Welcome to the Michigan Concrete Association. Here you will find resources for ready mix producers, pavers, engineers, contractors, suppliers & homeowners. You can also register for one of our upcoming certification classes or events.

CERTIFICATION

MCA offers a variety of certification programs to meet the growing demands of having certified professionals design, place, finish, and test concrete.

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EVENTS

Wed, 12/08/2021
1:00pm – 04:00pm
Wed, 02/16/2022
8:00 am to 2:00 pm on 2/17/22

RESOURCES

We're here to help you make the right choices in today's complex design and construction environment.

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Concrete and Rain
August 8, 2022

We get it, weather in Michigan can have a mind of its own. This can be a real struggle when dealing the ever-changing conditions. Pop-up rain showers and thunderstorms can prove to be quite a challenge when navigating concrete pours, especially during the summer months. What are some of the issues that can be caused by rain, and what can you do to be prepared in the field and minimize the damage that could be caused by these pop-up threats?

Are Expansion Joints Needed in Concrete at Regular Intervals?
July 26, 2022

There is a long history of using expansion joints in concrete for various reasons. The primary thought is to allow for future thermal expansion of the paved surface while minimizing stress buildup, potential cracking, and possible blowups in hot weather. However, with proper design of the concrete pavement, along with good construction practices and adequate maintenance, concrete does NOT need expansion joints at regular intervals throughout the paved area.

How Much Does Concrete REALLY Cost?
June 16, 2022

Whether installing pavement, building a new home, store, or warehouse, or taking on a remodeling project, the construction materials you choose will often depend on your budget. Today’s construction industry is facing unprecedented and ongoing supply chain disruptions that are causing steep increases in the costs of building materials. Fortunately, concrete has not been significantly impacted.

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