Bricklayers, Tilesetters and Allied Craftworkers Local 3 Union provides training, representation, promotion of our contractors, solidarity and respect to our craftworkers. We represent the oldest craft in the world and use basically the same techniques and tools as Masons and Tilesetters used 5000 years ago. We are some of the hardest workers society has to offer. BAC Local 3 represents Bricklayers/Stonemasons, Tile Layers and 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.

The Union Hall is no longer accepting walk in visits


For assistance, we are available by phone at (510)632-8781

Latest News

December 2022 Chapter Meetings

December Meetings 2022      LOCATION                              ADDRESS     DATE AND TIME SACRAMENTO 7465 Rush River  Dr.  (Mountain Mike's Pizza) 12/1/2022, 6:00PM MONTEREY 1945 Natividad Road., Salinas (The Pizza Factory) 12/6/2022, 6:00 PM OAKLAND 15301 Wick's...

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Newsletter 2021 & 2022

Click below to view: BAC - 2022 Fall Newsletter BAC - 2021 Fall Newsletter BAC - 2021 Spring Newsletter BAC - Winter 2021 Newsletter

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November 2022 General Meeting

November General Meeting 2022      LOCATION                              ADDRESS     DATE AND TIME MONTEREY 1945 Natividad Road., Salinas (The Pizza Factory) First Tuesday, 6:00PM SACRAMENTO 7465 Rush River  Dr.  (Mountain Mike's Pizza) First Thursday, 6:00 PM SAN...

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BAC Craft Award/Best Brick Project

The 2015 BAC Award for Best Use of Masonry Materials was presented to Local 3 California for the unparallel range and quality of members’ contributions to the construction of the Levi’s® NFL Stadium in Santa Clara. See here


The BAC is the oldest continuously serving International Union in North America. Year 2015 marked the 150th anniversary of the founding of our great International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers since 1865.