Producer Members of CMACN
Producer members of CMACN are individuals, partnerships or corporations which are actively engaged in the manufacture and sale of concrete masonry units.
American Institute of Architects California Council (AIACC)
The American Institute of Architects, California Council (AIACC) is the nation’s largest state architectural organization, representing more than 9,000 architects on issues of statewide importance to the public and profession.
Arizona Masonry Council (AMC)
The AMC has a long-standing commitment to education, supporting programs for architectural and engineering students as well as providing educational programs for the general public. The AMC website was established for both consumers and contractors to promote the quality use of masonry materials, workmanship, designs and codes for the residential and commercial construction markets
ASTM International is one of the largest voluntary standards development organizations in the world-a trusted source for technical standards for materials, products, systems, and services. Known for their high technical quality and market relevancy, ASTM International standards have an important role in the information infrastructure that guides design, manufacturing and trade in the global economy.
California Nevada Cement Association
A member of the Pacific Southwest Concrete Alliance, CNCA promotes the expanded use of high quality portland cement concrete products throughout California and Nevada. CNCA organizes and participates in educational seminars and workshops, training programs and demonstration projects. The Council’s staff can also provide technical assistance on a wide range of topics.
Southeast Concrete Masonry Association (SCMA)
The Southeast Concrete Masonry Association is a non-profit trade association formed to promote the quality use of masonry materials, technical data, the economics / advantages & many uses of masonry, designs and codes for the residential and commercial construction markets.
Florida Concrete & Products Association (FC&PA)
The FC&PA is a multifaceted trade association headquartered in Orlando, Fla. It represents companies statewide that produce ready-mixed concrete, concrete pipe, cement, aggregate (limestone and sand), concrete masonry and admixtures (chemicals) for concrete. FC&PA is actively involved in marketing, promotions, training and education. Routinely our regional promotional committees sponsor product demonstrations, training seminars and education opportunities for our customers – both present and prospective.
Georgia Ready Mixed Concrete Association (GRMCA)
The Georgia Ready Mixed Concrete Association was formed in 1968 by a merger of the Georgia Concrete Masonry Association and the Georgia Ready Mixed Concrete Association.
Today, GRMCA members are taking advantage of the valuable services provided by their Association. In addition to producers of ready mixed concrete and concrete block, suppliers of products and services to the industry are extremely involved in planning the Association’s many programs.
International Code Council (ICC)
The International Code Council, a membership association dedicated to building safety and fire prevention, develops the codes used to construct residential and commercial buildings, including homes and schools. Most U.S. cities, counties and states that adopt codes choose the International Codes developed by the International Code Council.
Masonry Advisory Council
The Masonry Advisory Council is dedicated to providing the public with as much general and technical information as possible about masonry design and detailing . The core of their website is the technical library in which one may find several popular technical documents available to read online.
Masonry and Ceramic Tile Institute of Oregon
The Masonry and Ceramic Tile Institute of Oregon is the technical resource center and promotional voice of the local masonry and ceramic tile industry.
The Institute maintains a complete library on masonry and ceramic tile design and installation. We are actively involved in research and testing to improve materials and construction techniques. We work closely with other key industry organizations to develop and improve building codes and standards while providing maximum protection to life and property.
Masonry Institute of America
The MIA is active in California and throughout the United States in the development of national building codes, promoting new ideas and masonry work, improving existing building codes, conducting research projects, presenting design, construction and inspection seminars and writing technical and non-technical papers, all for the purpose of improving the masonry industry.
Masonry Institute of Iowa (MII)
A masonry association of Iowa commercial masonry and Iowa residential masonry companies serving the masonry industry.
Masonry Institute of Michigan (MIM)
The Masonry Institute of Michigan, Inc. is dedicated to the promotion and advancement of the masonry industry. The Institute provides information to the industry and public, indiscriminately. The Institute’s goal is to promote quality masonry, quality masonry units and materials, functional and efficient designs, and quality workmanship.
The Masonry Society (TMS)
The Masonry Society is an international gathering of people interested in the art and science of masonry. It is a professional, technical, and educational association dedicated to the advancement of knowledge on masonry.
Mid-Atlantic Masonry Association (MAMA)
The Mid-Atlantic Masonry Association (MAMA) was formed in 2013 to disseminate information and promote the use of masonry in all aspects in the market area. Formerly the Masonry Institute, it services the geographic areas of Maryland, Washington DC, Northern Virginia, New Jersey and Delaware through a direct affiliation with the Pennsylvania Concrete Masonry Association, which originated in 1969.
Minnesota Concrete Masonry Association (MCMA)
Founded in 1953, the Minnesota Concrete Masonry Association is a not for profit organization of concrete masonry products producers and associated industry suppliers throughout Minnesota. The association works to promote awareness of the benefits of concrete masonry to builders, consumers and the design community.
National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA)
The National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA) is the national trade association representing the concrete masonry industry.
Nebraska Masonry Alliance
The Nebraska Masonry Alliance is a non-profit trade association formed to promote the quality use of masonry materials, technical data, the economics / advantages & many uses of masonry, designs and codes for the residential and commercial construction markets in the state of Nebraska.
New England Concrete Masonry Association (NECMA)
The New England Concrete Masonry Association is a professional association of dynamic vision, united and committed to the growth and success of our industry through promotion, education and innovation. Their goal is to promote concrete masonry as the preferred building and landscaping system.
New York State Concrete Masonry Association
NYSCMA is a professional association committed to the growth and success of our industry through education and training, market development, and innovation. NYSCMA develops and delivers a wide range of education and training programs designed to facilitate technology transfer to architects, engineers, masons, contractors and association Producer and Associate members.
North Dakota Ready Mix & Concrete Products Association
The North Dakota Ready Mix & Concrete Products Association has a mission to promote the effective use of concrete through its staff, members and affiliates. Its resources are available to help in a technical or informational manner, especially through technical literature and hands-on help through the Marketing Director.
The Pennsylvania Concrete Masonry Association (PCMA)
The Pennsylvania Concrete Masonry Association was formed in 1969 as a trade association dedicated to support, promote and expand the use of concrete masonry and other related products within the state. It is our intention to be involved in every area that concrete masonry touches. Such areas include Vo-Tech development of future masons, ongoing testing and development of masonry products, and marketing to design specification and construction professionals through direct mail, public relations, advertising, and personal contact. Building codes and legislation also require effective input and energies.
The Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute (RMMI)
RMMI is proud to carry on Colorado’s masonry tradition through education and outreach. They are a consortium of more than 100 manufacturers, contractors, suppliers and associate members located throughout Colorado and Wyoming. Their mission is to increase the understanding and use of masonry in homes, schools, and commercial building projects throughout the Rocky Mountain Region. They also work to enhance everyone’s awareness and appreciation of the beauty, durability, and environmental friendliness of brick, block and stone.
Texas Masonry Council (TMC)
The Texas Masonry Council is a group of masonry contractors and suppliers in the state of Texas working together to promote the expanded use and the benefits of masonry. Architects and students in the state of Texas who are involved in strengthening and growing the masonry industry may also be members of the association.
Utah Masonry Council (UMC)
The Utah Masonry Council is dedicated to making a positive difference in Utah’s masonry industry.
Wisconsin Masonry Alliance (WMA)
The mission of WMA is to expand the market for masonry in both commercial and residential landscape and building projects. WMA promotes awareness of the advantages of masonry as a quality building and landscaping method.WMA programs provide designers, architects and engineers with the tools and knowledge to become proficient in the design of various masonry systems. Masonry and Hardscaping – a valuable partnership of design, durability and function.