Industry Affiliations


The National Concrete Masonry Association (ncma), Established In 1918, Is The National Trade Association Representing The Concrete Masonry Industry. The Association Is Involved In A Broad Range Of Technical, Research, Marketing, Government Relations And Communications Activities.

NCMA is an association of producers of concrete masonry products, and suppliers of products and services related to the industry. NCMA offers a variety of technical services and design aids through publications, computer programs, slide presentations and technical training.


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 also 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:

  • Test programs

  • Research projects

  • Publication of technical and educational data

  • New specification updates

  • Recommendations for improved product use

  • Promotion of the Association's professionalism

Arizona Masonry Guild

The Arizona Masonry Guild, Inc. (AMG) was established in 1958 to service the masonry industry statewide. Its members include manufacturers, suppliers, cement companies, masons, retailers and a variety of business support organizations. Masonry products include block, brick or stone. Masonry is known for its strength and its natural ability to blend with the surrounding environment. The Guild has played a significant role in shaping the residential and commercial building industry during the past 52 years with programs of value, (mainly educationally oriented) for both the industry and general public. The Guild has contributed to the economic development of Arizona and the advancement of technology and education, new product development, improved construction standards, enhanced safety policies and increased the energy efficiency of masonry products.