Software for Masonry Design Buffalo NY

The trowel, level, and mixer are essential tools for masonry in Buffalo. Increasingly, so are the personal computer and the growing selection of software to aid in masonry design.Now in most architectural and engineering offices, computers make it easier to design with and specify masonry.

DM Padovano Construction
(716) 553-7447
320 Irvington Dr
Tonawanda, NY
 
E J Militello Concrete Inc
(716) 636-2288
6465 Transit Rd
East Amherst, NY
 
Prima Plastering Inc
(631) 427-8699
77 Soundview Rd
Huntington, NY
 
Dbl Masonry
(518) 577-2186
26b College View Dr
Albany, NY
 
SLR Industries Inc.
(631) 893-3934
411 Broadway
West Babylon, NY
Services
Patios, Driveways, Walks, Pools
Hours
7am to 530pm

Ajax Smith, Inc.
(716) 877-1126
4000 River Rd.
Tonawanda, NY
 
Nys Concrete Masonry Assoc
(518) 464-1806
6 Airline Dr Ste 102
Albany, NY
 
Chimney Wizards
(518) 427-7603
100 Lark St
Albany, NY
 
Pls Construction Co
(315) 876-0978
213 Grand Ave #1
Syracuse, NY
 
Summit Paving and Masonry
(631) 464-7054
30 Kelsey Ave
Huntington Station, NY
Services
Stone Masonry Construction, Masonry Construction, Masonry Services, Walkways, Drains, Hardscapes, Stone Steps, Masonry Company, Asphalt, Paving, Patios, Pools, Stamped Concrete, Pavers, Driveways, Masonry Work, Retaining Walls, Concrete Repair, Asphalt Repair, Paving Service, Masonry Service, Parking Lots, Overlays, Drainage Systems, Stoops, Waterfalls, Steps, Private Roads, Garage Slabs, Foundations, Excavation, Curbs, Stucco Work, Power Washing, Seal Coating
Hours
Open 7 days a week from 7:00am-7:30pm
Membership Organizations
Licensed, Insured, and Bonded.

Software for Masonry Design

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Source: Masonry Construction
Publication date: February 1, 1993

By Michael Chusid

Abstract: The trowel, level, and mixer are essential tools for masonry. Increasingly, so are the personal computer and the growing selection of software to aid in masonry design.Now in most architectural and engineering offices, computers make it easier to design with and specify masonry. Dynamic modelling, finite element analysis, and other techniques not practical without computers enable engineers to study specific design loads and conditions and use masonry in ways not previously possible.

Computer-aided design (CAD) allows designers to experiment with decorative brick patterns and other special treatments.Where masonry construction methods were once relatively standardized, today's variety of masonry systems has increased the importance of clear construction documents. Reinforced masonry, insulated walls, veneer systems, and high-performance fire-rated or acoustically rated systems each require careful attention to detailing and specifying. Software can lead designers step-by-step through the detailing process. The directory of software provided indicates the variety of software designers have from which to choose.

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