Over 200 masonry industry attendees are expected from around the world, including masonry researchers, designers, practitioners, educators, building managers, and students, to discuss the latest developments in masonry research, design, construction, and preservation. Exhibitors will have the option of having a table top booth, presenting in an Innovative Technology Session, or both. Information about these options will be available this summer.
Exhibit Booth Fee: $1,500*
- • Include one skirted 3 x 8 foot table and two chairs. Power is available for an additional $150.
- • Available during Monday and Tuesday of the conference (June 12 and 13).
- • Conference attendees will have time to access exhibits all day, with dedicated time during breakfast, inter-session breaks, lunch, and before the evening receptions.
*Most sponsor levels receive complimentary or discounted exhibition space. Consider becoming a sponsor to receive additional benefits.
Exhibit spaces will be assigned on a first come, first served basis.Few spaces remain - contact info@masonrysociety as soon as possible to reserve your space.
Innovative Technology Sessions
Openings are available for the conference’s Innovative Technology Session for those wanting to present original and revolutionary topics that may not be suited to the conference proceedings. Presentations given at the Innovative Technology Session are not accompanied by a technical paper and may include topics that are propriety or marketing related. Presenters may distribute literature and other material during their presentation. As an example of possible topics, the following topics were presented at the 13 North American Masonry Conference in 2019.
- • Acoustic performance and noise control
- • Assessment of Unit/Grout Bond Strength with and without Integral Water Repellent Admixtures: Need and Viability, Craig Walloch, ACM Chemistries, and Jason Thompson, National Concrete Masonry Association
- • Deconstructing the masonry wall: A methodology for wall design, Scott Conwell, International Masonry Institute
- • Direct Design Software (DDS), Russ Peterson, Ensoltech
- • Improving Thermal Efficiency through Offset Shelf Angle Support, Adam Kimble, Fero Corporation
- • Innovative Research Studies Key Mortar Properties for Best Performance, Bill Kjorlien, Argos, and Wayne Wilson, LafargeHolcim
- • In-situ Evaluation of the Hygrothermal Properties of Mass Masonry Walls, Rex Cyphers, WDP & Associates Consulting Engineers, Inc.
- • Masonry Veneer Anchors and Structural Relief Systems, Jeremy Douglas, Hohmann & Barnard
- • Material and Labor Efficiency in Reinforced Concrete Masonry Buildings: Advantages of the Single Face-Shell Approach, Francisco Gomes, The University of Texas at Austin
- • Material Attributes and Form: The Shape of Things To Come, Mark Weber, BlockUp
- • Practical Installation Considerations for Post-installed Adhesive Anchors in Masonry, Mark Ziegler, DEWALT
- • Resiliency of Reinforced Structural Brick, Steven Judd, Interstate Brick/H. C. Muddox
- • Spherical Block’s Innovative Masonry Systems, Peter Roberts, Spherical Block, LLC
- • Using Arial Drones to Assist with Assessment, Peter M. Babaian, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger
- • Using Fabric-Reinforced Cementitious Matrix (FRCM) for Strengthening and Retrofit of Existing Structures, Aniket Borwankar, Simpson Strong-Tie
Innovative Technology Sessions are available to Silver Level conference sponsors and above.There is limited remaining time for these sessions, contact TMS as soon as possible if you're interested in presenting a session.
Become a sponsor then use the link below to submit your session.