobs. Six pros talk about tight sites. Full story

masonry

Scaffolding: Staying Afloat in 2010

Scaffolding: Staying Afloat in 2010

Modern scaffolding gives a powerful competitive advantage. Full story



 

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