MICHIGAN CONCRETE ASSOCIATION ANNUAL WORKSHOP

DUE TO COVID-19, THE Mca WILL be virtually hosting our Annual conference and awards presentations in january & february of 2021


MCA VIRTUAL WORKSHOP DETAILS

The MCA Winter Conference will be held as a series of FREE Webinars on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am - 11:30am. The Webinars will begin on January 19, 2021.

These webinars will cover a variety of topics just like the traditional MCA Workshop. You choose which ones you would like to attend and register for each one individually. PDH/CEH certificates will be sent via email to those that register and attend. Recording and PDF slide handouts for the webinars will also be available after each webinar. 

CLICK THE BUTTON BELOW TO VIEW THE FULL LIST OF WEBINAR TOPICS AND REGISTRATION DETAILS.

2021 VIRTUAL WORKSHOP REGISTRATION

ANNUAL MEETING

The 2021 MCA Annual Member Meeting will take place via ZOOM on February 17, 2021 at 9:30am , please click on the button below to register.

MCA 2021 Annual Meeting

SPONSOR INFORMATION

To sponsor the MCA Winter Webinar Series, Awards Program or an individual webinar, please click on the button below and proceed to checkout.

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MCA VIRTUAL AWARDS PROGRAM DETAILS

Traditionally, we presented the winning projects during our Annual Awards Banquet concluding the MCA Annual Conference.

This year, since the Annual Conference will not take place in person due to COVID 19 restrictions. We will be moving our awards program to a Virtual Event using our Blog and Social Media channels. The MCA will be announcing the project winners via our social media channels with an article dedicated to the project and shareable link.

Winning Projects will receive the following:

  • Engraved awards plaque
  • MCA Blog Article (and shareable link) Dedicated to the Specific Project
  • Printable .PDF Poster File
  • A specific day that the project will be highlighted on all MCA Social Media Platforms
  • Option to schedule an in-Person Awards Presentation or Personal Virtual Presentation