News

The new IHF Clinic inside the new ADC Hall located in Fenton, Missouri, opens to all active Members and their families on Tuesday, August 17!

The ADC Union Hall, IHF Health Fund Office, and Local 1 Pension Fund Office have relocated to our new home in Fenton, Missouri!

The ADC recently launched Online Dues Payments through the Member Portal.

The 2021 Bricklayer500 Regional Competition was held at Midwest Brick & Block on Saturday, October 2, 2021.

Bricklayers Local 1 of Missouri recently took job action as a result of the General Contractor awarding a portion of bricklayers' work to Flooring Systems, a 1310 Carpenters Contractor, at the new Panera Bread location at 14646 Manchester Road in Ballwin. 

Shown are Bricklayers' Local 1 of Missouri Business Agent Johnny Walker, Jr., Tile, Marble & Terrazzo Workers' Local 18 of Missouri President and Business Agent Mike Weber, and Retired Local 18 Member Rich Hanlon. 

At the August 2021 Local 1 Union Meeting, the first held in the new ADC Hall in Fenton, Missouri, ADC Director Brian Jennewein and ADC Secretary-Treasurer John Hopkin presented Brothers Ed Morris and Joe Wille with their 40-year Service Pins.  

Members receiving Service Awards in July and August 2021:

At the February 2021 Local 1 Union Meeting, ADC Director Brian Jennewein and ADC Secretary-Treasurer John Hopkin presented Brother Paul Mahoney with his 25-Year Service Pin.  

In late January 2021, Apprentices from our Tile, Marble & Terrazzo Workers' Union Local 18 of Missouri Apprenticeship Program crafted and delivered a handmade mosaic tile recreation of the Missouri Department of Conservation logo in a wooden frame.  The mosaic logo project is currently on display in the main entry foyer of the MDC St. Louis regional office.

The International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers annually awards three scholarships to students whose parents or step-parents are Members of a BAC Local. The stipends are $5,000 per year for up to four years – up to $20,000 total.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the SAT/ACT exam requirement has been waived and students do not need to take the SAT or ACT exam to be eligible to apply for this year's Bates Scholarship.

The COVID vaccines are becoming more widely available. As indicated in the graphics below, the vaccine is no-cost.  More information can be found here:
https://www.uhc.com/health-and-wellness/health-topics/covid-19/vaccine