About the MCA

Welcome to Masonry Contractors Australia

Dedicated to improving the quality, reliability and integrity of the Masonry (Brick and Block-laying) Industry

The Masonry Contractors Australia (MCA), although an autonomous organisation, is also a special contractor group of the Master Builders Association of NSW. Master Builders’ membership fees are paid separately by MCA members. This allows advice on industrial relations matters affecting construction and advice on application of the various regulations covering the industry. In addition, up-to-date notice is given on workers compensation requirements, superannuation obligations, occupational health and safety, payroll tax and all other matters concerning the building and construction industry. You may run a crew of 100 bricklayers or 1 we are here for you, to let you know you are not alone and to give you confidence that the noble traditional occupation that you have chosen is alive and well, and if we have anything to say in the matter for the next 100 years or more. Likewise if you are a bricklayer looking for work or about to move to a new city state or country contact us and we will put you in touch with reputable employers who are always looking for quality tradesmen.

Organisational Structure

Learn about the MCA organisation structure of the board members and executive staff.

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MCA Constitution

The MCA Constitution is the set of rules by which the Masonry Contractors Australia is governed.

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Roles & Responsibilities

Learn about the roles and responsibilities of the MCA members and executive committee.

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Past Presidents

See the MCA volunteers who have served Masonry Contractors Australia as president.

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Kevin O'Conner

Founding Member

The MCA would like to take this space to pay tribute to a dear friend who sadly passed away in May 2011. Kevin O’Connor managing director of Yorkshire Masonry left suddenly and too soon.

Kevin was a founding member of the association. He was always a good humoured and a fine friendly gentleman and will be deeply missed by his family, those who worked for him and anyone that knew him.