A concrete masonry block concept with angled face treatment on one of two cavities earned a team from North Carolina State University, Raleigh, first place recognition in the Unit Design Competition. The NCMA Foundation-backed program was staged last month during the National Concrete Masonry Association’s Midyear Virtual Event.Read More
Source: National Concrete Masonry Association, Herndon, Va.
The NCMA Education and Research Foundation’s 2018 Unit Design Competition exposes students in college or university design and construction programs to concrete masonry and hardscape products. Individual school teams begin in local competitions, proposing an innovative design for a concrete masonry or hardscape unit that can be produced on current equipment. First place teams from the local rounds qualify for the national competition, the top three teams from which will be invited to present their unit design at the NCMA Midyear Meeting, July 31-August 3 in Chicago. Additional information on the competition and entry submissions can be obtained here.Read More