MC&MCA Announces 2018 Awards Program

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Excellence in Concrete & Masonry Design and Construction Awards 

13 July 2017 — The Minnesota Concrete & Masonry Contractors Association (MC&MCA) is proud to announce its 37th Annual Excellence in Concrete & Masonry Design and Construction awards contest.

The online applications for the 2018 contest will go “live” on August 1. The application process will be open for one month, ending on August 31. On-site judging by local architects will take place on September 19.

There will be five “new masonry construction” categories, two “masonry restoration” categories and four concrete categories.

You can view the 2017 winners and find more details in the coming weeks online at MC&MCA's website.

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