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The New Normal
Today, as always, the only true constant is change. At times, however, these changes slow their pace and settle for a while, and then we call them the current state of affairs.

But they never settle for long, it seems, and soon pick up speed again and what used to be normal no longer is. A good example of that, of course, is the recent downturn, when many good things we knew and loved fell by the... [more]

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AWCI's Construction Dimensions is where top professionals in the wall and ceiling business share contacts, peer reviews and best practices.

AWCI's Construction Dimensions is written and edited for acoustical, ceiling, drywall, EIFS, fireproofing, insulation, plaster, steel framing and stucco contractors, suppliers and distributors, manufacturers and those in allied trades.

Editorial coverage focuses on construction systems for the commercial and residential markets, how-to applications, new products and techniques, safety, business management & human resources, and information to help contractors.
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