Courthouse design by Associated Masonry Contractors of Houston Cypress design by Associated Masonry Contractors of Houston Lady design by Associated Masonry Contractors of Houston Monument design by Associated Masonry Contractors of Houston Residence design by Associated Masonry Contractors of Houston School design by Associated Masonry Contractors of Houston STC design by Associated Masonry Contractors of Houston

The Associated Masonry Contractors of Houston share a common goal with the administrative and educational leaders or the school districts in the Houston area– providing the best education possible for our children.

The degree of our success rest on the shoulders of teachers to hone their skills and provide the dedication necessary to inspire and challenge our children to constantly grow scholastically and socially. It also rest on the district administration and the design and construction industry to provide the most conducive environment in which the education process is to take place. The masonry industry believes it plays an unmatched role in providing that environment. For this reason the Associated Masonry Contractors of Houston established its “Building Our Future” Scholarship Fund. It has set aside $35,000 to award $2,500 to the educational foundations of each of the school districts who recognized the importance of The scholarships will be sent directly to the Foundations to support the higher education of a deserving student, or students, solely at the foundations’ discretion.

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Golden Trowel Awards

Golden Trowel Awards

The Associated Masonry Contractors of Houston, in association with the Texas Masonry Council, wish to recognize and encourage excellence in all phases of masonry construction. The Golden Trowel Award is to be awarded annually to an Architect, a General Contractor or Owner, and a Masonry Contractor demonstrating excellence in their respective contributions to a masonry project deemed worthy by a distinguished panel of judges.

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