2014 - 2015 Wage Rates for ALL locals have been posted!
*UPDATED as of July 21, 2014* 2014 - 2015 Wage Rates have been posted for the following Locals:
Local 1, Locals 3, 9, & 11, Local 6, Local 7, Local 13 , Local 19, Local 21, Local 34
STATE APPRENTICESHIP CONTEST WINNERS
Over 2,000 hours
1st Place: Rick Brosig, Local 3
2nd Place: Josh Wolf, Local 9
Under 2,000 hours
1st Place: Pete Luedtke, Local 13
2nd Place: Matt Burt, Local 9
If you would like to pay your dues by credit or debit card please call the BAC District Council Office
at (262) 827-4080 x103.
BAC TOOL ROOM
The following tools are available for purchase at the BAC Tool Room
Smith and Crick Levels
48" - 42" - 36" - 24" -18"
Fredrick S Irons
Barrel Jointers and Barrels
Stick Rule / Mod, Space
Joint Raker / Skate
Please contact your Business Agent for more information about purchasing tools
Advanced Masonry Training
2014 IMI TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES
Classes are FREE to members. All classes are held in Bowie, Maryland. Please contact your Business Agent for more information or click on the Advanced Masonry Training tab for a list of classes.
Donating Time and Talent
at the Simmons Field Baseball Stadium in Kenosha, WI
In November 2013, Local 4 offered to help defray some of the cost at the Simmons Field Baseball Stadium by donating their time and talent. John Camosy of Camosy Construction took them up on their generous offer and 200 hours of work were completed by the Bricklayers. Simmons Baseball Stadium is called home by various high school, recreational and amateur baseball teams.
Pictured left to right: Rick Szymanski (Business Agent Local 5), Mark Graf (Training Instructor), Bill Bonlender (Business Agent Local 8), Jeff Leckwee (BAC District Council of WI Director), Gary Burns (Business Agent Locals 4 & 7), and Mike Williams (Training Instructor). Not pictured: Mike Pogorzelski.
IMI, National Geographic and the Great Cathedral Mystery
IMI National Training Director Robert Arnold along with other IMI staff were sponsored by National Geographic to help construct a scaled down version of Brunelleschi's Dome in Florence, Italy for a program on the engineering of the world's largest brick dome.