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      Pervious and Floor polishing class

      All 4th year apprentices on February 15th - 19th you have pervious concrete and floor polishing class. Class begins at 7 a.m. sharp on Monday. Please have all the required tools and equuipment covered on the tool list sheet or you will not be allowed to attend class.

      Upcoming class

      Our next class coming up is 3rd year group II patch and reapair. All students must have all the required tools and attire to attend class. Safety is of the utmost importance so all P.P.E. must be worn during class. Class starts at 7 a.m. February 1st and goes through the 5th.

      Construction Math

      2nd year construction math Group II Starts 1/11/16 and goes through 1/15/16. Class starts Monday at 7 a.m. sharp and all apprentices must have the required tools and equipment to participate.

      Judi's Retiring

      Well today marks the end of a 21 year run with the cement masons for Judi Duffy our office manager. She has been a huge part of our local and will be misses dearly. She has been mentoring our new office manager Cindy for a few monthes. Cindy is a very capable addition to our staff and we are looking forward to having her on board.

      Upcoming Apprenticeship Class

      Construction Math Construction math class for 2nd year group - I apprentices starts January 4th and finishes up January 8th. Class will begin at 7 a.m. sharp and all apprentices must have all of their tools Monday morning to attend class. Anyone without all required tools and attire will be sent home and have to come before the J.A.T.C. We look forward to seeing everyone.

                     "Building Our Future."
      Promoting professionalism through training and craftsmanship since 1946.






      At Local 555 we strive for both professionalism and craftsmanship. Our Journeyman and Apprentices hold themselves to a high standard of ever-changing materials and methods of the industry. Because they receive a fair but competitive compensation package, they are career-minded and motivated to stay employed in the industry.


      The versatility of our members’ skills gives contractors the confidence to bid on a wide scope of work. These skills include form setting, commercial buildings and tilt-ups slab construction, flatwork including curbs & gutters, restoration and repair, paving, bridges and civil site work, to name a few.


      The mobility of our workforce provides our contractor partners the flexibility to seek projects throughout the state of Oregon and Washington.


      Because of our commitment to meet our partners’ manpower and training needs, we have developed a state-of-the-art training facility and instructor staff with over 50 years of collective experience. Our curriculum includes everything from hands-on rider trowel operation, blue print reading and survey, to construction math.


      Local 555 understand the competitive nature of our employers’ bidding environment. The Union has developed an innovative market recovery program and employs computer-based research and marketing techniques to assist employers in gaining access to new projects. Our contractors also rely on the established, well-managed Health Care, Pension and Apprenticeship Trusts to provide affordable benefits for their workers.


      The contractors’ success is our success and we understand our role in that effort. Cement Masons 555 is committed to a prosperous future and to the stability and welfare of their workforce. Join our partnership in “Building Our Future” with professional and quality craftsmen.

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