Before you contact CMAA, please check if the answer to your question can be found on our Technical page or Technical FAQs.
If you still require assistance, the most efficient way to have your question answered is by emailing us at email@example.com, or calling us on 02 8448 5500 and speaking to our technical team.
The biennial Golden Trowel Award is Australia’s only team competition for brick and blocklaying apprentices.
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CMAA’s Technical Manual M03 - ‘Concrete Masonry – Cleaning and Maintenance’ provides a guide to cleaning and maintaining concrete masonry walls. We recommend hiring an accredited cleaner.
Think Brick Australia maintains a list of accredited brick and masonry cleaners.
To view Think Brick Australia’s accredited brick and masonry cleaners list click here.
CMAA has technical expertise in a number of masonry subjects and it is part of CMAA’s goal to increase awareness and educate students on concrete masonry in engineering and building design.
If you would like us to lecture at your educational institution, or give talks on subjects such as recent changes to the Australian Standards affecting concrete masonry or the benefits of segmental paving for urban design in public areas, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 02 8448 5500.
Please contact the Australian Brick and Blocklaying Training Foundation (ABBTF) or go to www.becomeabricklayer.com.au
CMAA is an industry association for concrete masonry manufacturers. For information on poured concrete, please contact the Cement, Concrete and Aggregates Association or go to www.ccaa.com.au.
You are welcome to contact any of our members, who can help you find the right product in your state.
To view our concrete masonry manufacturer members, click here.