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  • Title: Welcome to the Bricklayers, Tilesetters and Allied Craftworkers Local 3 Union
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. Join.. Become a Member.. Apprenticeship Information.. About BAC 3.. Mission.. Constitution Preamble.. History.. Crafts Description.. Members.. Awards.. Retiree Information.. New Member Information.. Obituaries.. Scholarship Information.. Stewardship.. Frequently Asked Questions.. Member Benefits.. Collective Bargaining.. Health Welfare.. Pension Information.. Wages.. Become a Signatory Contractor.. News.. Monthly Articles.. Articles Archive.. Quarterly Newsletters.. Newsletters Archive.. Endorsements.. Voter Registration.. News You Can Use.. Events.. Apprenticeship Classes.. Chapter Meeting.. Photos.. Commuter Info.. Find Route by Starting Point.. Find Route by Destination.. Add Route.. Contractor.. Contact.. Contact by Email.. Contact by Phone.. Links.. Refractory TWIC/RSO.. Reciprocity Forms.. Brick.. Refractory.. Marble.. PCC.. Terrazzo.. Tile.. Local 3 Updates Sign-up.. 10806 Bigge St.. San Leandro, CA 94577.. ph: 510-632-8781.. fax: 510-632-8261.. Like Us On Facebook.. Follow Us On Twitter.. Welcome to the Bricklayers, Tilesetters and Allied Craftworkers Local 3 Union.. Our Union provides training, representation, promotion of our contractors, solidarity  ...   Finishers, Restoration Masons and Caulkers, Marble Masons and Finishers, Terrazzo Mechanics and Finishers, and Refractory Bricklayers who work various aspects of the industry in the Northern 46 counties of California.. JOB OPENING: BRICKLAYERS NEEDED!!!!.. Where: North Dakota.. Contractor: Jost Masonry.. Project: Minot Air Force Base Minot ND.. Project type: B-52 Hangers.. Project length: Until Christmas.. Subsistence: apartment or hotel provided.. Travel costs: call to discuss.. Contact Rick Tohm Office 701-838-6059 Mobile 701-500-0593.. Wages @ $28.. 96 check and $12.. 42 fringes.. NEWS ARTICLE - November 5, 2013.. NEWS ARTICLE - October 7, 2013.. NEWS ARTICLE - September 6, 2013.. NEWS ARTICLE - August 19, 2013.. NEWS ARTICLE - July 10, 2013.. November 30, 2013 - ACA FAQs -.. December 31, 2013 - CHAPTER MEETINGS -.. January 25, 2014 - 15TH ANNUAL BAC 3 CRAB FEED -.. 2009 Bac Local 3, California.. Privacy Policy..

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  • Title: Welcome to the Bricklayers, Tilesetters and Allied Craftworkers Local 3 Union
    Descriptive info: Apprenticeship provides classroom education, on the job training and develops hands on skill in an environment that fosters competition.. A competitive environment inspires creativity and challenges the will of each person to be successful in this most respected craft.. If you are joining as an apprentice with no experience, please contact the apprenticeship office.. If you have experience, contact us and we will provide you with a list of potential employers.. Once employed, the employer will conduct an evaluation and submit it to the union.. Those who require improvement will be assigned to specific training that will aid in securing journeyman status.. Each year the Union conducts local, regional, national and international competitions throughout the country.. At various levels, prizes and awards are presented to those that exemplify their respective trade.. Apprentice competitions are based on  ...   conditions.. Historically good availability of work.. Solidarity and brotherhood.. Pride in craft.. Sociability (Fishing trips, picnics, sporting events, political events, etc.. ).. Scholarships.. (more information click here).. Education.. International Reciprocal Agreements (more information click here).. Credit Union membership with Operating Engineers #3 Federal Credit Union (.. more information click here.. ).. Contractors that use untrained, unskilled personnel and inferior products in construction projects have diminished the perceived value of union masons in society.. The use of such personnel and products is a means to cut costs and increase profits of the contractors that produce an inferior product.. Proper training and discernment for quality products should not be replaced at the expense of the consumer.. To learn more about these advantages call us at.. 1-800-281-8781.. Signatory Contractor link exchange - Feature your work through our website.. Contact us..

