The Masonry Society (TMS) is a member-driven professional society, dedicated to the advancement of knowledge on masonry. TMS members include design engineers, architects, builders, researchers, educators, building officials, material suppliers, manufacturers, and others who want to contribute to and benefit from the global pool of knowledge on masonry.
To learn more about the benefits of TMS membership and the different membership classifications or to join the Society, click here. A summary of membership classifications and their rates is shown at the bottom of the page.
TMS Members are reminded to log-in to their dashboard to gain discounts of 25% or more on TMS publications, to register at reduced rates for TMS Meetings, Seminars, and Events, and to gain access to complimentary resources including TMS Journal and TMS Responds.
- Go to the Members Area
- Search the Member Directory
- See a list of the TMS Officers and Board Members
- See a list of the TMS Affiliate Members
- See a list of the TMS Sustaining Members
Membership Classifications2018 Membership Dues Rates
|Member||Any individual who by education, training, or occupation is involved in the technical, scientific, design, construction, or manufacturing aspects of masonry.||$215|
|Junior||Any person 28 years old or younger who by education, training, or occupation is involved in the technical, scientific, design, construction, or manufacturing aspects of masonry. Limited to two years duration.||$65|
|Affiliate Organization||Any individual or organization with an interest in the goals and activities of the Society; benefits include one free publication of your choice each year and recognition in the newsletter, some TMS publications, and on the TMS website.||$700|
|Sustaining Organization||An individual or organization with an interest in the goals and activities of the Society and who wishes to make a significant contribution; benefits include copies of all TMS books published during the calendar year and recognition in the newsletter, some TMS publications, and on the TMS website.||$2,000|
|Student||Any person enrolled as a full-time student at an accredited school pursuing a degree in engineering, architecture, or construction technology who is 28 years old or younger.||$35|
|Electronic Retired Membership||Those 65 years and older who are retired from full-time employment yet wish to continue to monitor the activities of TMS. Benefits are limited to electronic correspondence only, with no Member discounts.||$95|