The SCMA represents the masonry industry across North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, and Virginia. The SCMA is a masonry educational resource for architects, specifiers, engineers, general contractors, and owners to ensure that a continuous masonry learning environment is promoted by using masonry wall systems effectively, efficiently, and most importantly safely.
SCMA promotes standardized efforts in all five states including American Institute Architects (AIA), Construction Specifiers Institute (CSI), Structural Engineer Associations (SEA), Skills USA (Workforce Development), and University Project for future generations.
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Masonry iQ is a plug-in for Revit software that allows you to improve your workflow while creating 3D models with masonry-specific wall types, stock or custom bond patterns, and computer analysis of wall geometry that includes corner bonding.