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  • Title: Welcome to the Bricklayers, Tilesetters and Allied Craftworkers Local 3 Union
    Descriptive info: The objects and purpose of this Local Union are to provide for, protect and improve the general welfare of its members and the employees represented by it, both directly and indirectly by all lawful means and methods.. Pre-Amble to the Constitution of the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers.. (written in 1850).. Whereas, God has endowed all individuals with certain inalienable rights, among which are the right to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness; and,.. Whereas, The trend of employers, assisted by combined capital, is to debase labor and deny its lawful and just share of what it produces; and,.. Whereas, Experience has demonstrated the utility of concentrated effort in arriving at specific ends and it is an evident fact that if the dignity of labor is to be preserved it must be done by concentrated and united action; and.. Whereas, We hold that all individuals are created free and equal, and that honor and merit make the man, and that self-preservation is the first law of nature, and that those who would be free must first strike the blow.. Therefore, be it resolved, That knowing and looking to the righteousness and justice of our cause, we solemnly bind ourselves (by our most sacred honor) into one union to, by all lawful and just means, better our social and financial condition, by each for all, and all for each, supporting each other by influence and finances in all just demands for a fair rate of compensation for our labor and for reasonable hours of work per day; and.. Be it further resolved, That we recognize no rule of action or principle that would elevate wealth above industry, or the professional above the working man; that we recognize no distinction in society, except that based upon worth, usefulness and in good order, and no superiority except that granted by the great Architect or our existence; and, calling upon God to witness the rectitude of our intentions, we, the delegates here assembled, confirm and establish the following constitution.. As far back as the 19th Century, North American masonry workers have protected their wages and working conditions by forming unions and associations.. In 1823, for example, journeymen stone cutters in New York City struck in support of the ten-hour work day, while masons in Troy, New York, went on strike in 1835 for higher wages.. Craft unions became stronger in Canada during the 1850s as employers tried to dismantle the wage system and undermine workers standard of living.. Today's BAC was formed October 17, 1865, with John A.. White, a member of the Baltimore local, serving as president.. Since its founding, BAC members have created a proud legacy of fighting for good jobs and wages, better and safer working conditions, and dignity for every worker.. A severe economic depression in the 1870s wiped out all but nine unions.. Displaying a resiliency that would come to characterize BAC, the union survived the decade intact.. In 1881, BAC became an international union with the admittance of locals representing workers from Hamilton and Toronto in Ontario, Canada.. And in 1882, the Union took a stand against segregation by admitting locals representing the southern United States.. The Union's acceptance of all masonry workers was formalized at the 1897 convention, in Worcester, Massachusetts.. Delegates to the Convention agreed that membership in the Union should be open to all members of the mason craft.. without condition as to servitude or race.. BAC was one of the first unions to support the eight-hour work day, which was a top legislative priority for delegates to the 1869 convention.. By 1886 the nine-hour day had been put into effect in almost all large cities, as required by the Constitution, thanks in large part to the efforts of BAC members.. In 1901 the battle for the eight-hour day was won.. The eight-hour day became the rule for workers across North America.. William J.. Bowen was elected BAC president in 1904.. Under his leadership BAC's craft jurisdiction expanded.. In 1917, for example, tilelayers became part of the Union.. By 1928, when he left office, BAC's membership had grown to roughly 130,000 members.. But the Great Depression took its toll.. By 1933, the Union's membership dropped to 35,000.. Harry Bates became president of the union in 1935.. He served until 1960, and was instrumental in expanding the Union's participation in the creation of national policy.. Bates helped to pass the U.. S.. Housing Act of 1937, a nationwide program to develop low-cost housing for workers.. He worked to make fair labor standards a part of defense policy, and negotiated to ensure that 95 percent of defense construction would be performed with union members.. Bates also participated in the development of the Seabees, the Construction Battalion of the U.. Navy, and chaired the convention that voted to merge the American Federation of Labor and the Congress of Industrial Unions to form the AFL-CIO.. By the 1950s, BAC's membership included bricklayers, stone and marble masons, cement masons, plasterers, tile layers, terrazzo and mosaic workers, pointers, cleaners and caulkers.. By 1960 the Union had grown to 156,000 members reflecting broader craft jurisdiction and new work opportunities.. New materials were introduced in the 1960s and 1970s, and work shifted to areas that had traditionally been non-union.. In response, BAC took three important steps:.. * The International Masonry Institute (IMI) was established as a labor-management trust fund to