IUBAC Executive Vice President- Carlos Aquin, IUBAC Western Regional Representative- Raymond Keen, BAC MWADC Director- Richard Crawford, BAC MWADC Secretary Treasurer- Anthony Ivester, Organizer- E

BAC Members of the Mountain West ADC on the job site of Bluffdale Middle School in Utah installing tile while practicing social distancing. Also attached are BAC Members of the Mountain West ADC on the jobsite of the Raiders Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada installing Tile and Stone also practicing social distancing. As well as Members from Pueblo Colorado working on Parkview State Hospital, Elevated Helipad


COVID-19 has taken away our Brother and Friend

McMillan Kihamahana 09/30/1941-04/04/2020

BAC Local 07 Colorado Member 1964-2020

CPWR Guidance on COVID-19 

Check back here often for updates to this information:

 In response to the construction industry’s questions regarding the COVID-19 outbreak, the following are steps workers should be taking now:

Summary of FFCRA and CARES Act

Gordon Lafer on Right-to-Work-For-Less at BAC Executive Council

Published on Jun 13, 2013

In his presentation titled "What's Wrong with Right to Work" to the BAC Executive Council on March 10, 2013, noted political economist and author Gordon Lafer, Associate Professor at the University of Oregon's Labor Education and Research Center, does a masterful job at separating fact from fiction when it comes to the economic consequences of state Right-to-Work-For-Less laws.

BAC Code of Conduct:

A Commitment to Quality, Dependability, and Value

The International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers 2005 Convention passed

a resolution endorsing the following BAC Code of Conduct:

As a member of the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers, I will

uphold the code of conduct embedded in our Union’s name – IUBAC:

I will come to work on time prepared to give my employer a fair day’s work for a

fair wage, and to work to the highest standards.