Industry Partners

In addition to block companies and producers across the country who have voiced their support for the CMU Checkoff, numerous masonry contracting organizations have said yes to a CMU Checkoff. Why? Because they, too, believe that checkoff investments will help them to achieve their visions for their members and in their markets. Here are just a few that that have voiced their support for a national checkoff and the impact it would make on the block industry for years to come.

Glenwood Masonry Supply

G&G Masonry

KaRon Masonry, Inc.


Phoenix Contractors, Inc.

Cantarella & Sons

Florida Concrete Masonry Education Council

Kansas Masonry Industries Council

Mason Contractors Association of America

Mason Contractors Association of California

Mason Contractors Association of St. Louis

Minnesota Concrete & Mason Contractors Association

Masonry Contractors of New Jersey

North Carolina Masonry Contractors Association

New England Concrete Manufacturers Association

New York State Concrete Masonry Association

Pennsylvania Concrete Masonry Association

Southeast Concrete Masonry Association

Texas Masonry Council

Wisconsin Masonry Alliance

Masonry Institute of Iowa

Mid-Atlantic Masonry Association

Masonry Institute of Michigan

Portland Cement Association

EBA Mason Contractors

International Union of Brick & Allied Craft Workers

International Masonry Institute

National Concrete Masonry Association

Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute

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Design Escapes
The CMU Checkoff Initiative was created by producers frustrated with continual loss of market share. That frustration was compounded when program ideas surfaced that could drive demand, but there was no way to fund multi-year, well-funded programs that would change outdated perceptions of CMU.

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