Place Category: Professional Services
CMACN MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS
Market Promotion of the Masonry Industry
CMACN, the voice of the California and Nevada masonry industry, increases members’ visibility to potential customers, aiding business development. The Association provides information about the industry, the features and the benefits of masonry construction.
CMACN serves as the leading concrete masonry data clearinghouse in the western states. To facilitate up-to-date information gathering and dissemination, CMACN develops, monitors and coordinates:
Publication of technical and educational data
New specification updates
Recommendations for improved product use
Promotion of the Association’s professionalism
CMACN addresses specific construction issues such as structural, earthquake, and energy consumption design. On behalf of its members, CMACN documents technical and compliance capabilities of concrete masonry products relating to codes and project specifications. These technical studies are published and available to members and design firms.
Representation in Other Professional Organizations
To increase recognition of the concrete masonry industry, CMACN represents its members in related organizations nationally. This interaction across industry lines helps increase members’ visibility. Links to these organizations and their information are linked from the Members section of the CMACN website.
Current Industry Information
Every CMACN member receives the CMACN monthly report and a copy of the Board of Directors’ minutes, plus special bulletins, semi-annual meeting invitations, and announcements, “Masonry Chronicles,” CMACN’s quarterly engineering publication, and “CMU Profiles in Architecture,” CMACN’s quarterly architectural pictorial featuring concrete masonry projects in California and Nevada. Additionally, every Producer Member receives all Committee notices, minutes of Committee meetings, and a monthly financial statement.
A Voice on the Board of Directors
All members of CMACN are encouraged to participate in the semi-annual meeting of the Association’s Board of Directors. The Board is responsible for coordinating the Association’s business management. Each Producer Member company has one vote on the Board of Directors.