promote the unionized masonry industry, apprenticeship training, research and development and labor management relations.. * New departments were created to address collective bargaining, communications, education, organizing and trade jurisdiction.. * The International Pension Fund, and BACPAC, BAC's political action committee, were created.. The Union's name was changed to the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftsmen in 1975, and in 1979, John T.. Joyce, the International's Secretary-Treasurer became president.. In the early 1980s, poor economic conditions in the Canadian and U.. construction industries, competing materials, non-union competition and a general deterioration in the political and legal climate for the labor movement caused BAC's membership to drop again.. The Project 2000 Committee was formed as a result of these challenges, and in 1985 the group presented a plan designed to ensure the Union's survival as an independent masonry union.. Using the committee's plan as a blueprint, many improvements have been made to the union's structure and operations.. They include:.. * Establishment of ten regions; formation of an executive council with elected representatives  ...   of brick, stone or marble work shall be performed by bricklayers, stone masons and tuckpointers including caulking and cleaning of all types of masonry (including precast masonry and concrete panels) and caulking of all window frames encased in brick, stone, concrete or other masonry.. Additionally, they will be grinding and cutting out of brick, stone, marble, or other masonry joints and replacing of joints only, and sand blasting and steam cleaning is included.. They handle various types of mastics, plastics, epoxies, thiokols, silicone and all clear weatherproofing and waterproofing materials used in pointing, cleaning, weatherproofing and waterproofing and expansion joints of all types of construction, such as the following: Concrete, Brick, Concrete Block, Marble, Stone, Tile, Precast Concrete, Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete, Exterior Insulated Finish System, Plaster, Wood, Metal Windows, Storefronts, Curtain Wall, Glass Blocks, Hollow Metal, and Fire Caulking.. Various epoxy work would include all epoxy injection, epoxy grouting, epoxy coatings, and epoxy sealants.. The assembly and hanging of all types of hanging platforms, baskets, boatswains chairs etc.. , including: setting up guard rails, electric motors, wire rope cable, rope falls, electric cables and other miscellaneous swing staging equipment.. Installation of C-hooks, out riggers, beams, counter weights, parapet clamps and the like.. All rigging and safety tie back.. , Installation of lifelines and other fall arrest procedures and equipment.. all moving and relocation of power suspended platform equipment.. Operation of man-lifts and other hydraulic scaffolding and aerial lifts.. This agreement shall cover all products or new systems relating to the aforementioned hanging or aerial equipment.. Building inspections and survey, chemical cleaning, water blasting, steam cleaning, other types of power washing and hand cleaning.. Dry cleaning, sand blasting, power cleaning with limestone dust and crushed glass, etc.. Installation and operation of all systems that collect any material after use.. Paint stripping, chemical or mechanical.. Cutting out joints by power or by hand method, mixing mortars, pointing repointing, scrub, Manchester grouting, striping, drilling, pinning, anchoring masonry material.. Selective captured demolition for replacement with same or like material, rebuilding of masonry, cutting of steel and welding operations.. Brick and stone replacement-Dutchman, torch cutting and welding as related to masonry repairs, shelf angle and Lintel replacement, flashing and anchoring epoxy anchoring.. Brick and stone patching - including all preparatory work, chipping, sawing, clean-up and coating.. Masonry and concrete chimney and smoke stack repair, terra cotta repairs and replacement, toothing of brick and stone, application of clear repellent waterproofing, application of cement base or acrylic coating.. Mold making and fabrication of specialty masonry and stone items.. Installation of fiberglass, plastic gypsum, reinforced concrete and vinyl substitutes, operating chipping guns or hammers, electric power tools and other equipment necessary.. Application of carbon fiber, epoxy fabric wrap and banding systems for the restoration and retrofit on concrete or masonry.. Marble.. Marble Masons work includes the installation, erection and all cutting in connection with the setting of all interior and exterior marbles, granites, limestone, sandstone, slate, scaglioca, opaque glass, vitrolite, albereen, saniongx, all artificial, imitation, cast marble, cast concrete panels of whatever thickness or dimension including such materials manufactured by foreign and domestic producers, including all polish, honed, flame, sand finished materials as well as all iron, stainless steel accessories in the connection of such materials, included is the laying of all Granites, Limestone, Sandstone, all Natural Stone, Clay Products, Cultured Marble and Granite or any other pre-made materials that resemble stone (counter tops, walls, and panels) regardless of dimension size (zodiac stone, ceasar stone, sile stone, cambria, tetrastone, pep stone, techno stone, river stone, techni stone, retro 2000 stone and bergamo stone SRL).. Also marble, tile, slate tile, terrazo tile, limestone tile, and limestone, marble, granite veneer on honeycomb panels and cobblestones.. This shall apply to the interior and exterior walls, floors, ceiling, walks, promenade