Masonry field

Masonry field

In brickwork, the expanse of wall between openings, composed principally of stretchers.
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ACI launched Masonry Field Testing Technician and Masonry Laboratory Testing Technician certification in 2014.
Study in the course allows an individual to prepare for employment and/or continued education in the masonry field. Included in Masonry I are units of study in student orientation, leadership and employability skills, safety, basic tools and equipment, basic math, masonry units, mortar, concrete, and rigging.
Many Texas masonry contractors offer 401k matching benefits and health insurance benefits, and are looking forward to employing young men and women entering the masonry field. Classes will be taught in English and Spanish in both the Grand Prairie and Houston locations.
The American Concrete Institute's new Masonry Field Testing Technician and Masonry Laboratory Testing Technician certification programs are based on content from ASTM specifications and suit candidates who can demonstrate technical knowledge and skills for masonry unit, mortar, grout, and prism sampling and testing.