Robert Miller / Josh Height
- Must be 18 years or older
- Able to lift 50 lbs. continuously
- Able to work on staging above the ground
- Have a valid drivers license
- Willing and able to attend school three to four weeks per year
Bricklaying is one of the oldest and most highly respected crafts of the construction trades.
A bricklayer is a skilled craftsperson, who using their talents and training is able to properly position masonry units, to create efficient, beautiful buildings and other structures.
The bricklayers role in the construction of buildings is normally, but not limited to, building walls.
The work must be coordinated with other trades to ensure the buildings are completed on schedule.
It is very rewarding for bricklayers to look back at projects they have been a part of throughout their careers.
An apprentice with no prior experience enters our program at a pay rate of 50% of the current journeyman rate. The apprentice must attend all scheduled classes and complete all assignments. When the apprentice has accrued 900 work hours and 78 school hours they will become eligible for a pay increase. This process continues for each increase.
They should complete our program in three years and six months.
(5400 hours on the job)
The bricklayers school is located at the Mason Development Center in Tracy.
For More Information Contact The Apprenticeship Office
We take applications each weekday between the hours of 8:30 am. and 11:30 am., at the Apprentice Office.
Mason Development Center
25347 South Schulte Road, Tracy, CA 95377
Phone 209-830-7200 Fax 209-830-7202