Our Mission

What do we do?

MCC is a diverse, volunteer-driven organization dedicated to increasing the use of cast-in-place concrete in Minnesota.

How do we do it?

MCC brings proven methods and new ideas together in order to educate its members on how to improve the quality of cast-in-place concrete, advance the techniques used to place and maintain it, and innovate the methods used to design it.  MCC strives to cultivate an abundant and qualified workforce that can support the cast-in-place construction industry in Minnesota.  MCC provides resources to inform decision-makers on the benefits of quality cast-in-place concrete construction.

Whom do we do it for?

MCC is a diverse membership of suppliers, contractors, designers and other related companies.

What value are we bringing?

In order to grow the cast-in-place concrete industry in Minnesota, MCC facilitates and disseminates information for the improvement of design, construction, use and maintenance of cast-in-place concrete structures and promotes awareness of career opportunities in the cast-in-place concrete construction industry.




Over 1,500 people have attended MCC continuing education programs in 2022. MCC provided over 20 hours of professional development hours (continuing education) opportunities in 2022. MCC hosted six breakfast meetings, and additional site tour opportunities. 


In January, 2023, MCC awarded seven scholarships to students in Construction Management and Engineering Programs. The Construction Management Scholarships went to Jeremy O'Connor, Hans Stelpfulg, and Cindy Wuddah.
The Terry Swor Honorary Engineering Scholarships were awarded to Matthew Kassella, Chandler Lallak, Noah Struck, and Genevieve Tester.
The Minnesota Concrete Council also donated $1,000 to the Concrete Industry Management Program at South Dakota State University. 


The current MCC study that the research committee is working on is "Performance of Recycled Aggregate Concrete." The study explores concrete made from two different sources - recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) and crushed concrete aggregate (CCA) at two different replacement rates.