Member Benefits

BAC members' quality of life, on and off the job, is our top priority. BAC members enjoy fair wages, good benefits, safe working conditions, and solidarity among members.

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Pension Benefits

The International Pension Fund (IPF) was established in 1972 to help BAC members plan for a secure retirement. Since that time, the Fund has paid over two billion dollars to members and beneficiaries. 

International Pension Fund (IPF)

IPF provides pension benefits to participants and helps to create jobs and work hours for BAC members through its investments.

Pension Benefit FAQs

IPF cares about BAC members and their families and wants to assist them in finding answers to questions and to resolve their concerns promptly. 

Health Benefits

BAC International Health Fund was established in 1988 by the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers and various Contractor Associations. It is financed by employer contributions established in collective bargaining agreements between the Union and employers participating in the IHF.

International Health Fund (IHF)

IHF offers participating BAC Locals access to quality medical, hospital, and other health benefits that are offered to members at competitive rates.

Health Benefit FAQs

IHF cares about BAC members and their families and wants to assist them in finding answers to questions and to resolve their concerns promptly. 

Member Assistance Program (MAP)

MAP provides members and their families with a place to turn for help in coping with personal problems that interfere with job performance or home life. Services are confidential and at no cost.

Member Services/UnionPlus Discounts

BAC members are eligible for a broad array of convenient, money-saving services and programs. No Union dues are used to provide these benefits. 

BAC Disaster Relief Fund

The BAC Disaster Relief Fund has been a welcome source of sustenance for members affected by natural or other disasters. The program is funded through the personal contributions of the IU Executive Board, Local Union/ADC officers, members, signatory contractors, and through IU and Local Union grants. 

Collective Bargaining

Collective bargaining paves the road for better wages and benefits, improved working conditions, and retirement security. Most of the Union’s collective bargaining agreements are negotiated between Locals and employers directly.