During its Awards Luncheon on October 8, The Masonry Society (TMS) recognized incoming and outgoing board members, outgoing committee chairs, and sponsors, while presenting its 2016 awards.
The Brick Industry Association (BIA) has announced the winners of the 2016 Brick in Architecture Awards, acknowledging the most visionary projects incorporating fired-clay brick.
MIA+BSI: The Natural Stone Institute has announced the 2016 Awards Program Call for Entries. Deadlines for entry are in June or July, depending on the award.
Architects and designers in the U.S. now have until May 9 to enter their best projects in the 2016 Brick in Architecture Awards.
Ash Grove Cement Co. has announced the winners of their 2015 awards for Safety, Energy and Quality.
Submissions are now open for the 2016 MCAA Safety Advantage Awards. The MCAA safety awards are intended to draw attention to the need and benefits of performing safely.
Architectural and design firms from around the country can enter their best material to be judged by a jury of their peers. Any work of architecture completed since January 1, 2011, in which new clay brick products comprise the predominant exterior building or paving material (over 50 percent), is eligible.
MCAA Chairman Mark Kemp presented the 2016 C. DeWitt Brown Leadman Award to Charles Newsome of Carolina Stalite Company in Salisbury, N.C. at the MCAA Annual Meeting during the MCAA Convention at the World of Concrete/World of Masonry in Las Vegas