Three Companies Among the First to be Certified in New Masonry Certification Program
The MCAA has developed the national Masonry Certification program to provide customers with a tool to select mason contractors who are committed to quality and end user satisfaction. Quality of work and end user satisfaction is the foundation of the certification program. In addition, companies must renew their certification every three years.
"We congratulate these three companies in their commitment to be among the first to demonstrate their quality service. Our goal is to provide architects, designers, construction contractors and consumers with an easy way to select and specify professional mason contractors," said Jeff Buczkiewicz, Executive Director of MCAA. "Certification now gives them the tools to seek out contractors who have committed their entire firm to meet the stringent requirements of the program."
MCAA was incorporated in 1950. Its purpose is to help educate, train, and represent the mason contractor through various programs which aid members in maintaining their competitive edge versus other construction methods. For more information about certification or the MCAA, visit the Web site: certification.masoncontractors.org.
About the Author
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.