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Work and Home: The Balancing Act
Yours truly has been writing articles for AWCI’s Construction Dimensions for a few years now, and I’ve asked our contractors literally hundreds of questions on many topics. Still, according to many, this was the toughest question I have ever asked.

How, I wanted to know, do you best balance work and home?

These are their answers.

On hearing the questions, Jerry Maxcy, vice... [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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