Michigan workers,

LIUNA provides better jobs, more pay, and the best healthcare. We fight for your jobs, your wages, and your safety. We demand your bosses create the fairest, safest job sites and treat you with dignity. 

Unemployment Assistance Form


Reps are here to help you. Ask your rep about job boards, specific contractors, your pension - get answers from your local rep.
Click on the icon below for your jurisdiction.


Local 1329:

Website: www.LiunaLocal1329.org
1800 N. Stephenson Ave.
Iron Mountain, MI 49801

Phone: (906) 774-6070
Fax: (906) 774-1199

Local 1098:

Website: www.Local1098.org
345 E. Morley Dr.
Saginaw, MI 48601

Phone: (989) 752-6146
Fax: (248) 334-0584

Local 355

Website: www.Local355.org
1500 E. Columbia Ave.
Battle Creek,
MI 49014

Phone: 269-962-8010
Fax: 269-962-1431

Local 499:

Website: www.Local499.org
3080 Platt Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48108

Phone: (734) 971-5212
Fax: (734) 971-0094

Local 1076

Website: ConstructionLaborers1076.org
760 Joslyn Ave.
Pontiac, MI 48340

Phone: (248) 334-0509
Fax: (248) 334-0584

Local 1191

Website: LaborersLocal1191.org
2161 West Grand Blvd.
Detroit, MI 48208

Phone: (313) 894-2241
Fax: (313) 894-6250

Local 1075

Website: liunalocal1075.org
7024 North Dort Hwy,
Mount Morris, MI 48458

Phone: (810) 686-8381
Fax: (810) 686-1906

“LIUNA looks out for the worker. You’re not a slave to some employer. LIUNA gets behind you, helps you, and looks out for you.”

– Zach Sumney, member since 2015


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For questions call (877) 645-2267

Ask in person at 6525 Centurion Dr Lansing, MI 48917.

Check your benefit status online visit https://www.tici.com/

Frequently Asked Questions

You should call your Local Union. They are there to help you. Details are below.

There are two ways to check your benefit fund information. You can call or visit the fund administrator directly or you can use their website to log in and check your fund information.

The last week of May and the last week of November.

Sign up for Direct Deposit for your Vacation Check and have it in your account the day the funds are released, and paper checks are put in the mail. ELECTRONIC VACATION FUND TRANSFER ENROLLMENT FORM

This depends on whether you are in the Outstate or Metro Laborers Healthcare plan. Both plans have no monthly premium and provide very good coverage.

For detailed coverage information, please contact your Local Union or consultant the Healthcare Summary of Benefits book. For the most up to date copy of the Healthcare Summary of Benefits book, please contact the fund administrator, TIC.

Members of our Union are regularly drug tested at job sites and some hold training certifications that require routine drug testing. Please contact your Local Union if you have additional questions about drug screenings.

You become an active participant in the Plan after you have been credited with at least 870 hours of work in a 12 month plan year. Our plan year begins on September 1st, and ends on August 31st.

An active participant is vested when he has attained at least 5 years of service.

Your Local Union can sign you up for training at one of our four training locations. Contact your Local Union for more details.

  • Perry: 11155 Beardslee Rd Perry, MI 48872 - (517) 625-4919
  • Wayne: 5555 Cogswell Road ayne, MI 48184 - (734) 729-7005
  • Iron Mountain: W-8008 South US 2 Iron Mountain, MI 49801 - (906) 774-5703
  • St Joseph: 211 Hilltop Road St Joseph, MI 49085 - (517) 625-4919