BAC Local 2 Michigan

Last week, the IUBAC held our virtual 2020 International Union Convention.  On behalf of BAC Local 2 MI, I would like to congratulate the IUBAC's Executive Board on their election as follows:

October 5, 2020

Immediate Jobs are available for SKILLED CRAFTWORKERS in the following Crafts:

Take Action

Orders can be placed after October 5, 2020

Please have your IU#  to place your order.

Contact your State Rep.  and tell them you are in support of Michigan’s Prevailing Wage.

If we don’t fight for ourselves, who will? One of the most potent tools we have to influence what happens at the bargaining table and what goes into the bread box is through the ballot box.

Recent News

To all Local 2 Members:

We are pleased to announce that, following CDC Guidelines, we will continue having BAC Local 2 Chapter meetings.  See the list of September Chapter meetings listed below.

OCTOBER 2020 CHAPTER MEETINGS

METRO DETROIT CHAPTER:
Tuesday, October 6, 2020 at 7:00 PM, 21031 Ryan Road, Warren, MI 48091

Advantages of becoming a signatory Contractor to the International Union of Bricklayers & Allied Craftworkers Skilled Flexible Workforce, Apprenticeship Training, Free Upgrade Training, and Drug Free Workforce.

Join the apprentices & journeymen of BAC Local 2 MI in saying, “I built that!”  BAC Local 2 represents all facets of the masonry sciences; Brick and Block, Stone, Cement, Plaster, Pointing/Cleaning/Caulking [Restoration and Preservation], Refractory, and Tile, Marble, or Terrazzo.

[Herndon, VA – October 3, 2018] Earlier today, the U.S. Senate passed the Concrete Masonry Products Research, Education and Promotion Act, providing Congressional authorization for the concrete masonry products industry to develop its own commodity checkoff program to support needed industry initiatives. The concrete masonry products bill was included in H.R. 302 as part of the Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization Act of 2018.

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