Building on our momentum from February, the Board will continue its Strategic Planning discussion at the upcoming May Board meeting – May 10th and 11th in Denver, Colorado.
We also know there continue to be questions around assessments: how to collect, where they go, and the audit process. More information can be found here on our website.
Stay well, and please reach out with any questions.
Major Ogilvie, Chair
Concrete Masonry Checkoff Board (CMCB)
Meet Brendan, Chair of the Communications Committee for the Concrete Masonry Checkoff Board, and president of Ernest Maier, Inc., in the greater Washington D.C. area. Throughout his 25 years in the concrete masonry industry, Brendan has been dedicated to the mission of growing concrete masonry unit market share in residential and commercial construction.
“I am very excited and proud to be a member of the team forming the foundation of the Concrete Masonry Checkoff Program. With the efforts of everyone involved, I am confident that our industry is in good hands and will prosper for years to come.”
Q: How will audits work?
A: The board is currently working on an Evaluation and Compliance Policy that will provide more guidelines around the auditing process. It is our expectation that third-party auditors will likely focus on the most recent year of assessments, however, older records may still be subject for review..