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Industry Associations with initiatives in which we partner to maximize resources:

American Subcontractors Association of California (ASAC)
The mission of the American Subcontractors Association of California is to present a united front for construction subcontractors as their advocate before all the branches of government in California.
http://www.asacalif.com

Building Information Modeling for Masonry (BIM)
Benefits of BIM-M for Mason Contractors include increased opportunities for promoting masonry construction, tools for interactive scheduling and coordination, safety management tools, and interoperability tools for improved communications with architects and engineers and construction managers.
http://www.bimformasonry.org

Concrete Masonry Association of California and Nevada (CMACN)
The Concrete Masonry Association of California and Nevada (CMACN) is a non-profit professional organization established in October 1977, committed to strengthening the masonry industry in California and Nevada.
http://www.cmacn.org

International Masonry Institute (IMI)
The International Masonry Institute offers quality training for craftworkers, professional education for masonry contractors and free technical assistance to the design and construction communities. IMI is a strategic alliance between the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers (BAC) and their signatory contractors to promote quality masonry construction.
http://www.imiweb.org

Mason Contractors Association of America (MCAA)
The Mason Contractors Association of America (MCAA) is the national trade association representing mason contractors. The MCAA is committed to preserving and promoting the masonry industry by providing continuing education, advocating fair codes and standards, fostering a safe work environment, recruiting future manpower, and marketing the benefits of masonry materials.
http://www.masoncontractors.org

Masonry Advisory Council (MAC)
MAC is dedicated to providing the public with as much general and technical information as possible about masonry design and detailing. The core of their site is the technical library in which one may find several of the most popular technical documents available to read online. If you are looking for a brick distributor, concrete masonry supplier or mason contractor check out their industry directory.
http://www.maconline.org

Masonry Alliance for Codes and Standards (MACS)
MACS is a member-based association that consists of masonry-related industry professionals representing national, state, and regional producer associations, material suppliers, mason contractor organizations, and organized labor promotional groups whose goal is to ensure fair and equitable representation of masonry materials and practices in today’s building codes and standards.
http://www.masonryalliance.org

Masonry Industry Training Association (MITA)
The Masonry Industry Training Association is an organization composed of members from every level and facet of the masonry industry. MITA’s mission is to introduce and promote, to persons of all ages, careers in the masonry industry, and to provide opportunities through training to underprivileged and at-risk youth.
http://www.trainmason.org

Masonry Institute of America (MIA)
The Masonry Institute of America (founded in 1957) is a promotion, technical and research organization established to improve and extend the use of masonry. MIA is active in California and throughout the United States in the development of national building codes, promoting new ideas and masonry work, improving existing building codes, conducting research projects, presenting design, construction and inspection seminars and writing technical and non-technical papers, all for the purpose of improving the masonry industry.
http://www.masonryinstitute.org

Masonry Systems
MasonrySystems.org is a coalition of professionals from more than two dozen masonry associations. Their goal is to provide a unified source of inspiration and information about masonry design and construction, and to make it easier for architects, engineers, developers, school boards, and city officials to choose to use masonry for their buildings.
http://www.masonrysystems.org

MCA of San Diego
The Masonry Contractors' Association of San Diego and Imperial Counties represents the needs of Masonry Contractors throughout Southern California.
http://www.sandiegomca.com

National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA)
NCMA is the national trade association representing the producers and suppliers of the concrete masonry products. The Association’s mission, through nearly a century of advocacy, remains to advance, protect and promote the common interests of its members.
http://www.ncma.org

Scaffold & Access Industry Association (SAIA)
The Scaffold & Access Industry Association is committed to the safety, training and education of our industry. From Scaffold Contractors Association to Scaffold Industry Association and now the Scaffold & Access Industry Association, the organization has spanned 40 years of friendships, networking, best practices and industry-shaping initiatives.
http://www.saiaonline.org

The Masonry Foundation
The Masonry Foundation works on many projects to benefit the masonry industry including high quality education, in-depth research and overall promotion of the masonry industry.
http://www.masonryfoundation.org

The Masonry Society (TMS)
The Masonry Society is an international gathering of people interested in the art and science of masonry. We are a professional, technical, and educational association dedicated to the advancement of knowledge on masonry. TMS gathers and disseminates technical information through its committees, publications, codes and standards, educational programs, and conferences.
http://www.masonrysociety.org

Western States Clay Products Association (WSCPA)
Western States Clay Products Association was formed in 1962 by brick manufacturers in the Western United States to develop technical information for enhancing quality use of clay brick construction with special attention directed to the seismic performance of clay brick.
http://www.brick-wscpa.org

Why Masonry
Why Masonry? Because it's green, it's affordable, it's flexible and attractive, and it's safe. The website is provided to provide information on these masonry facts, as well as contact information for masonry producers and organizations.
http://www.whymasonry.org

American Subcontractors Association of California

Building Information Modeling for Masonry

Concrete Masonry Association of California and Nevada

International Masonry Institute

Mason Contractors Association of America

Masonry Advisory Council

Masonry Alliance for Codes and Standards

Masonry Industry Training Association

Masonry Institute of America

Masonry Systems

MCA of San Diego

National Concrete Masonry Association

Scaffold & Access Industry Association

The Masonry Foundation

The Masonry Society

Western States Clay Products Association

Why Masonry

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