roofs, stairs, facings, hearths, fireplaces, showers, thresholds and anything customarily called stone in the trade.. All vanity tops, kitchen counters, security, desks, windowsills or other stone installed tops are covered by this agreement.. All stone veneers to unlimited thickness on jobs classed as one story fronts is the work of the marble masons and marble masons wages shall be paid and working conditions (Article X) applied according to this agreement.. Also the hanging and rigging of all pre-cast concrete and stone panel systems including the welding and erection of such systems.. The installation of all floors unlimited thickness with setting procures of thin set, epoxy; fat mud and/or dry packs will be covered under this agreement.. All panel systems, mechanical system and back up iron will be the work of marble masons and welders will be paid under marble mason wage rate.. Shopworker's.. work refers to that traditionally performed by Polishers, Stickers, Sawyers, Machine Technicians (all machines and equipment used in the fabrication of all stones, marbles and granites).. Marble Finisher's.. work includes mixing of all mortar, rubbing and grinding, cleaning, washing, grouting and pointing up of all marble installed by the Marble Setter, handling of all sand, cement, marble or stone and any and all materials that may be used by a Marble Setter.. When a Marble Setter goes on a job where there is sufficient work for a Marble Setter and Marble Finisher, the Marble Setter shall be accompanied by a Marble Finisher.. Refractory Bricklayers.. Refractory Bricklayers occupy a unique niche in the trowel trades.. Specializing in this aspect of bricklaying, you will be working at Petroleum Refineries, Power Plants, Chemical Plants, Glass Furnaces,Kilns, and many other locations where high temperatures and extreme environments are prevalent.. Commonly referred to as firebrick, the myriad of materials used in various sizes and shapes has little in common with what is used in standard outside construction.. Historically, these applications have been brick, so bricklayers continue to perform this work.. A sound base in bricklaying will be required as you may be called upon to do brickwork involving compound miters, arches, domes and transitions.. With the advent of new materials and application techniques, the refractory bricklayer may be required to posses many other skills other than bricklaying.. Welding anchors, forming and pouring, pneumatic ramming of plastic materials and guniting are also integral parts of the refractory trade.. Due to the nature of this trade, projects can involve long hours such as 7 days a week, 12 hours shifts ( 7/12's).. The title, Refractory Specialist , can be a rewarding and lucrative career for the individuals who are willing to commit themselves to this lifestyle..

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  • Title: Welcome to the Bricklayers, Tilesetters and Allied Craftworkers Local 3 Union
    Descriptive info: 2013.. 2012.. 2011.. 2010.. 2009.. 2008.. 2007.. 2006.. December 6, 2013 - Service Award.. Member with 25 year of service.. -Ulises Arenas.. -Lorenzo Betti.. -Larry Bloom.. -Daniel Cisneros.. -Daniel Colon.. -Joe Giannone.. -Juan Gudino.. -Mario Martinez.. -David Orlandi.. -Xiao Hua Ouyang.. Member with 40 years of service.. -Klaus Kummerling.. -John Scott.. Member with 50 years of service.. -Albert Rivera.. November 1, 2013 - Service Award.. Member with 25 years of service.. -Richard Banuelos.. -Brent Barney.. -Mark Brown.. -Joseph Rivera Sr.. -Stephen Marriott.. -Richard Avila.. -Antonio Santana.. October 7, 2013 - Service Award.. -Darin Compton.. -I L Dennis.. -Bobbie Edwards.. -Gregory Miranda.. -Joseph Briar.. -Peter Presley.. September 6, 2013 - Service Award.. -Jaime Espinoza.. -Chi C Hoang.. -Carlos Rocha.. -Carlos Moglia.. -Richard Tipton Jr.. -Riley Hailey Jr.. -James Warren.. August 1, 2013 - Service Award.. -Mark Ansell.. -Pablo Madrigal.. -John Mondino.. -Giovanni Guadagnini.. -Colin Peach.. -Robert Ratto.. July 1, 2013 - Service Award.. -Yi Min Shen.. -Paul Holsworth Jr.. ,.. -James Nichelini Jr.. -Leroy Treft.. June 3, 2013 - Service Award.. -Albano Alexandre.. -Timothy Allen.. -James Donaldson.. -Michael Lee.. -Larry Smith.. -Angel Garcia Jr.. -Harvard Goldhammer.. -John Szotkowski.. -Donald Tosh.. -Stephen Wuelfing.. -Frank Brand.. -Richard Martinetti.. May 1, 2013 - Service Award.. -Christopher Ennis.. -Floyd Frost.. -Randall Ballard.. -Peter Dame.. -Clifford Peterson.. April 1, 2013 - Service Award.. -Robert McDaniel Jr.. -Jerry Ray.. -William Black.. -Jeffrey Case.. -Egidio Marchi.. -Patrick Marino.. March 1, 2013 - Service Award.. -Timothy Erickson.. -Timothy Taylor.. -Michael Green.. -Robert Sinclair.. February 1, 2013 - Service Award.. Member with 25 years service.. -John Davies.. -Dorsey Hellums.. -Gary Mitchell.. -Paul Richarz.. -David Stone.. -Biagio Vultaggio.. January 10, 2013 - Service Award.. Members with 25 years of service.. -Keith Frankfort.. -George Lawrence.. -David Mosebar.. -Antonio Nascimento.. December 28, 2012 - Service Award.. -Ramon Anaya.. -Terry Cardwell.. -Bruce Chase.. -Chun Te Chen.. -Gilman Deng.. -Phillip Hill.. -Shane Huntoon.. -Frank Pestana.. -Helio Sousa.. -James Migliardi.. -Alfred Silva.. -Donald Kent.. -Charles Ricardo.. November 2, 2012 - Service Award.. -Rudolf Majer.. -Tomislav Marinovich.. -Robert Van Meter.. -Edward Andersen.. October 1, 2012 - Service Award.. -Robert Mikesell.. -Gregory Nahem.. -Annjeannette Williams.. -Charles Becir.. -Dieter Mohr.. -Charles Sweatt Jr.. September 3, 2012 - Service Award.. -Ken Bartel.. -Jarvis Blackmon.. -Carl Carlson Jr.. -David Gomes.. -Michael Lumley.. -Richard