Mark Kemp

Mark Kemp is the President and CEO of Superior Masonry Builders, Inc. in Butler, Wisc. He has served as an officer on the Executive Board and Region D Vice President for the Mason Contractors Association of America.

37 articles by Mark Kemp:

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Striving to reach perfection and continually improving

Striving to reach perfection and continually improving

Did you ever belong to something, but not feel you were a part of it? Well, the easiest way to overcome this is by putting yourself out there and getting involved. Full story

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Hitting the road and making a difference

Hitting the road and making a difference

July brought a lot of exciting things for MCAA as well as a lot of air miles. Let’s start with the trip to Dallas for The Masonry Foundation. Full story

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Staying busy for you

Staying busy for you

So, I hope everyone had a great July 4th, but also took some time to remember how fortunate we are to have our freedoms. Full story

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2014 MCAA Midyear Meeting

2014 MCAA Midyear Meeting

It’s time to mark your calendars for MCAA’s Midyear Meeting, Sept. 10-13, in my hometown of Milwaukee. Full story

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MCAA Midyear Meeting approaching

MCAA Midyear Meeting approaching

We are now up to 195 co-sponsors in the House and 20 co-sponsors in the Senate on the Check-Off Program. By the time you read this, I would expect more to have signed on. Full story

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MCAA staying busy and making progress

MCAA staying busy and making progress

I was invited to Virginia by the North Carolina Mason Contractors Association to be one of a five-guest panel. Full story

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Be a voice in your industry

Be a voice in your industry

One battle we are fighting is OSHA’s proposed new rule on silica. This rule, if passed, would cut the PEL in half. I spent a day listening to the arguments from both sides. Full story

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The MCAA is on the move

The MCAA is on the move

In April, I will be traveling to Washington D.C. for the proposed new silica rule, Florida to meet with the Canadian Contractors, and North Carolina for a Masonry Summit. Full story

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It’s all about helping each other

It’s all about helping each other

Wow, what a great convention! I am on the plane, heading back to Milwaukee and thinking about all the things MCAA has going for its members. Full story

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Ready for action

Ready for action

For those who do not know me, my name is Mark Kemp, and I am the CEO of Superior Masonry Builders Inc., located in Milwaukee, Wis., and yes, I am a cheese head. Full story

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Masonry Studio at UWM debuts

Masonry Studio at UWM debuts

On September 4, 2013 “Masonry Studio” made its debut to over 100 architecture students at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee's School of Architecture and Urban Planning. Full story

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MCAA Regional Report, Region D

MCAA Regional Report, Region D

2008 shows a lack of jobs available to the apprentices who have already completed the course. IUBAC still uses the facility for nationwide training sessions and more are scheduled. Full story

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MCAA Regional Report, Region D

MCAA Regional Report, Region D

We have had a great spring, summer and fall for construction. Manufacturing and Industrial work was coming back, but present economic turmoil could put this at risk. Full story

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MCAA Regional Report, Region D

MCAA Regional Report, Region D

MCAA Region D Report presented at the 2006 Masonry Showcase in Las Vegas, Nev. Full story

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MCAA Regional Report, Region D

MCAA Regional Report, Region D

MCAA Region D Report presented at the 2005 Masonry Showcase in Chicago, Ill. Full story

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MCAA Regional Report, Region D

MCAA Regional Report, Region D

MCAA Region D Report presented at the 2004 Midyear Meeting in San Antonio, Texas. Full story

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MCAA Regional Report, Region D

MCAA Regional Report, Region D

MCAA Region D Report presented at the 2004 Masonry Showcase in Las Vegas, Nev. Full story



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