Tom Elliott

Director of Industry Development and Technical Services

Cleveland, Ohio

Tom Elliott




Tom is a journey-level craftworker who joined the masonry industry in 1985 as an apprentice bricklayer for BAC Local 5 in Cleveland, Ohio. Throughout his time in the industry, he has worked as a journey-level bricklayer, project foreman, and field superintendent on larger masonry projects in Ohio and surrounding states. He also served as a project manager for a restoration contractor and oversaw the restoration of several historic structures. 

Previously, he managed his own mason contracting business and helped to negotiate local labor contracts as a board member of the Northeast Ohio Contractors Association.

Tom is a member of the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) and is a CSI-Certified Construction Document Technologist. He is a voting member on several TMS subcommittees and is actively involved in the ACE Mentoring program. He is also a lecturer at both the Ohio State University and Kent State University and the Chairman of his local Architectural Board of Review and Planning Commission Board. 


Member, ACE Mentoring Program (ACE)

Member, Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers (BAC) 

Member, Construction Specifications Institute (CSI)

Member, The Masonry Society (TMS) 


Construction Document Technologist (CDT)

Journey Level Bricklayer, BAC 


St. Edward High School


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