Nickerson.. -Baldassare Vultaggio.. -Sereno Zucchiatti.. August 3, 2012 - Service Award.. -Henry Escoubat.. -Francisco Martinez.. -Juan Martinez.. -Thomas Lessard.. -Walter Herrington Jr.. -Howard Killmer.. -George Lunardi.. July 8, 2011 - Service Award.. - Richard Faria Jr.. - Scott Metzler.. - Samuel Stidham.. - Richard Bowman Jr.. June 30, 2011 - Service Award.. -Leroy Egenberger.. May 6, 2011 - Service Award.. Member with 25 years of service.. - Timothy Corbin.. - Daniel Martin.. - Michael Stefanic Jr.. - Jeffery Toon.. - Ralph Day.. April 1, 2011 - Service Award.. - Kenneth J.. Kearns.. - Eddie Whitaker.. March 1, 2011 - Service Award.. -Vernon R.. Down.. -James R.. Templeton.. -Jerry J.. Kent.. February 1, 2011 - Service Award.. Member with 25 Years of Service.. - Wayne Scheffler.. Member with 40 Years of Service.. - Paul Glavaris.. January 3, 2011 - Service Award.. Members With 25 Years of Service.. - Richard Amble.. - Steven Diemert.. - Jimmie Evans.. - Ernie Zenteno.. Member With 40 Years of Service.. - Joseph Sylvester Jr.. Member With 50 Years of Service.. - Ronald L.. Rasmussen.. December 1, 2010 - Service Award.. - Stephen Baldeviso.. - Garrett Chambers.. - Michael Johnson.. - Robert Kirk.. - Ruben Ramirez.. - Gabriel Rodriguez.. - Stephano Tassin.. - Lewis Winningham III.. - Joseph Rosalez.. November 1, 2010 - Service Award.. - Giovacchino Diodati.. October 1, 2010 - Service Award.. - Eldon Garcia.. - Scott Gilies.. - Renato Ramirea.. - Michael Schneider.. - Michael Stanchina.. - Norman Snyder.. September 1, 2010 - Service Award.. - Joseph M.. Perri.. - Wasili Woronow.. August 2, 2010  ...   G.. Winn.. -Jack C.. Chesson.. January 30, 2009 - Service Award.. -Mark S.. Atencio.. -Steven C.. Guerrero.. -Antonio F.. Paz.. -Ronald Pelache.. -Otorniel (Tony) Santos.. -Kenneth F.. Shively.. -Daniel L.. Wilcox.. September 24, 2008 - Service Award.. 25 year member: Larry C.. Stokes.. 40 year member: Anthony M.. Marinovich Jr.. 50 year member: Manuel Fortes.. August 29, 2008 - Service Award.. 25 year member: Paul L.. Lesage.. 40 year member: John A.. Castro.. 50 year member: Joseph A.. Nunes.. Lee DeAlba.. Robert J.. Ameil.. August 1, 2008 - Service Award.. 25 year member: Alan W.. Dowell.. Song I Kim.. 40 year member: Justin J.. Garland.. Roy D.. Swenson.. Sidney T.. Shannon.. 50 year member: Arthur E.. Reinke.. June 30, 2008 - Service Award.. 25 year member: Ernest Carrasco.. Giovanni Montante.. Joseph Patania.. Michael Gillitzer.. 40 year member: Steven M.. Jenkins.. May 30, 2008 - Service Award.. 25 year member: Richard A.. Ceraolo.. Victor M.. Garcia Jr.. 40 year member: Ben T.. Spear.. April 30, 2008 - Service Award.. 40 year member: Luigi Dalessio.. Ronald Gresham.. 50 year member: John F.. Tuck.. March 31, 2008 - Service Award.. 25 year member: Jeffery A.. Lostak.. Jose A.. Ruiz.. 50 year member: Jerry L.. Shieler.. February 28, 2008 - Service Award.. 40 year member: John Despanie.. January 31, 2008 - Service Award.. 25 year member: Larry Tibbits, Marc Thomas.. 50 year member: David Vorhes.. August 1, 2007 - Service Award.. Brian Walker - 25 years.. Robert Hullett - 50 years.. Bruno Matzke - 50 years.. July 1, 2007 - Service Award.. Jerry Fuller - 50 years.. Derek Larkin - 40 years.. Luigi Palombo - 40 years.. June 1, 2007 - Service Award.. Mark Taylor - 25 years.. Helmut Bach - 50 years.. Bret Matthews - 25 years.. Doug Pritchett - 25 years.. May 2, 2007 - Service Award.. Miller Woody - 50 years.. Robert Gonzalez - 50 years.. Duane Blakeman -50 years.. April 1, 2007 - Service Award.. Daniel Batis - 25 years.. Felix Tully, Jr.. - 40 years.. December 1, 2006 - Service Award.. William Dumas -25 years.. Jerome Franceschi, Jr.. -25 years.. Mark Perri 25 years.. Herbert Smith -25 years.. November 1, 2006 - Service Award.. Robert Mazza -50 years.. Manuel Sears -50 years.. October 1, 2006 - Service Award.. Gary Mitzel -25 years.. Steven Mike O'Brien -25 years.. Robert Wilkerson -25 years.. Norman Grube -50 years.. September 1, 2006 - Service Award.. Vincent Barr -25 years.. Martin Delgado -25 years.. Sergio DeOrnelas -25 years.. Michael Spencer -25 years.. Leroy Taylor -50 years.. James Weiss -50 years.. August 1, 2006 - Service Award.. Joyce Fujiwara -25 years.. Dennis Boatright -40 years.. Jack Fisher -50 years.. Paul Jeffrey -50 years.. Manfred Reschke -50 years.. Salvador Rodas -50 years.. Charles Suer -50 years.. July 1, 2006 - Service Award.. Savo Karovic -25 years.. Gerald Kent -25 years.. Russell Kintner -25 years.. Thomas Kammer -50 years.. June 1, 2006 - Service Award.. Dennis Cookson -25 years.. Judith Werner -25 years.. Wallace Case -50 years.. Charles Freer -50 years.. May 1, 2006 - Service Award.. Gary Alves -25 years.. David Inouye -25 years.. Kenneth Parsons -25 years.. Donald Virgo -50 years.. April 1, 2006 - Service Award.. Rick Sexton -25 years.. John Coopersmith -50 years.. Albert Gates -50 years.. Wilbur Isidore -50 Years.. March 1, 2006 - Service Award.. Eugene Jones -25 years.. William O'Connell -25 years.. Giuseppe Patania IV -25 years.. Fred Farley -40 years.. Robert Franco -50 Years.. Newt Ribondo -50 years.. Leonard Woollard -50 years.. February 1, 2006 - Service Award.. Robert Ameil, Jr.. - 25 years.. Dana Penney -25 years.. Gerhard Holder -50 years.. Harvey Hudnall, Jr.. -50 years.. January 1, 2006 - Service Award.. Rock McKinley -25 years.. Antonio Montante -25 years.. Philip Weltman -25 years.. Herbert Boggs -50 years.. Jack Madigan -50 years..

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  • Title: Welcome to the Bricklayers, Tilesetters and Allied Craftworkers Local 3 Union
