Laborers Funds Administrative Office of Northern California, Inc

banner homepageIncorporated in 1963, the Administrative office initially performed services for the Health and Welfare, Pension, and Vacation Funds. An agreement to provide services for the Laborers Rock, Sand and Gravel Pension Fund also commenced in 1963. The principal office of the corporation was originally located at 556 Golden Gate Avenue in San Francisco, California. In 1965, the corporation moved its office to 1168 Sutter Street in San Francisco. The following year the corporation entered into an agreement with the Northern California Cement Masons Funds Administration, Inc. to provide administrative services. In 1975, the corporation entered into an agreement with the Aggregates and Concrete Association of Northern California, Inc. to provide administrative services. In 1990, the corporation relocated its principal office to its current location at 220 Campus Lane, Fairfield, California. Today the corporation employs 90 employees and provides services for over 30,000 participants and beneficiaries in the various employee benefit plans it administers.

Laborers Health and Welfare Trust Fund

This Fund was created in 1953 by a trust agreement between the Associated General Contractors of California, Inc. and the Northern California District Council of Laborers, affiliated with the Laborers' International Union of North America, AFL-CIO. Its purpose is to administer contributions required by the provisions of collective bargaining agreements between the two parties and provide medical and other related benefits in accordance with benefit schedules and requirements adopted by the Fund's Board of Trustees.

Laborers Pension Trust Fund

The Fund was created in 1963 by a trust agreement between the Associated General Contractors of California, Inc. and the Northern California District Council of Laborers, affiliated with the Laborers' International Union of North America, AFL-CIO. The purpose of the Fund is to administer the contributions required by the provisions of collective bargaining agreements between the two parties and provide retirement and other benefits to laborers in accordance with prescribed benefit schedules and eligibility requirements.

Laborers Vacation-Holiday Trust Fund

The Fund was created in 1963 by a trust agreement between the Associated General Contractors of California, Inc. and the Northern California District Council of Laborers, affiliated with the Laborers' International Union of North America, AFL-CIO. The purpose of the Fund is to administer the contributions required by the provisions of collective bargaining agreements between the two parties and provide retirement and other benefits to laborers in accordance with prescribed benefit schedules and eligibility requirements.

 

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