Concrete Contractor Peer Groups
What is a MIX (Management Information eXchange) Group?
A MIX Group is a group of 5-10 contractors in different geographic locations. Meetings are hosted by the group members and are typically scheduled twice a year. Each individual group decides on the focus and meeting frequency.
Because members are not in competition with each other, the dialogue and topics discussed are open and diverse, providing members a variety of information and resources. The purpose of a MIX Group is to help each contractor improve their business through sharing, knowledge and experience.
Concrete Information Meetings & Joining A MIX Group
In addition to the benefit of increased access to information and expertise, the most important aspect of a MIX Group is the personal dynamics between members. Potential members meet each other first in a relaxed setting which typically occurs at a MIX Group orientation meeting. Orientation meetings are scheduled twice a year, in the spring and fall. At these 1 1/2 day sessions you experience the actual MIX Group meeting environment. New groups are formed following the orientation meeting.
MIX Orientation Meeting
One of the most impactful aspects of membership in the American Society of Concrete Contractors is increased access to resources, information and shared experiences for those working in the concrete industry. Much of this access comes in the form of information-sharing among contractors in forums and discussion groups. The information shared among peers has the potential to completely revolutionize your business.
If you are interested in attending an orientation meeting, please download, complete and submit the Notification of Interest Form.