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Civil Engineering Department at the University of
Colorado Denver hosted the 12th North American
Masonry Conference on May 17-20, 2015.
The 12th North
American Masonry Conference was hosted by the Civil
Engineering Department of the University of Colorado
Denver and was lead by
Dr. Frederick Rutz, University of Colorado Denver (UCD)
Michael Schuller, Atkinson-Noland & Associates (ANA),
with local support from the Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute (RMMI).
The Masonry Society coordinated the NAMC and served
as its primary sponsor along with
support from the
masonry technical community.
The North American Masonry Conference (NAMC) served as a forum for the
exchange of scientific, engineering, architectural, construction, evaluation,
and repair information on masonry. The conference included technical papers and
sessions, panel discussions, and other methods of
information exchange. An NAMC, which is organized by The Masonry Society and a local hosting
University, is now held every four years (up through the 8th NAMC in 1999 it was
held every three years).
The Masonry Society is soliciting proposals for the 13th
North American Masonry Conference until July 31, 2015.
If you have interest in possibly hosting the conference
that would be held in 2019 please contact
provide a technical forum for presentation of
scientific, engineering, and architectural
information relative to masonry products and masonry
provide for a Proceedings to act as a permanent
record of scholarly technical papers related to
provide a forum for engineers, architects,
contractors, producers, suppliers and others
interested in masonry to exchange information and
network with each other
provide a forum to educate designers about the
effective use of masonry
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