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THE DIGITAL EDITION
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The Three-Part Rule for Moisture Management
By John Koester
The three-part rule of moisture management is to “get moisture off of, out of and away from a construction detail as quickly as possible.” However, we are left with the nagging questions: Off to where? Out to where? Away to where?
Building Information Modeling
Masonry and BIM
By David Biggs and Jennifer Morrell
If BIM is to be the go-to building concept, then masonry needs to be in the fold. Several organizations and associations are forging the way to make it happen.
Air Barriers: Impermeable or Permeable?
By Jane Wu
No building design today is complete without a continuous air barrier. However, architects and engineers are faced with the challenge of selecting an air barrier from the many types available, including the choice between vapor permeable and vapor impermeable air barriers.
Lightweight Block, Heavyweight Benefits
By Don Eberly and Laura Drotleff
At the Maryland Science Center, 24-inch-long lightweight concrete masonry units paid for themselves by saving masons half the labor.
Vernon S. Broyles Jr. Leadership Center
Edited by Cory Sekine-Pettite
Knitting repurposed historic dormitory with new construction creates cost-effective facility with LEED gold certification.
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