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Masonry Construction Supervisor (2015-10-02)

A Masonry Only Construction Supervisor is responsible for directly supervising individuals (including self) who are engaged in construction, reconstruction, alteration, repair, removal or demolition involving the elements of fireplaces, chimneys, required means of egress stairs of masonry, masonry retaining walls deemed to be a threat to public safety, health or welfare and that retain four feet or more of unbalanced fill, and other masonry structures for which a building permit is required, so long as such is not governed by construction control provisions of the Massachusetts Basic Building Code. A masonry only license is not sufficient for the construction of masonry buildings. Supervision of such work would require possession of at least a restricted construction supervisor license, dependent upon the scope of work.

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