Timothy J. Driscoll is the 26th and current President of the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers (BAC), the oldest trade union in North America that today proudly represents the most highly skilled bricklayers, tile setters, cement masons, plasterers, stone masons, marble masons, restoration workers, and terrazzo and mosaic workers in the U.S. and Canada.
As International Union (IU) President, Driscoll’s responsibilities include formulating and supervising the IU’s programs and activities consistent with the policies established by the IU Convention and in accordance with the Union’s Constitution. President Driscoll previously served as International Union Secretary-Treasurer beginning in 2017, and as an International Union Executive Vice President from 2010 to 2017.
Prior to being elected to the International Union Executive Board, President Driscoll served as BAC Director of Trade Jurisdiction and worked in the IU Government Relations Department. For many years, President Driscoll led the International Union’s efforts to address new and emerging products and systems in our industry, enhancing work opportunities for signatory contractors and BAC members alike.
In addition to his BAC Executive Board responsibilities, President Driscoll serves as Co-Chair of the International Masonry Institute, the training and industry development arm of the organized masonry industry. He is also Co-Chair of both the Bricklayers and Trowel Trades International Pension Fund and the International Health Fund, as well as Co-Chair of the IU Canadian Congress. President Driscoll is a member of the Governing Board of Presidents of North America’s Building Trades Unions and serves on the General Presidents’ Committee on Contract Maintenance and the National Joint Heavy and Highway Committee. He has previously served on the National Maintenance Policy Committee, the Stack & Chimney Labor Management Committee, and the AGC Basic Trades Committee.
President Driscoll holds a BS in Economics from the University of Maryland and is a graduate of the Harvard Trade Union Program.