    Descriptive info: Are you a Tile Member thinking about Retirement ?.. Let Allied Administrators help you through the process.. Call or email the Pension Department today and schedule your free one on one Pension.. Consultation.. Are you a Tile Member enrolled in the Self Funded PPO Plan ?.. Using a PPO Provider, means more money in your pocket.. To find a PPO Directory, you can visit www.. TileBenefits.. com and access.. the Useful Tools Menu and click on Links.. Have you logged on to www.. com ?.. Benefit Highlights.. Downloadable Health Pension Forms.. Plan Documents.. Registering is fast and easy!.. Demographic Information.. View your last 12 months Work History/Eligibility.. Pension Account Information.. There are many ways to reach Allied Administrators !.. Call us toll free (888) 877-8363 or (415) 986-6276 or fax (415) 439-5858.. Access the Contact Us option on www.. com to send us a secure email.. In person during business hours 8:30a.. m.. 4:30 p.. (Open during Lunch).. Allied is located at 633 Battery Street, 2nd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94111.. How can we assist you ?.. Congratulations to you all on your many years of service!!!.. SERVICE AWARDS (December 2008).. 25 year member Mario Castro, Michael Moheng.. 50 year member Ronald G.. Helbert.. SERVICE AWARDS (November 2008).. 25 year member Michael R.. Chappell.. 40 year member Tusameme Salanoa.. 50 year member Ernest D.. Busby.. SERVICE AWARDS (October 2008).. 25 year member David B.. Rhodes, Randy Fleming.. 40 year member Robert Gumm.. 50 year member Edward Heredia, Gus Aiello.. SERVICE AWARDS (Sep 2008).. 25 year member Larry C.. 40 year member Anthony Marinovich Jr.. 50 year member Manuel Fortes.. Service Awards (August 2008).. 25 year  ...   50-year member: David Vorhes.. SERVICE AWARDS ( Dec 2007).. 25-year member: Douglas Coyle, David Ferriera, Silvano Gutierrez.. 40-year member: Lucius Deason Jr.. , Christian Hagnere.. SERVICE AWARDS ( Nov 2007).. 25-year member: James Driggers, Roger Humphrey, Gregory Posadas.. 40-year member: Danny Himes.. 50-year members: Anthony Gennaro, Anthony Lopina.. SERVICE AWARDS ( Sep Oct 2007).. 50-year members: Salvatore Pavone.. SERVICE AWARDS ( Aug 2007).. 25-year members: Brian Walker.. 50-year members: Robert Hullett, Bruno Matzke.. SERVICE AWARDS ( July 2007).. 40-year members: Derek Larkin, Luigi Palombo.. 50-year members: Jerry Fuller.. SERVICE AWARDS ( June 2007).. 25-year members: Bret Matthews, Douglas Pritchett, Mark Taylor.. 50-year members: Helmut Bach.. SERVICE AWARDS ( May 2007).. 40-year members: Timoteo Leandro.. 50-year members: Duane Blakeman, Robert Gonzalez, Miller Woody.. SERVICE AWARDS (April 2007).. 25-year members: Daniel Batis.. 40-year members: Felix Tully Jr.. SERVICE AWARDS (March 2007).. 50-year members: Edward Albert.. SERVICE AWARDS (Feb/2007).. 50-year member: Anthony Gennaro.. SERVICE AWARDS (Jan/2007).. 25-year member: Phillip Fugate, Salvatore Marchese, Vincent Schneider.. 50-year members: Joseph Sayers.. SERVICE AWARDS (Nov Dec/2006).. 25-year member: William Dumas, Jerome Franceschi Jr.. , Mark Perri, Herbert Smith.. 50-year members: Robert Mazza.. Service Awards (Oct/2006).. 25-year members: Gary Mitzel, Steven OBrien.. 40-year members: Robert Wilkerson.. 50-year members: Norman Grube.. Service Awards (Sep/2006).. 25-year members: Vincent Barr, Martin Delgado, Sergio Deornelas,.. Michael Spencer.. 50-year members: James Weiss.. Service Awards (Aug/2006).. 25-year members: Joyce Fujiwara.. 40-year members: Dennis Boatright.. 50-year members: Jack Fisher, Paul Jeffrey, Manfred Reschke, Salvador Rodas, Charles Suer.. Service Awards (July/2006).. 25-year members: Savo Karovic, Gerald Kent, Russell Kintner.. 50-year members: Thomas Kammer.. Service Awards (June/2006).. 25-year members: Dennis Cookson, Judith Werner.. 40-year member: Edward Meda.. 50-year members: Wallace Case, Charles Freer..

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  • Title: Welcome to the Bricklayers, Tilesetters and Allied Craftworkers Local 3 Union
    Descriptive info: Scholarship Information.. BAC Local 3 and the International Union of BAC sponsor scholarship programs for eligible BAC members and their families.. The following link will bring you to the available scholarships offered through the International Union of BAC: (.. Click here.. Click.. here.. for the BAC Local 3 Sullivan Kraw Scholarship.. Congratulations on your decision to become a member of the Bricklayers, Tilelayers and Allied Craftworkers Local 3 and the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers (BAC).. You are now a member of one of the oldest, most respected and highly skilled trade unions in the United States and Canada.. As a BAC member, you have the opportunity to continue the proud tradition of craft excellence and union solidarity started by our founders over  ...   Federal Credit Union (OEFCU) to assist in securing your financial future.. Please visit the.. OEFCU website.. The future of our great Union rests with you.. BAC is your union! Help strengthen and build it by getting involved and exercising you rights.. One of the best ways to do that is by attending local or.. chapter meetings.. to ask questions, make suggestions and express your concerns.. You can also contribute to our Union by.. voting in elections.. ; reaching out to organize new members; volunteering your time; and staying informed by reading publications, such as the IU Journal.. To receive a copy of the BAC Local 3 Constitution and By-Laws, please.. contact us.. If you have additional questions,.. contact your local officers.. Get Your Tools Now..

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  • Title: Welcome to the Bricklayers, Tilesetters and Allied Craftworkers Local 3 Union
