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National Concrete Masonry Association

The National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA), established in 1918, is the national trade association representing the concrete masonry industry. For more information visit www.ncma.org.

7 articles by National Concrete Masonry Association:

news and events

In Memoriam: John A. Heslip

In Memoriam: John A. Heslip

Previous NCMA President Mr. John Heslip has passed away. Read more about his efforts in the industry and more. Full story

masonry

Mason Contractors Stand with the Concrete Block Industry

Mason Contractors Stand with the Concrete Block Industry

Organizations representing our industry’s most critical partner, the contractors and masons who install our product, continue to lend their support to the national concrete masonry checkoff effort. Full story

masonry

CMU Checkoff Overview Video

CMU Checkoff Overview Video

A new short video describing our industry's efforts to establish a national checkoff program for concrete masonry products is now online. Full story

masonry

MCAA, PCA Pledge Support at Critical Campaign Phase

MCAA, PCA Pledge Support at Critical Campaign Phase

As our industry moves closer to establishing a national Concrete Masonry Checkoff, two key partners are pledging their support during this vital phase of our campaign. Full story

technical

Status of Tall Wood Buildings and Next Steps

Status of Tall Wood Buildings and Next Steps

We wanted to share a few key actions coming out of the hearings related to the proposal to incorporate high-rise, cross-laminated timber buildings into the next edition of the International Building Code. Full story

legislative

Keep the Public Safe From Tall Wood Buildings

Keep the Public Safe From Tall Wood Buildings

The ICC soon will vote on proposed code changes that among other things would allow tall wood buildings to be built up to 18 stories, despite a lack of rigorous scientific or in-the-field fire and structural testing. Full story

technical

Concrete masonry product rules released

Concrete masonry product rules released

ASTM International, with stakeholder input from the NCMA and other manufactured concrete product companies, has developed new Product Category Rules for concrete masonry. Full story



 

“With the MCAA as our guiding light, we will make a difference.”

Brandon Hartsell
Gates Construction Company, Inc.
MCAA member since 1994

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