Minnesota Concrete & Masonry Contractors Association

3rd Annual Gary Botzek Classic

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Minnesota Concrete & Masonry Contractors Association

MC&MCA is a nonprofit trade association formed in 1964. It is comprised of around 100 concrete and masonry contractors and related companies doing construction business in Minnesota. Contact our members directly via the member directory for competitive proposals for quality concrete and masonry work.

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3rd Annual Gary Botzek Classic at Fox Hollow Golf Course

MC&MCA’s golf tournament is a 4-person scramble with payouts. Groups registering with less than four golfers will be placed with… Read More

Warmer Weather. Hotter Deadlines. MULEs Can Help.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/Uy19lUmhxNk Quality of life is a top priority for everyone these days, and while we welcome the warm weather, it… Read More

Masonry Robotics Trailer has a Busy April

MC&MCA and SCSU were at two schools in April, Spring Lake Park and Chisago Lakes. Both events had great attendance… Read More

May 2023 | Save the Dates!

Mark your calendar for these upcoming events! June 5, 2023 - 3rd Annual Gary Botzek Classic @ Fox Hollow GC… Read More

MCMCA Directory Sponsors
W.W. Thompson Concrete Products
Bob’s SW Construction Services
Esch Construction Supply
Scaffold Services, Inc.
Seven Corners Print & Promo
Cemstone Products Company
Bulach Custom Rock
Mason Contractors Association of America
Cement Masons Local No. 633
Building Restoration Corporation
Bricklayers & Allied Craftworkers Local Union 1
Our association is made up of the state's finest producers and installers of quality concrete and masonry work. Our members offer the expertise and top-shelf craftsmanship to construct anything from a convenience store remodeling project to a 60 story high-rise.