Interested in a Career in the Building Trades?
Union-affiliated registered apprenticeship programs are proven to be the best.
An employee of a union contractor in the construction trades has gone through thousands of hours of training to learn his or her skills. Non-union contractors cannot match the training, productivity, and project outcomes of the unionized construction industry.
Union contractors are significantly less likely to have delays in completion times due to shortages of workers — and they've actually been more likely to add workers in this tight labor market. When you use a union construction firm, you know there are fewer mistakes and change orders on jobs. You know you are getting a safe and highly-trained workforce with lower turnover, and a collective bargaining agreement that outlines all of the work rules and relevant provisions governing the project.
In our world, union and management work cooperatively to make sure that projects go smoothly. Management is rewarded by having the best trained workforce in the industry and workers are rewarded with a quality wage and fringe benefit package.