DCTCA

DCTCA Golf Outing Supports Architecture Students

The Detroit Ceramic Tile Contractors Association(DCTCA) held its 7th annual golf outing at Bay Pointe Country Club on July 23, 2019. The event supports DCTCA scholarships awarded annually to students at The University of Detroit Mercy School of Architecture and Lawrence Tech University School of Architecture. Following this year’s event, the DCTCA will have donated over …Read More

The Detroit Ceramic Tile Contractors Association Announces This Year’s Scholarship Winners

The Detroit Ceramic Tile Contractors Association (DCTCA) awarded this year’s DCTCA Scholarships at the association’s annual cocktail party at Club Venetian in Madison Heights on February 8, 2019. This year’s winners are architectural students Alissa Pillon from Lawrence Technological University and Raquel Charrier from the University of Detroit – Mercy. The scholarship is funded by …Read More

The Detroit Ceramic Tile Contractors Association Announces the 2018 Scholarship Winners

The Detroit Ceramic Tile Contractors Association (DCTCA) awarded this year’s DCTCA Scholarships at the association’s annual cocktail party at Club Venetian in Madison Heights on February 9, 2018. This year’s winners are architectural students Danny Simoski from the University of Detroit – Mercy and Allaa Mokdad from Lawrence Technological University. The scholarship is funded by …Read More

The Detroit Ceramic Tile Contractors Association Announces This Year’s Scholarship Winners

The Detroit Ceramic Tile Contractors Association (DCTCA) awarded this year’s DCTCA Scholarship at the association’s annual cocktail party at Club Venetian in Madison Heights on February 10, 2017. This year’s winners are Breanna Scranton, from Lawrence Technological University, and Albert Sachteleben, from the University of Detroit Mercy. Also in attendance at the presentation were Karl …Read More

Recommended Practices for Safety and Health Practices

Written by Jason Griffin, CAM Director of Education & Safety Services In October of 2016, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released its “Recommended Practices for Safety and Health Programs” which updates the traditional five core elements for effective safety and health management systems. The new model includes seven core elements: Management Leadership Worker …Read More

Classic Tile Work at TI Automotive: Eldorado Tile & Marble’s Precision Craftsmanship at TI Automotive’s New Corporate Offices

Written by Mary McArdle, CAM Magazine, August 2016 Eldorado Tile & Marble Co., Sterling Heights, turned the floor of a 5,000-square-foot lobby for TI Automotive’s new corporate office in Auburn Hills into a canvas of beautifully installed Italian tile. In this classic but contemporary installation, elegant black lines slice on a diagonal through a broad …Read More

Complying with OSHA’s Respirable Crystalline Silica Standard

Written by Jason Griffin, CAM Director of Education & Safety Services In June of 2016, OSHA passed regulation that was designed to protect workers from over exposure to respirable crystalline silica. Many questions have arisen as to how construction companies are to comply with the new standard which reduces the permissible exposure limit (PEL) to …Read More