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Upcoming Events

March 4, 2015

11:30 - 1:00

Take-Out Talk - Architectural

"Through-Wall Flashing"

Presented By: Craig Wetmore, CSI, CDT
York Flashings

AGC Classroom at 686 Mariposa Street

 

March 11, 2015

11:30 - 1:00

Take-Out Talk - Engineering

"Calculating Shear Wall Deflections"

Presented By: Michael Schuler, P.E.
Atkinson-Noland & Assoc.

AGC Classroom at 686 Mariposa Street

 

April 1, 2015

11:30 - 1:00

Take-Out Talk - Architectural

"Build Dry Single-Wythe Masonry Walls"

Presented By: Diane Travis, former Director,
Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute

AGC Classroom at 686 Mariposa Street

 

May 6, 2015

11:30 - 1:00

Take-Out Talk - Architectural

"RMMI Technical Calls Revisited"

Presented By: Brett Terry, Technical Director,
Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute

AGC Classroom at 686 Mariposa Street

 

UPCOMING

May 17-20, 2015

12th North American Masonry Conference

Masonry: Science • Craft • Art

For more info visit the NAMC website: www.masonrysociety.org/namc

"The Masonry Society"
Advancing the Knowledgge of Masonry

Hosted By: Colorado University, Denver
Department of Civil Engineering

 

 


 

 

 

Rocky-Mountain-Masonry-Institute

 

 

Contact Information:

686 Mariposa Street

Denver, CO 80204

(303) 893-3838

Bret Terry

Executive/Technical Director

bret@rmmi.org

 

 

 

Question Of The Month

Q. What is the proper way to judge a masonry wall?

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Adhered Stone Veneer Guide

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White Paper on Water Repellant Single Wythe Masonry download pdf

Texas Tech article on safe building construction download pdf

Soundwall Design Guide

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What Is Masonry Anyway?

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