Affiliated Cement Masons Locals

WV Plasterers and Cement Masons Local Unions

Organized in 1864, the OPCMIA has represented and trained plasterers and cement masons for the purpose of protecting and promoting the quality of our industry and the livelihood of our members.

 OPCMIA TRAINING

Cement Masons Local Union 926
3130 7th Avenue
Charleston, WV 25312
Phone:  304-744-8389
Business Manager:  Chris Womack
Email:  chriswomack@suddenlinkmail.com
Cell:  304-541-8849
 
Cement Masons 926 JATC
720 Staunton Turnpike
Parkersburg, WV 26101
Phone:  304-744-8389
Coordinator:  Wesley Landers, Jr.
Email:  landerslee67@gmail.com


Cement Masons Local Union 926 Area 39
870 Central Avenue
Shadyside, OH 43947
Phone:  740-671-9970
Business Agent:  Jennifer Long
Email:  long.jennifer926@yahoo.com
Cell:  304-312-9128
 
Cement Masons Local Union 926 Area 771
Business Agent:  Anthony Farber
Email: afarber61768@gmail.com
Cell:  304-312-9636
 
Cement Masons Local Union 926 Area 181
Business Agent:  Wesley Landers, Jr.
Email:  landerslee67@gmail.com
Cell:  304-951-9950


More . . . About Plasterers  And Cement Masons

The Operative Plasterers' and Cement Masons' International Association of the United States and Canada, also known as the OPCMIA, represents the union members of one of the world's oldest and most noble crafts. OPCMIA members are the proud carriers of a tradition that predates the Pharaoh's pyramids and the structures of the Mayan. As early as man was building shelter for himself, there was plastering - first with mud or clay and later with a lime mixture much like that used today.

Plaster and concrete are ageless building materials that will not fall out of favor as long as there is a sufficient amount of workers who are skilled in the arts of installation and finishing. These materials are as unforgiving as they are durable and beautiful. Skilled hands and competent management must work together to achieve the desired result and to promote and protect this vital construction resource. We dedicate ourselves to the promotion of these materials, the recruitment and training of skilled craftsmen to meet the demand of our industry, and hold ourselves responsible to this commitment for the future of our industry and the welfare of all those who earn their living in it.

"If you work for a living, we're working for you." ™

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