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MITA Masonry ClassesLearn the Skill of Masonry!!!
Classes Starting Year Round
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Learn entry level masonry skills including: Use of masonry products, mortar preparation & application, laying blocks, proper use of masonry tools & equipment, job safety, and project planning! Pre-Registration required. Current MITA Classes


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Blocktalk is RCP Block & Brick's quarterly newsletter. Blocktalk contains a variety of industry articles, product news, and updates from around the company. Click on the thumbnail to view the most recent edition!

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RCP Block & Brick: Building a Foundation of Recyclable ConcreteUS Builders Review Article
US Builders Review- Summer V 2012

The region of Southern California is one of progressive, forward-thinking businesses, making RCP Block & Brick Inc. (RCP) right at home as San Diego's go-to concrete company. RCP has been manufacturing and supplying high-quality concrete block and concrete-based products since 1947, including brick, retaining walls, interlocking pavers, landscape rock, stepping stones, stone veneer, natural stones, as well as... READ FULL ARTICLE (PDF)


Rebuilding HaitiFriends of RCP: Rebuilding Haiti

On January 12, 2010 the island nation of Haiti was rocked by a massive earthquake that will forever change the way they build. More than 100,000 buildings were severely damaged and another 100,000 collapsed. The new Ecole National Jacob Martin Henriquez school that was nearing completion in Jacmel, Haiti was one of the buildings destroyed by the earthquake. This northern coastal town had a dilapidated school facility... READ FULL ARTICLE (PDF)


ICCES CertificationICC-ES certifies RCP Block’s high recycled-content CMU
Concrete Products Magazine - July 2010

After two decades of crushing plant culls and split-off pieces on site, then using recycled 3⁄8-in. minus aggregate in new mixes, RCP Block & Brick Inc. has moved to even greener pastures. The San Diego market producer is now processing demolition concrete—free
of debris, asphalt and chlorides—to obtain crushed... READ FULL ARTICLE (PDF)