A city is defined to a large degree by the character and quality of its people and its built
environment. Union masonry in New York City provides a perfect convergence of these two
elements, shaping the cityscape and providing manpower and resources of the highest caliber
to get the job done, and get it done right – on time and within budget.
Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers Local 1, NY is dedicated to the craft of bricklaying, stonesetting, stone tending, masonry restoration and plastering. With over 5000 of the most talented masonry craft workers hailing not just from the New York City and Long Island area but from around the world, these Union members are responsible for some of the “who’s who" of buildings, including Grand Central Terminal, Yankee Stadium, Citifield, the World Trade Center Memorial, the Chrysler Building, the Met-Life Building, the American Museum of Natural History, Lincoln Center, the Cloisters, the Frick, the Metropolitan Museum, as well as thousands of office and residential buildings.