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Members

The Laborers’ International Union of North America is one of the most progressive and strongest unions in the country. LIUNA began in 1903 with 8,000 members. Today, LIUNA is over 500,000 strong and growing.  We are the eighth largest labor organization in America, representing a skilled and diverse workforce. We fight for more opportunity for workers and employers, better wages, good benefits and safe jobsites. Our construction laborers build everything from skyscrapers to tunnels and make buildings safe by removing hazardous materials like asbestos and lead. Our members run our union, electing officers at all levels and participating in the day-to-day affairs of their local unions.  Our members set priorities for contracts and are the key in the union's growth and success at increasing market share.

Structure of LIUNA 

Through the years, LIUNA has grown and prospered, and is now compromised of:

  • Over 500,000 members

  • 400 Local Unions

  • 46 District Councils

  • 9 Regional Offices

  • 1 Canadian Sub-Regional Office

  • International Headquarters in Washington, D.C.

Member Discounts

Union Plus* offers savings, rebates, grants, and consumer safety & education to union members. 

Check out some of the offerings below

Davis Vision* is a union operated health care organization that provides affordable vision health care programs to a diverse work community. A Value Advantage Program is offered exclusively to LIUNA members and dependents. Click here, enter Client Code 7394 in the “Open Enrollment Section” or call directly at 1-800-783.3594.

MetLife* offers special savings to LIUNA members on auto, home and renters insurance policies. You can get a free auto-insurance quote from MetLife's insurance consultants. 

 

*Disclaimer

The discount programs offered in the above are not LIUNA programs.  The Laborers’ International Union of North America (LIUNA) does not establish, maintain, sponsor, or endorse the programs.  Every member should carefully consider whether each is right for him or her.