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NECB Single Wythe Concrete Block Energy Study

Posted June 17, 2015

An Investigation of Alternative Energy Efficient Designs in Medium Sized Single Wythe Masonry Buildings The University of Louisville energy studies can be used by building owners, designers, and builders as guides to demonstrate and achieve cost-effective energy code compliance for buildings constructed with single wythe masonry walls. Click here to read the full story. Click ... Read More →

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CCMPA Leed Report

Posted June 16, 2015

Download the CCMPA LEED Report provided by Morrison Hershfield Consulting Engineers ... Read More →

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CCMPA Half Page Fire Ad

Posted May 29, 2015

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CCMPA What’s in your walls Ad

Posted May 22, 2015

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CCMPA Iceberg Ad

Posted May 20, 2015

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2015 CCMPA Fire Ad

Posted May 20, 2015

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Levy Letter for 2014

Posted December 01, 2013

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Operating Fund

Posted July 31, 2013

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Fire fighters risk their lives to protect us.

Posted November 28, 2012

They deserve a National Building Code that protects them. Fires today burn hotter and faster than ever before. Lightweight floor assemblies can now collapse 10 minutes into a blaze — just when fire fighters may be arriving and entering the premises, or when you may be exiting. Yet Canada’s National Building Code no longer treats ... Read More →

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Facts of Fire: Wood Burns. Block Protects.

Posted November 28, 2012

At an early age, we learn that concrete products protect us from fire – while wood burns. We apply this knowledge to simple things, like building campfires, and later, to building our homes and businesses. When it comes to minimizing the risks of fire – and containing the flames once they start – nothing protects ... Read More →