Architects

RMMI strives to promote and aid in the understanding of Masonry and Masonry Design. As a part of this effort we have a Technical Director on staff to help answer any questions you may have about masonry that has been used in previous projects and current designs. We also provide site visits and technical reports. As a part of our promotion of masonry we also provide Lunch and Learn presentations that come straight to your office! To learn more about these resources or to request information please click on the links below or contact us at 303-893-3838, or at bret@rmmi.org.

Site Visits/Technical Reports
RMMI Lunch and Learns

Are you considering the use of masonry on your next building? 
Our architectural and engineering experts are available to provide technical information and assistance at any stage of your project.  For architectural help, contact RMMI at 303-893-3838 or e-mail bret@rmmi.org.  For engineering help, contact our expert advisors at Atkinson-Noland & Associates/Consulting Engineers at 303-444-3620 or info@ana-usa.com.

Are you looking for a qualified masonry contractor or supplier?
RMMI members are the best in the business, and we are happy to refer you to reputable companies whose products and project experience fit your needs.  Just give us a call at 303-893-3838 or check out our online membership directory.

What's the benefit of working with a Certified RMMI Contractor or Supplier? 

RMMI Certified Masons are the best in the business. Masonry certification begins with 75 credit hours of education covering all aspects of masonry design, construction and business management.  Masonry professionals who successfully complete the courses and pass a comprehensive examination may earn the coveted title of certified masonry contractor, professional or specialist. Every certified contractor and their supervisors MUST complete continuing education every year to maintain their certification.  As a condition of certification, all certified RMMI members pledge to adhere to the highest standards of craftsmanship and business practices.  They agree to abide by the manufacturing, workmanship and safety standards set forth by our industry's governing organizations -- the National Concrete Masonry Association, Brick Industry Association, American Society for Testing & Materials (ASTM), and the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA).  They also endure periodic inspections by our safety and technical advisors, and they are committed to ongoing training to improve their knowledge and skills.  When you work with a certified RMMI member, you work with the most knowledgeable, experienced, and committed professionals in our industry.  What's more, RMMI's technical advisors will be there to help solve any technical problems or disagreements that may arise before, during or after construction -- at no cost to you.

Below is the Specification to use a certified RMMI Contractor.

01 43 00 Quality Assurance
01 43 23 Installer Qualifications and Duties
To bid on this project, masonry contractors shall be qualified to construct masonry as demonstrated by successful completion of the Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute Mason Certification Program or an equivalent mason certification program. The contractor shall submit evidence of certification as part of their bid documents.