The Minnesota Concrete Council (MCC) is dedicated to advancing education, technical practice, scientific investigation and research into cast-in-place construction by organizing the efforts of its members for a non-profit public service.
MCC was created to bring proven methods and new ideas together, to educate its members on how to improve the quality and use of concrete in structures, and to educate decision-makers on the benefits of quality concrete construction.
BECOME A MEMBER
MCC is proud of its growing and diverse membership. Our members represent the broadest based membership of any other local or regional organization in the cast-in-place concrete industry.
Membership represents design, construction and support industries associated with reinforced and post-tensioned concrete construction. MCC is a member-driven organization that derives its strength from both the diversity and involvement of its members. Take advantage of all MCC has to offer by joining today!
MCC is a dynamic organization! There’s always something going on of interest to members and the cast-in-place concrete construction industry in general. Here’s just a few:
MCC ROLLS OUT NEW SCHOLARSHIPS
MCC is pleased to announce the creation of two new scholarships - one for construction management students and one for community college / technical college students. Scholarship application deadline for both scholarships is December 1.
For additional information, check out the scholarship page.
NEW MEMBER BENEFIT!
New in 2018! Members can take advantage of member pricing when registering at all MCC continuing education programs. The price to attend a breakfast meeting will be $25 ($20 early-bird) for members and $25 ($30 early-bird) for non-members. Your membership will pay for itself! Not a member? Join today!
December 2016 – Recycled Concrete Aggregates
MCC has nearly completed its research study on recycled concrete aggregates.
WHAT OUR MEMBERS SAY
Involvement with MCC has given me a direct connection to the best and brightest in Minnesota’s concrete industry, from concrete and cement suppliers, to concrete design experts, to concrete product suppliers.Thor Heimdahl, PE, SE – Sr. Structural Engineer at Life Time Architecture & Design
People don't know what they're missing. MCC has a tradition at its breakfast meetings that all attendees stand up and introduce themselves and tell everyone what they do. When you see the players in that room, you realize how important it is to be there. If you're in this industry, you need contacts and resources. And they're all in that room!Dean Stroschein – Trade Superintendent at Knutson Construction
Participating in MCC has given me the opportunity to connect with and learn about the perspectives of other individuals involved in concrete construction. As a design engineer, it has been immensely helpful to learn more about how suppliers, contractors, and testing agencies perform their duties.Doug Nagel - Associate, Senior Structural Engineer at VAA, LLC