Leland Eckard (second from right) receives the NCMA 2015 Concrete Masonry Design Award of Excellence/Award of Merit/Commercial Division.
Leland Eckard (second from right) receives the NCMA 2015 Concrete Masonry Design Award of Excellence/Award of Merit/Commercial Division.
July 21, 2016 2:30 PM CDT

Statesville Brick Hosts NCMCA Chapters

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North Carolina Masonry Contractors Association President Bob Gates (left) was on hand when Ray Love (second from left) representing the National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA) and Adams, an Oldcastle company, presented Leland Eckard (second from right) of Master Masonry an NCMA 2015 "Concrete Masonry Design Award of Excellence/Award of Merit/Commercial Division" for Master Masonry's work on the new chapel at Lenoir-Rhyne University in Hickory.

On the right is Sonny Rankin of Statesville Brick Company, who hosted the June meetings of the NCMCA Metrolina and Western Carolina Chapters at their Lake Norman conference center. It was noted that Statesville Brick provided the brick for the LR chapel project, which also won a "Brick in Architecture Gold Award" from the Brick Industry Association (BIA.) Adams, an Oldcastle company, provided the concrete masonry units.


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Lynn Nash is the Executive Vice President for the North Carolina Masonry Contractors Association.

 

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