23 teams of masons and tenders will line up to compete for the coveted “World’s Best Bricklayer” title in Las Vegas on January 19th, 2022 at the World of Concrete.
David Chavez Earns Title, “World’s Best Bricklayer” at the 2021 SPEC MIX BRICKLAYER 500 World Championship
For the second time in four years, mason David Chavez claims the World Champion title.
After a year of challenges related to the Covid-19 pandemic, SPEC MIX has been given the green light to host the 2021 World Championship at the World of Concrete in Las Vegas.
It’s a new contest aiming to test the skill and stamina of skills workers from across North America. SPEC MIX and the SPEC MIX BRICKLAYER 500 will be anchoring their flagship program.
Vice President, Brian Carney, pulled no punches on his way to the MCAA Masonry Hall of Fame. His journey is highlighted in passion and purpose, encompassed by an infectious desire to lift up those around him.
Tennessee mason Fred Campbell and tender Tony Shelton took home the title, “World’s Best Bricklayer along with a new Ford F250 4×4 truck, and bunch of other great prizes.
2020 SPEC MIX BRICKLAYER 500 World Championship Press Release
The World Championship of bricklaying is back for it’s 18th season. 26 competitors from North America will battle for the title, “World’s Best Bricklayer,” and a shot winning a share of over $125,000 in cash and prizes.
Through the Bricks, Blocks and Bags for Bikes charity auction, SPEC MIX partnered with several businesses in the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex to deliver 2,000 bikes to deserving kids for Christmas.
Entering it’s 18th season, the SPEC MIX BRICKLAYER 500 is ready to kick off it’s regional series. New in 2019, the Jr. Bricklayer Competition and Masonry Education Day program.
In front of the largest crowd in the 17-year history of the SPEC MIX BRICKLAYER 500® World Championship, Mason Mario Alves of A & M Masonry in Hamilton, Ontario won big. Mario claimed the crown “World’s Best Bricklayer.”
The energy was palpable at the 2019 World of Concrete trade show in Las Vegas. 60,511 registered professionals from around the world packed the Convention Center, ready to promote concrete production and placement.