Professional Affiliations and Certifications


About the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI) –  The Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI) represents producers, suppliers, contractors, design professionals and consultants. ICPI promotes the highest product standards through ICPI product certification and installation guidelines through ICPI concrete paver installer certification. ICPI publishes the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Magazine, along with marketing and technical resources for design professionals, contractors and homeowners. The Hardscape North America trade show for hardscape contractors is also produced by ICPI. Applications for pavers include driveways, patios, plazas, walkways, roofs, airports, streets, ports and stadiums. To learn more about ICPI, visit

                                                                       special note: Our President Reggie is proud and honored to advise that he is                                                                                                                                                 currently serving on two national committee's for the ICPI. He is serving on the                                                                                                                                             Technical Committee and the Construction Committee)

About the National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA) – The National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA), established in 1918, is the national trade association representing the concrete masonry industry. The Association is involved in a broad range of technical, research, marketing, government relations, and communications activities. NCMA is an association of producers of concrete masonry products, and suppliers of products and services related to the industry. NCMA offers a variety of technical services and design aids through publications, computer programs, slide presentations and technical training. Please visit for additional information.

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Our President Reggie and Vice-President Jason are both certified installers. Reggie also has earned his Commercial Technician designation. Jason has earned his Permeable Concrete Interlocking Paver Specialist designation.    We strive to send our other employees to school where they also can earn their certification. For contractors involved in the residential and commercial installation of interlocking concrete pavements, the ICPI Concrete Paver Installer Certification is THE industry recognized program for the professionals committed to industry guidelines for segmental concrete pavement installation.  It’s more than just a certificate on the wall – it’s a testament to your level of investment in your profession that demonstrates your knowledge and skills for interlocking concrete pavement installation best practices. 


Our President, Reggie is an authorized Instructor for the ICPI. ICPI authorizes two types of instructors for its installer courses – Contractor and Technical instructors.  Both types of instructors must meet the same basic requirements, but Contractor instructors must also have installation experience.  Instructors must be authorized for each course they wish to teach. 

Authorized CONTRACTOR Instructors (requirements)

Employer is ICPI member

  • Hold current Concrete Paver Installer certification
  • Hold Record of Completion for recommended prerequisite courses (1)
  • Meet installation experience requirements (2)
  • Earn 90% on exam for course they wish to instruct
  • Attend ½-day Adult Educator Training and earn at least 75% on the course exam (3)
  • Attend ½-day Instructor Training for the course they wish to instruct
  • Earn 10 credits of continuing education within every 2-year instructor authorization term (4)
  • Instruct a minimum of one ICPI installer course within every 2-year term



 Jason our Vice President holds his certification for Certified SRW Installer and Advanced Certified SRW Installer from the NCMA.

The Basic Certification included: The Segmental Retaining Wall (SRW) Installer Course covering fundamental SRW installation guidelines, material and system component properties, soils and compaction, the effect of water, and site practices. The Certified SRW Installer (CSRWI) Program requires all who complete the SRW Installer Course (or equivalent SRW-installation-related education) and passes a written examination is certified as a Certified SRW Installer (CSRWI). This credential is highly valued by consumers.

                                                                       The Advanced Course included: SRW applications and installation techniques for advanced residential and light                                                                                commercial projects, and is open to NCMA Certified SRW Installers (CSRWI) who are engaged in the construction of                                                                       SRWs. Advanced topics include: Wall layout and planning, water and drainage, cut and fill walls, tiered walls,                                                                                      corners and curves, stairs and patios.