Who should become a member of the SCMA?

We find being a diversified membership allows people within the industry an opportunity to support and promote the ongoing initiatives of the SCMA.  Any block producer or supplier doing business in the five-state footprint would benefit from becoming a member of this association.  Likewise, any engineer/architect doing business in the five-states, or any student interested in becoming an integral part of the masonry industry should consider membership to SCMA.  Our members see the benefit of SCMA’s efforts…now is the time to step up and contribute to the protection of your market share and your future. 

Membership Levels

We have four levels of membership that depend on the involvement your company has in the concrete masonry industry. Below is a description of each membership level to assist you in determining which membership is right for your organization.

Regular “Producer” Membership

Regular membership shall be open to firms, individuals and corporations within the state of North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee and Georgia engaged in the manufacture of block or brick products.

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Associate Membership

An Associate member is defined as an individual, partnership or corporation engaged in the manufacture of equipment, aggregate, admixtures, masonry coating and cement, as well as banks, insurers, and others interested in the welfare of the concrete masonry industry.  University students or masonry contractors would fall under this category.

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Professional Membership

Professionals, school, building or government officials and others who promote the concrete masonry industry would be considered professional members.

Honorary Membership

Any members retired from our industry who have contributed in some outstanding manner to the welfare of the Association and the Concrete Masonry Industry.  Honorary Members will be exempt from fees and dues assessed by the Association.

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