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CMU

Abbreviation for:
Commercial Medicines Unit, see there (Medspeak-UK)
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Angelus Block has been manufacturing concrete masonry products in Southern California since 1946, and is currently the largest-capacity producer of concrete masonry units and pavers.
Caption: Honed and split face concrete masonry units contrast with natural sandstone and stucco accents.
Under terms of the agreement, Accurate Image Marketing will be an authorized reseller and will represent Verifi Accurate Web Color for brick, architectural block, concrete, various other concrete masonry units, EIFS (exterior insulated finishing systems), and other finishing materials for the construction industry globally.
The building has a base story constructed of concrete masonry units with a rough hewn texture and, on the rear facade, upper stories of square windows set in brick.
Caption: Amiron pigments suit concrete masonry units and ready mixed concrete.
The company produces paving stones, segmental retaining wall units and other Oaks-branded concrete masonry units at Brampton, Markham and Milton, Ontario plants--all on the Toronto periphery--and in Wixom, Mich.
The new program, known as "F'm2000 -- The NYSCMA Assurance of Quality Program," has been introduced state-wide by the NYSCMA to ensure consistent availability of high strength concrete masonry units to builders in New York.
Experts profile EPDs and how producers can measure and communicate the environmental impact of concrete masonry units, and what industry resources are available to ease document preparation.
19 /PRNewswire/ -- Wednesday night, Congress passed legislation that stops an effort to use federal procurement policy to force the concrete masonry industry to convert the size of concrete masonry units sold for use in federal government construction.
National Concrete Masonry Association staff is working on simplified fire loading finite element models, capturing the thermal effects of applied heat to concrete masonry units.
Palestine was established in 1946 and has grown to be one of the major producers of Concrete Masonry Units in the northern Texas region.