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McGraw-Hill Education, Mar 22, 2002 - House & Home - 320 pages
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* The ultimate guide to bricklaying for beginner through professional
* Step-by-step instructions throughout
* Techniques and trade skills: damp-proof courses, cavity brickwork, block-laying, arches, windows, fireplaces and more
* Complete projects for brick kitchens, outdoor barbeques, steps, and spiral design
* All measurements featured in metric and imperial (U.S.) standards

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I've got this book I think but with a different cover. There's some ugly bloke on the front of mine. I think this is a great book and I often use it as a reference when I'm not sure about something. It's helped me a great deal in my career. Good on you Peter Cartwright.

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About the author (2002)

PETER CARTWRIGHT of Queensland, Australia, completed a two-year apprenticeship program in 1975 that required residential, high-rise, ornamental, arch and church, and commercial construction mastery. He earned the title Apprentice of the Year in 1975 and upon completion of the program began his own business which continues to this day.

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