    Descriptive info: 2005.. June 30, 2011 - Larry Barnett 17 yr member.. June 30, 2011 - Leo DeStefanis 60 yr member.. June 10, 2011 - Neal Stone 34 yr member.. May 28, 2011 - Everett Makowski 59 yr member.. May 18, 2011 - Dan Bartel 48 yr member.. May 1, 2011 - Herbert Boggs 55 yr member.. April 19, 2011 - Arthur McNultz 56 yr member.. March 21, 2011 - Douglas Rose 70 yr member.. March 10, 2011 - Lloyd Conley 64 yr member.. March 3, 2011 - Mark Archuleta 32 yr member.. March 2, 2011 - Tom Sousa 49 yr member.. January 17, 2011 - Michael Butts 40 yr member.. December 17, 2010 - Michael Bedard 24 yr member.. December 12, 2010 - Robert Weinheimer 46 yr member.. December 2, 2010 - Hugo Jimenez.. November 30, 2010 - George Freedman 51 yr member.. November 18, 2010 - Steve Ballas.. November 9, 2010 - George Jonutz 59 yr member.. September 16, 2010 - Vernon Haversack 57 yr member.. September 8, 2010 - Edward Pitton 63 yr member.. July 29, 2010 - Lawrence Sweeney 55 yr member.. July 19, 2010 - Norman Howe.. July 17, 2010 - Jack Ottervanger 50 yr member.. June 10, 2010 - Melvin Blessing 51 yr member.. June 10, 2010 - Leo DeStefanis.. May 16, 2010 - Curtt Bush 24 yr member.. April 27, 2010 - Salvotore Pavone 51 yr member.. April 8, 2010 - Jimi Sousa 45 yr member.. September 9, 2009 - John Studulski 55 yr member.. August 24, 2009 - Bill Johnson, 33 yr member.. July 30, 2009 - Ramon Macias 8 yr member.. July 18, 2009 - Lee DeAlba 51 yr member.. July 2, 2009 - Wayne Vanaman 35 yr member.. July 2, 2009 - Gary Higginbotham 33 yr member.. June 19, 2009 - Erik Sorensen 45 yr member.. June 15, 2009 - Clarence Suer 60 yr member.. June 5, 2009 - Edward Litzius 60 yr member.. May 22, 2009 - Newt Ribondo 51 yr member.. May 17, 2009 - Luigi D'Alessio.. May 13, 2009 - Dale Kelsey 21 yr member.. May 3, 2009 - Levi Gruys 4 yr member.. May 2, 2009 - George Scampini 50 yr member.. April 10, 2009 - Lloyd Steffens 56 yr member.. April 7, 2009 - Jack Madigan 53 yr member.. March 25, 2009 - Larry English 47 yr member.. March 20, 2009 - Samuel Crocco 50 yr member.. March 18, 2009 - Miguel Torres 21 yr member.. March 15, 2009 - Fernando S.. Cardoso 24 yr member.. March 1, 2009 - Arthur Dirksen 47 yr member.. March 1, 2009 - Edward W.. Murphy 58 yr member.. February 18, 2009 - Vincent LoFranco 62 yr member.. January 3, 2009 - Douglas M.. Johnson 10 yr member.. December 29, 2008 - Paul Lancaster 63 yr member.. December 16, 2008 - Marcelinus Canaya 24 yr member.. December 15, 2008 - Martin Berger 60 yr member.. December 11, 2008 - Patrick Canavan 62 yr member.. November 22, 2008 - Khet Saelee 9 yr.. member.. October 12, 2008 - Arthur J.. Simmons, 62 yr member.. September 4, 2008 - Patrick Luther Smith 48 yr.. September 3, 2008 - Nan Chuen Chow 22 yr.. August 30, 2008 - Arnold Chavez 56 yr..  ...   William Mosier 31 yr.. October 19, 2007 - Natale Bortolin 46 yr.. October 7, 2007 - Mathias Lenhof 55yr.. October 5, 2007 - Edward Fabian 52 yr.. September 25, 2007 - Charles Cora 47 yr.. September 7, 2007 - Richard Shepherd 43 yr.. August 29, 2007 - Harold Boudreaux 65 yr.. August 21, 2007 - Andy Dong 3 1/2 yr.. August 21, 2007 - Bill Scates 61 yr.. August 18, 2007 - Dave Ives 48 yr.. August 14, 2007 - John Naslund 59 yr.. August 8, 2007 - Albert Landucci 71 yr.. July 27, 2007 - Russell Waahto 61 yr.. June 13, 2007 - Frank Giuliani 48 yr.. June 11, 2007 - Robert Mazza 50yr.. June 4, 2007 - Opal Harvey 58 yr.. May 25, 2007 - Kenneth Parsons 44 yr.. May 1, 2007 - Johann Steinberger 44 yr.. April 17, 2007 - Dominic Pagliaro 61 yr.. April 16, 2007 - Warren Boyd 36 yr.. April 5, 2007 - Lynette Walker 1 yr.. April 5, 2007 - Rudolph Galleguillos 38 yr.. March 24, 2007 - Arthur Morris 61 yr.. March 22, 2007 - Ercole "Ed" Ronco 60 yr.. March 13, 2007 - Enzo DiRegolo 55 yr.. February 22, 2007 - WH (Hank) Long 54 yr.. February 15, 2007 - Angelo Polizzi 57 yr.. February 14, 2007 - Ralph Zorn 56 yr.. February 13, 2007 - Stonewall Kirkes 36 yr.. January 31, 2007 - Harry Jordison 60 yr.. January 25, 2007 - Michael J.. Bowler 51 yr.. January 15, 2007 - John Wells 57yr.. January 15, 2007 - Clarence Steding 70 yr.. January 12, 2007 - William (Bill) Guinn 43yr.. member.. December 20, 2006 - Alfred Beneziano.. December 15, 2006 - Jorge Cuevas M.. November 22, 2006 - Arthur Souza.. November 18, 2006 - Randy Gualtieri.. October 31, 2006 - Lynwood Wallace.. October 31, 2006 - Richard Trent.. October 17, 2006 - Roland Reich.. September 28, 2006 - Timoteo Leandro.. September 23, 2006 - Elmer Crawford.. September 5, 2006 - John Edgar Little.. August 26, 2006 - Ralph D.. Perry.. August 18, 2006 - Raymond Vollmer.. August 15, 2006 - Andrew Fawver.. August 3, 2006 - Donald Lynd.. July 29, 2006 - Augustin Regalado, Jr.. July 28, 2006 - Emmett (Frank) Boyle.. July 21, 2006 - Roland (Bud) Smith.. July 19, 2006 - Edward Meda.. June 6, 2006 - Walter Bowers.. May 29, 2006 - Juan G.. Rodriguez.. May 26, 2006 - John Powell.. April 28, 2006 - Everett Sweeny.. April 25, 2006 - Tom McDermott.. April 25, 2006 - Robert Avara.. April 24, 2006 - Jose O.. Gonzales.. April 24, 2006 - David Chapman.. April 10, 2006 - Giovanni Brunamonti.. April 7, 2006 - Joseph Costa, Jr.. March 29, 2006 - Gustavo Farfan.. March 3, 2006 - Earl Cochran.. February 21, 2006 - Clyde King.. February 6, 2006 - Stanley A.. Gruver.. February 3, 2006 - Joseph Tuccori.. January 18, 2006 - Alfred DelReal.. January 10, 2006 - Joseph McEldowney.. January 7, 2006 - Theo Baer.. December 18, 2005 - Alfred Alvarado.. December 8, 2005 - Allen Sievers.. December 5, 2005 - William A.. Sylvia.. November 30, 2005 - Wayne Peach.. November 24, 2005 - Clifford Lines.. October 6, 2005 - Ronald Broertjes.. June 3, 2005 - Raymond Cavalli..

