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Jeff Buczkiewicz

Jeff Buczkiewicz is the President and CEO of the Mason Contractors Association of America. Jeff has worked in the masonry industry for several years as the Executive Vice President of the Building Stone Institute and the Director of Marketing and Membership for the Mason Contractors Association of America. Jeff has also served as Secretary on the Board of the Natural Stone Council and is a former Board Member of the StonExpo Federation.

209 articles by Jeff Buczkiewicz:

safety

Construction industry voices concerns with silica rule

Construction industry voices concerns with silica rule

The Construction Industry Safety Coalition (CISC) has concerns with the final rule on respirable crystalline silica released today by OSHA. Full story

safety

Final silica rule released

Final silica rule released

The new silica rule was rolled out this morning by OSHA. Our initial take is mixed. There are changes to the rule and some seem positive. Full story

careers

Masonry industry workforce development efforts

Masonry industry workforce development efforts

After a very prolonged recession, the construction industry, in general, has had to deal with a different issue: not having enough well-qualified tradesmen. Full story

legislative

2016 Masonry Industry Legislative Conference

2016 Masonry Industry Legislative Conference

The Masonry Industry Legislative Conference will be held May 17-19, 2016 in Washington, D.C. Full story

legislative

Silica call to action

Silica call to action

The MCAA is working to get language into a House bill that would support Senate bill language to require OSHA to do more research and prove the need for new silica legislation. Full story

mcaa

Why a Masonry Foundation?

Why a Masonry Foundation?

There are so many benefits and reasons why our industry needs a robust and healthy foundation and perpetual endowment. Full story

legislative

OSHA Silica Rulemaking

OSHA Silica Rulemaking

The MCAA and its members are urged to contact Ranking Members of the US House and Senate Appropriations Committee asking them to support the Hoeven Amendment Language. Full story

legislative

The importance of advocacy

The importance of advocacy

We often get asked if we think that our presence in D.C. makes a difference. Our presence in D.C. is only as strong as our industry’s ability to work at a grassroots level. Full story

industry news

Sam McGee passes

Sam McGee passes

It is with great sadness that we announce that Samuel Alexander McGee of McGee Brothers Company, Monroe, North Carolina passed away Wednesday evening. Full story

safety

New SDS Program

New SDS Program

As you may be aware, OSHA is working on re-developing their Haz Com program and moving to a new SDS program. Full story

legislative

‘Flying In’ new members

‘Flying In’ new members

I am writing this article after returning home from Washington, D.C., after a great Legislative Conference for the MCAA. I can truly say that this year’s was the best one yet. Full story

mcaa

MCAA Key Accomplishments 2014-2015

MCAA Key Accomplishments 2014-2015

The MCAA’s involvement on all fronts (from regulatory reform to education and training) continues to ensure the survivability and viability of our industry for generations to come. Full story

legislative

Legislative Conference deadline approaching

Legislative Conference deadline approaching

The Masonry Industry Legislative Conference will be held May 13-14, 2015 in Washington, D.C. Full story

legislative

Legislative Conference one month away

Legislative Conference one month away

The Masonry Industry Legislative Conference will be held May 13-14, 2015 in Washington, D.C. Full story

safety

New study finds that OSHA officials underestimated cost of silica rule for construction industry by $4.5 billion a year

New study finds that OSHA officials underestimated cost of silica rule for construction industry by $4.5 billion a year

A new report released today by the Construction Industry Safety Coalition found that the OSHA proposed silica standards will cost the construction industry $5 billion per year. Full story

legislative

2015 Masonry Industry Legislative Conference

2015 Masonry Industry Legislative Conference

The Masonry Industry Legislative Conference will be held May 13-14, 2015 in Washington, D.C. Full story

mcaa

MCAA Key Accomplishments 2013-2014

MCAA Key Accomplishments 2013-2014

The MCAA’s involvement on all fronts (from regulatory reform to education and training) continues to ensure the survivability and viability of our industry. Full story

legislative

Legislative Conference deadline approaching

Legislative Conference deadline approaching

The 2014 Masonry Industry Legislative Conference will be held May 21-22, 2014 in Washington, D.C. Full story

safety

Recent Trends in OSHA Safety Forum

Recent Trends in OSHA Safety Forum

The MCAA Safety Committee will host the next open Safety Forum webinar on silica on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 at 3:00 PM CDT. Full story

news and events

Register now for the 2014 MCAA South of 40 Conference

Register now for the 2014 MCAA South of 40 Conference

The The MCAA is very excited to announce that the South 40 Conference, held the day before the Masonry Industry Legislative Conference, is going to be a spectacular event. Full story



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Grant Contracting Co., Inc.
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