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Technical Manuals

The Concrete Masonry Assosciation of Australia (CMAA) publishes manuals and documents relating to concrete blocks and concrete masonry walling - CM01 Concrete Masonry Handbook is suitable for students and MA55 Design and Construction of Concrete Masonry Buildings is aimed at assisting engineers, architects and builders with the design and construction of concrete masonry walls.

These publications are available free online (see below) as PDF documents (requires Acrobat Reader and plugin).

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CM01 - Concrete Masonry Handbook CM01 - Concrete Masonry Handbook

CM02 - Single-Leaf Masonry - Design Manual CM02 - Single-Leaf Masonry - Design Manual

CM03 - Concrete Masonry Structures - Cleaning and Maintenance CM03 - Concrete Masonry Structures - Cleaning and Maintenance

CM04 - Manufacture of Concrete Masonry CM04 - Manufacture of Concrete Masonry

MA55 - Design and Construction of Concrete Masonry Buildings MA55 - Design and Construction of Concrete Masonry Buildings

WorkCover NSW Publication - Masonry Wall Safety During Construction WorkCover NSW Publication - Masonry Wall Safety During Construction


Fire & Acoustic Technical Manual for Load Bearing & Non-load Bearing Walls

Disclaimer: The Concrete Masonry Association of Australia Limited is a non-profit organisation sponsored by the concrete masonry industry in Australia to provide information on the many uses of concrete masonry products. Since the information provided is intended for general guidance only and in no way replaces the service of professional consultants on particular projects, no liability can be accepted by the Association for its use. 

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