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Associated General Contractors of America
An organization of qualified construction contractors and industry related companies dedicated to skill, integrity, and responsibility providing a full range of services satisfying the needs and concerns of its members, thereby improving the quality of construction and protecting the public interest.

Committed to advancing the interest of brick manufacturers and distributors, BIA renders technical assistance to architects and designers, by providing marketing assistance to the industry, by monitoring and positively influencing government actions, by working to assure the long-term availabilty of bricklayers.

Associated Builders and Contractors
A national trade association representing over
21,000 contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers and related firms from across the country and from all specialties in the construction industry.

Portland Cement Association
Since its founding in 1916, the Portland Cement Association has had the same mission: “Improve and expand the uses of portland cement and concrete”

The Concrete Masonry Promotions Council
An educational organization dedicated to increasing
the knowledge and awareness of design professionals and the general public to the benefits of concrete masonry systems. CMPC is focused on
teaching construction industry best practices
related to masonry design and installation.

International Masonry Institute
IMI offers design and technical assistance and will help you find skilled craftworkers in all of the trowel trades. IMI is a labor/management cooperative of the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers and the Contractors who employ its members.

National Association of Women in Construction
Founded in Ft. Worth, Texas, in 1955, the NAWIC has grown to a membership of 6,500 with more than 200 chapters in 47 U.S. States and in three Canadian provinces.

National Concrete Masonry Association
NCMA provides the design community, engineers, Association members and other interested parties with numerous valuable technical and marketing resources to make doing your job easier.

Cast Stone Institute
An organization of Cast Stone Manufacturers, Associates, Professional Architects, Engineers, and Concrete Technologists formed for the purpose of improving the quality of Cast Stone and disseminating information regarding its use.

The Masonry Society
A professional, technical, and educational association dedicated to the advancement of knowledge on masonry. TMS members are design engineers, architects, builders, researchers, educators, building officials, material suppliers, manufacturers, and others who want to contribute to and benefit from the global pool of knowledge on masonry.

Go Brick!
A trade organization representing 14 brick
manufacturers in North Carolina and South Carolina. Headquartered in Charlotte, NC, our association is dedicated to promoting brick as the
preferred building material for home
and commercial construction.

National Center for Construction Education and Research NCCER is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) education foundation.developing and publishing standardized construction and maintenance curricula, safety programs, management education, industry image materials and craft skills assessments.

Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers
Conducting over 100 unreserved industrial auctions every year and operating through over 80 locations around the world. A wide range of construction, transportation, mining, forestry, petroleum & agricultural equipment is sold to the highest bidder without minimum or reserve prices.

Council for Masonry Research
Formed to fulfill the need for an organization to lead and assist in the development of material and construction oriented research designed to increase and preserve markets for masonry materials. The Council represents diverse interests from within the masonry industry.

National Lime Association
The National Lime Association is the trade association for U. S. and Canadian manufacturers of high calcium quicklime, dolomitic quicklime, and hydrated lime, collectively referred to as “lime.”