Monthly Archives: June 2017

Architect Randy Case Earns MAF Leadership Award

June 22, 2017

Tireless commitment to educating a future generation of architectural advocates, and to making programs that enrich our lives a success are among the outstanding things you can say about architect Randy Case, AIA. The Michigan Architectural Foundation (MAF) is proud to announce that Randy is the 2017 recipient of MAF's Leadership Award - and with…
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Energy Modeling Compliance Path

June 19, 2017

From The Masonry Society E-News Brief June 15, 2017 SMART dynamics of masonry As the energy code requires more reductions in energy consumption, Dr. Mark McGinley from University of Louisville explains how single wythe masonry walls continue to be an efficient envelope enclosure for three types of buildings: warehouses, big box, and supermarkets, when using…
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Forum Educates for Resilient Construction

June 19, 2017

From NCMA's eNews June 15, 2017 Capitol Hill Advocates attended The BuildStrong Coalition, which held its 2017 National Thought Leaders Forum on Capitol Hill on behalf of NCMA. The Forum convened industry experts and public officials to assess the power of disaster resiliency in construction to save lives and taxpayers dollars and explore solutions and…
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Silica Train-the-Trainer Course in Detroit

June 8, 2017

From MCAA June 7, 2017 I wanted to drop you a quick e-mail to bring to your attention the silica train the trainer program we will be conducting in Detroit, MI on August 15th.  This class has been developed by the MCAA in conjunction with a law firm that is very familiar with the new…
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