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Category: Brick Masonry

Brick masonry is used for construction of buildings and other structures by using brick stone, stone blocks, brick blocks with different types of masonry.

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How to Monitor Stone and Brick Masonry Work?

How to Monitor Stone and Brick Masonry Work?

Masonry work indicates the construction of structures using building blocks like stones, bricks, concrete, etc. The process involves significant physical, mental, and temporal demands. High task demands increase the likelihood of errors, with implications for rework, safety, and productivity. ...

How to do Brickwork in Circular and Flat Arches? [PDF]

How to do Brickwork in Circular and Flat Arches? [PDF]

An arch is a curved structure that bridges an elevated or open space that supports heavy load and forces that act from above it. The construction of arches requires fine work and, therefore, skilled workmanship. This article shall explain ...

How to Construct Overhead Masonry Water Tank? [PDF]

How to Construct Overhead Masonry Water Tank? [PDF]

The terrace water storage tank is generally constructed using brick masonry, which is placed on an elevated platform to provide a reserve supply of water for daily house activities. The construction of a water storage tank with the use of ...

How to Construct a Manhole? [PDF]

How to Construct a Manhole? [PDF]

A manhole or an inspection chamber is an underground unit constructed to provide access to the utilities like a sewer system, drainage system, etc. Hence, with the help of a manhole, underground utilities are inspected, modified, cleaned, and maintained. ...

English Bond and Flemish Bond – Features & Difference

English Bond and Flemish Bond – Features & Difference

English bond and Flemish bond are the two most common brick masonry patterns used in wall construction. A brick construction pattern with alternate courses of brick laid as stretchers and headers forms an English bond. A flemish bond is ...