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  • Title: Welcome to the Bricklayers, Tilesetters and Allied Craftworkers Local 3 Union
    Descriptive info: BAC 3 CA Scholarship.. The BAC Local 3 Sullivan-Kraw Scholarship Fund was established by Don Sullivan and Sara Kraw.. The Fund is supported by family, friends and masonry industry members to help members of the Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers Local 3 CA provide higher education for their families.. The selected winners will receive a financial award for undergraduate study at the institution in which the student is enrolled, except for students awarded full scholarship from another source.. In order to apply for the BAC Local 3 scholarship, applicants must submit a letter expressing their feelings about the Union.. These are letters by the children of our members.. They express the best of us and we are thankful for their insight and make for great reading.. If you are interested in the scholarship program.. to find out more information.. for the 2013 BAC  ...   Chen.. Howard.. Jessica.. Trevor.. Lee.. Andrew Jia-Haur.. Nelson.. Ryan.. Rossi.. Franca.. Sparks.. Patrick.. Williams.. Nicole.. 2008-09 Sullivan-Kraw Scholarship Recipients.. Kathryn Bedard.. Jessica Chen.. Briana Danner.. Kristen Elizabeth.. Nicole Fewins.. Andrew Jia-Haur Lee.. Perry Liao Raymond Liao.. Sanida Mujanovic.. Andrea M.. ary-Helen Nelson.. 2007-08 Sullivan-Kraw Scholarship Recipients.. Chen, Jessica.. Compton, Tiffani.. Danner, Briana.. Driver, Anthony.. Fewins, Trevor.. Fuller, Celeste.. Hellums, Sara.. Johnson, Dustin.. Jusic, Sedina.. Kafri, Yael.. Lee Andrew.. Liao, Raymond.. Liao, Perry.. Liu, Jing Le.. Mujanovic Sanida.. Mujanovic, Suvada.. Nelson, Andrea.. Nelson, Katrina Peery, Nathaniel.. Perry, Sonia.. Shen, Dacheng.. Warner, Chelsea.. Ring (White), Katie.. Year of 2006 Sullivan-kraw Scholarship Recipients.. Christopher Batis.. Wyatt Covich.. Briana Danner.. Trevor Fewins.. Abigal Freer.. Sarah Gualtieri.. Yael Kafri.. Jinelle LeSaqe.. Redecca Lindduer.. Jing Le Liu.. Claudia Martinez.. Katrina Nelson.. Sonia Jean Perry.. Kristen Perri.. Cynthia Sanchez.. Dacheng Shen.. Kelly E.. Sunquist.. Nicole Trask.. Diana Valiente.. Anthony Valiente..

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  • Title: Welcome to the Bricklayers, Tilesetters and Allied Craftworkers Local 3 Union
    Descriptive info: Definition:.. A union member appointed as the union representative of a shop or department in dealings with the management.. Role and Responsibility.. As a BAC Steward, you have daily contact with the members, other trades, and management.. How the local and the Union as a whole are perceived by each of these groups is influenced by your attitude and behavior.. If you are positive about the Union, if you maintain your composure, if you demonstrate a commitment to quality, then a good impression of the Union is conveyed.. On the job, you are both a worker and the local unions representative.. In this capacity, you are called on to educated the members about the Union and respond to their questions or refer them to the Principal Officer of your local.. In addition, you are called on to solve everyday job related problems.. In most cases - by using common sense - you will be able to resolve these problems with little or no difficulty.. The key things to remember are to be fair, unprejudiced, listen carefully, be thorough in your investigation, and maintain a high level of respect for both the workers and management.. And when in  ...   questions they have about the Union.. Listening.. to members needs and concerns.. Protecting members rights on the job.. - including making sure that work and safety rules outlined in the collective bargaining agreement or working code are enforced.. Communicating with the field representative in your area.. - making sure that he/she is aware of member questions and concerns and is kept informed of all problems or potential problems on the job.. Responding promptly and decisively to all complaints.. , including those involving any form of harassment.. Maintaining good records.. of members and hours worked on the job, details related to problems or grievances, accident reports, and safety concerns raised.. Acting as a model of fairness.. - treating everyone the same - regardless of race, creed, gender, age, sexual orientation, or political belief.. Working productively and following good work practices will give you credibility with both management and your fellow members.. Solving problems.. - work related and others.. As a service organization we should be concerned with our members - both on and off the jobsite.. If we can help - we should.. Supporting your local officers and the Union.. by attending union meetings.. Contact Us for More Information..

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  • Title: Welcome to the Bricklayers, Tilesetters and Allied Craftworkers Local 3 Union
    Descriptive info: About Union Representation.. What is a Union?.. A union is an organization of workers joined together for a common purpose.. It exists to engage in collective bargaining in order to secure decent work conditions, benefits and wages.. Workers found out that individually they did not have the same strength as they do when they stand together.. Being in a union is the best way to secure your rights as employees.. Why are Unions important?.. There are lots of advantages to union representation.. A worker may join a union for any number of reasons.. Most workers join unions to protect themselves from management s unfair, behavior, to earn a fair wage and have benefits.. Who runs the Union?.. BAC Local 3 is run by the president/secretary treasurer and three vice-chairperson who make up the management committee.. The president/secretary treasurer and vice-chairperson are elected every three years by the membership as mandated by federal law.. The president oversees the day to day operation  ...   a Union Business Agent/Field Representative?.. They find jobsites and work that is being performed in their assigned area.. Checks on who is doing the masonry, pcc, tile, marble or terrazzo work on the jobsite.. If a Union Contractor: Enforces our CBA Checks status of workers to ensure they are members of Local #18 and current in their dues Takes complaints from members and tries to solve the problem keeps the members informed of any current issues.. If Non-Union Contractor: Talks to the General Contractor about the N/U Contractor - Gathers information about the N/U Contractor Talks to the workers and collects information about their working conditions including pay rate etc.. - enforce prevailing wage laws.. They try and organize contractors and workers into the union.. They attend building trades and many other meetings and report back to the president about issues that might affect the local.. They trucking jobs to help retain and increase our market share, and perform many other tasks..

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