Victory Masonry LLC
P O BOX 367
Green Cove Springs, Florida 32043
PCA report delves resilient construction at big picture, granular levels
Published: Thursday, 09 May 2019 10:13 Written by Concrete News
A new PCA report presents historical data, evidence from external sources, and structural material comparisons supporting the premise: Cast-in-place or precast concrete, or concrete masonry construction methods lead to longer lasting buildings owing to their ability to stand up to normal wear and tear plus resistance to extreme weather events.
“The Real Value of Resilient Construction” addresses design, engineering and life cycle criteria for owners and lawmakers or officials behind policy affecting public or private building design. "U.S. taxpayers cannot afford to continue building and rebuilding the way we did in the past. Strong, robust structures ensure community continuity and provide long lasting value for scarce taxpayer dollars," says PCA CEO Michael Ireland—emphasizing a position the industry has held as Congress and government agencies take stock of escalating post-disaster costs rooted in sub-par construction.
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Island Coast High School in Cape Coral, Florida has an opening for a
vocational brick and block masonry instructor for the 2019-2020 school
year. The instructor will be responsible for teaching students in both the
classroom and shop settings.
• A minimum of six years full-time or the equivalent of part-time
occupational experience in carpentry/building construction,
surveying, or trowel trades occupations.
• Applicants must have documentation of industry certification when
state or national industry certifications are available and applicable.
Compensation (per TALC Agreement The School District of Lee County):
• Starting Salary - $40,000
• 196-day calendar starting August 5, 2019
• Included benefits: Medical & Life Insurance
How to Apply:
Apply for the 2019-2020 Masonry position online by clicking the APPLY NOW button below.
Job Posting #20190755.
Please contact Rosie Perez (RoseanneAP@leeschools.net) if you’re
interested in learning more about this position.