News

As of June 7th, all members should be back to work. All contracts have been settled and more details will be mailed out to our members later in the month.

THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR MEMBERS AND THE MEMBERS OF OTHER LOCAL UNIONS WHO STOOD WITH US IN SOLIDARITY. 

All members can return to work.

What does it mean if we go on strike June 1?

*Sign-Up CLOSED*

The May WA chapter meeting has changed dates! The management committee has voted to move the chapter meeting to THURSDAY MAY 20TH AT 6:00PM. This meeting will be held via Zoom video conference which you can sign up for below. 

There are two upcoming virtual events on March 24th and March 25th for anyone interested. Below are the descriptions and links:

The following list will be updated as new information is available. If you are a member of BAC Local 1 and have a child graduating this year (or next), we encourage you to look into these opportunities to defray the costs of college.

Our scholarship for Local members:
The Richard L. Jones Memorial Scholarship (Applications due May 31st)

Below are the current classes available online to BAC members. If you are interested in attending any of these classes, please contact the Western Washington Masonry Trades (206-768-8333) to reserve your space today.

*THIS SIGN-UP HAS BEEN CLOSED*

Negotiations will start in spring and we want to hear from our members. Typically, a special called meeting would be scheduled at the Union hall to accomplish this. Instead, we will be holding video-conferenced meeting(s) via Zoom. 

REQUIREMENTS:

For any members interested or wanting clarifications, below are the links to each State's restrictions published November 16th, 2020. Please click on your state below.
(BAC does not originate or have control over these documents)

FOR WASHINGTON CLICK HERE

FOR ALASKA CLICK HERE

It's National Apprenticeship Week. A time to reflect on the contributions by union members across the country that have built apprenticehsip programs into what they are today. A time to appreciate all of the journey level workers that provide the much needed on the job training required to continue our craft into the future. Finally, a time to thank the staff at our Western Washington Masonry Trades programs that provide the classroom instruction, certifications, and administration needed to progress our apprentices through Washington State's registered system.

Below is the list of candidates who have been endorsed by the Washington State Building and Construction Trades as beneficial to Labor and the Construction Industry.