ABOUT THE MCC
The Minnesota Concrete Council (MCC) is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1989. 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’s membership base represents design, construction and support industries associated with reinforced and post-tensioned concrete construction. MCC is proud of its growing and diverse membership. Its broad-based membership rivals that of any other local or regional association in the cast-in-place concrete industry. MCC is made up of representatives from the design, construction and support industries related to the reinforced and post-tensioned concrete construction industry.
Education & Events
Presenters are brought in to address items of specific interest and need pertinent to the local area. Monthly breakfast meetings, half-day symposiums and hands-on educational opportunities are offered throughout the calendar year. MCC isn't only about excellent educational opportunities. Two scholarship fundraising events our held every year. Join us in August for our sell-out golf outing and in September for our wildly popular sporting clay shoot.