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BAC Members are the Best Hands in the Business

Bricklayers Local 15 MO/KS/NE represents the highest skilled craftworkers in the trowel trades across Western Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska. With pride we offer the highest quality mechanics to our contractors and community to preserve the traditions, credibility and integrity of our industry.  Our members are continuing the proud tradition of craft excellence and union solidarity started by our founders more than 150 years ago.

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Upcoming Events

16 Jul

Kansas City Chapter Meeting

3:30PM - 5:00PM

Join us @ 4:30 pm for the Kansas City Chapter Meeting to learn important BAC 15 MKN information. 

23 Jul

Omaha Chapter Meeting

4:30PM - 5:30PM

Join us @ 5:30 pm for the Omaha Chapter Meeting to learn important BAC 15 MKN information. 

27 Jul

Local 15's 25th Anniversary Celebration

All Day

Local 15 is proud to present an opportunity for all members and their families to come together in solidarity to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of

01 Aug

Springfield Chapter Meeting

4:30PM - 5:30PM

Join us at 5:30 pm for the Springfield Chapter Meeting to learn important BAC 15 MKN information.

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Union women earn 33% more than women working without the support of union representation

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July: BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month

Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) Mental Health Month is a time to raise awareness around the unique mental health concerns and needs of diverse racial and ethnic populations. 

Disadvantaged and underrepresented individuals and communities may experience unique hardships that can worsen mental health, which can be further complicated by barriers that may limit their access to mental health help when needed. 

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Stay Safe In The Heat

BAC members across the country regularly work in conditions outdoors in direct sunlight or in enclosed spaces that are not climate-controlled. This leads construction workers to suffer from heat-related illnesses and, in severe cases, death.

Before working in extreme heat, review the Center for Construction Research and Training (CPWR) checklists: Overall Heat-Illness Prevention Program Checklist for Construction and Daily Heat-Illness Prevention Checklist for Construction

OSHA's Heat Illness Prevention campaign educates employers and workers on heat hazards and provides resources to keep workers safe.