Now through December 1st, the Concrete Masonry Checkoff is actively seeking a qualified individual to fill the crucial role of Program Director. This position is pivotal in shaping the future of the industry by investing in various regional and national programs centered on research, education, and promotion.
With the first quarter of checkoff assessments now in the bank, the Concrete Masonry Checkoff Board is now accepting submissions for program ideas around one of our six strategic pillars: design assistance, educating design pros, workforce development, marketing, codes and standards and finally, research.
DEADLINE EXTENDED: To ensure there is adequate time and opportunity for all those who would like to submit proposals, we have extended the submission deadline for the Concrete Masonry Checkoff (CMC) Board’s marketing RFP. The deadline for submissions is now Friday, October 6, 2023.
Mike Finch, president and CEO of his family’s business, RCP Block & Brick, Inc., is now the newest voting Director of the Board for the Concrete Masonry Checkoff.
The Concrete Masonry Checkoff Board is scheduled to meet immediately following the close of the Concrete Masonry and Hardscapes Association's Midyear meeting in Boston, MA.
Mandatory payment of Concrete Masonry Checkoff assessments for April 1, 2023, through June 30, 2023 were due on August 29, 2023.
MAY 31, 2023 – The Concrete Masonry Checkoff (CMC) Board is pleased to announce its appointment of Kim Spahn as its first chief executive officer (CEO). Spahn’s tenure takes effect mid-June, just as the CMC Board of Directors is finalizing its strategic plan.
The Concrete Masonry Checkoff Board (CMCB) convened May 10-11 in Denver to advance strategic plan priorities for the next three years.
The Concrete Masonry Checkoff Board is requesting feedback from you and your network as it continues to shape strategic plans and programs.
Saturday, April 1st kicked off the very first assessment period for the Concrete Masonry Checkoff and producer-members of the organization’s board of directors reflect on this important milestone in efforts to bolster the concrete masonry industry.
In a historic first session, the new board of directors for the CMU Checkoff were sworn into office by representatives of Department of Commerce.