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This is a personal invite on behalf of the Masonry Institute of Michigan and myself for you and your company to become a member.  Become a member of a well-respected Institute established over a half a century ago.  Become a part of a learning process.   Become a pro-active voice in making changes.  Become the best you can be.  You owe it to yourself, your employees and the industry you serve.   I know times are tough and you are probably tired of hearing this.  So what are we going to do about it?  We are going to work together to promote the best building system known to mankind. We have a plan and it’s called Masonry’s Role in the 21st Century.

Please take the time to review the membership benefits.  Your father and perhaps your grandfather or a friend may have inspired your masonry career choice, but believe me, the masonry industry is no longer as it was in your father’s day.  Sure it’s still one on top of two but it is much more than this.  Remember on a per square foot wall basis, masonry walls can provide structure, enclosure, façade, redundancy, fire resistance, thermal resistance, sound resistance, and mold and mildew resistance, in truth, a complete building system!  Please consider joining the Institute today by filling out the membership application on our website

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Daniel S. Zechmeister
Executive Director

Testimonials

"One benefit of membership is having plans reviewed at MIM.  Having Dan review a plan that you will be bidding enables you to point out potential structural problems and possible code violations.  The GC/CM will realize that you are being proactive and thorough while preparing the estimate.  More often than not, the GC/CM will call you with questions and allow you to establish a relationship with that person. It's good for future bidding with that contractor.”Larry Durkin, President
Durkin & Company Contractors
“Being a member of MIM has provided opportunities for me to further my education and professional development.  A partial list of things learned have included: structural design, information on materials, constructability considerations, etc.”Todd Dailey, President
Dailey Engineering
"Belonging to the Masonry Institute of Michigan is by far the smartest decision I have ever made in my 32 years in business....No place else can I exchange ideas with all of the players pertinent to my business: Architects, Engineers, Suppliers, and fellow Contractors. Throw in for free, the best Masonry minds in the industry - Dan Zechmeister......As a Union Contractor I have to belong to IMI, I choose to belong to MIM.... I consider it an excellent investment.”Kevin Ryan, President
Masonry Developers, Inc.