Mission Statement

Current Members


  • Members, please contact Local to inform us of your current email address, and if you are a veteran please notify Local so we may update our files.
  • Retiree Meetings are the last Friday of every month at 11:00am. Find out more here.
  • Union meetings are the first Friday of every month at 7:00pm. Find out more here.
  • To maintain your position on the Out of Work list, you must make Roll Call. Roll Call is the first five days of March, June, September, and December. Find out more here.
  • Members are encouraged to update skills on the Out of Work list, verify drug tests, and safety module status. If any training is needed, contact Local so arrangements can be made.

Vacation Checks

  • If a member has had vacation checks direct deposited and wishes to stop direct deposits please contact Local.
  • If a member wants to have vacation check direct deposited for the December 2018 Distribution ,Contact Local or stop by for forms.
  • If member wants monthly dues withdrawn from vacation check, dues would have to be paid through December 2018 by October , 2018.

Know the Facts

Extremists in Michigan are trying to bust your Union! Despite its misleading title, so-called “Right to Work” laws do not guarantee anyone gainful employment and does not protect workers. In fact, “Right to Work” does the opposite! Workers in “Right to Work” states earn significantly less than workers in free bargaining states, workers have less health care in “Right to Work” states, and “Right to Work” states have a nearly 55% higher fatality rate on job sites. “Right to Work” is wrong for Michigan and wrong for Union Laborers and their families.

So-called Right-to-Work doesn't create jobs. It turns good union jobs into bad jobs.

  • Workers in so-called right-to-work states make about $5,300 less per year.
  • In so-called right-to-work states, fewer are free to join a union, slashing retirement contributions and crippling pensions.
  • You might call it “right-to-work to death” - the workplace death rate is 36 percent higher in so-called right-to-work states.