Archive for October, 2018

Hudson Yards Agreement Guarantees Work for Harworking NYCDCC Members

A MESSAGE FROM EXECUTIVE SECRETARY-TREASURER JOSEPH GEIGER: Brothers and Sisters “Our number one priority is to provide good paying jobs for our members. This agreement achieves that—guaranteeing millions of man-hours for union carpenters over several years who will construct over 9 million square feet of new construction. That is why our delegates approved the agreement […] Read More…

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October Newsletter

The District Council Celebrates 100 Years The New York City & Vicinity District Council of Carpenters recently celebrated a huge milestone: Our 100th Anniversary. The District Council has come a long way since our inception 100 years ago, and while it has not been without hardship, it has been with pride, strength, and ingenuity. Throughout […] Read More…

Florida Carpenters Needed for Repairs After Hurricane Michael

Florida carpenters are needed for repairs once Hurricane Michael passes through! We will be working for Florida Power & Light through Union Temporary Services. Wages will be $25.20 per hour, plus benefits. Workers must have their own hand tools, skill saw, drill, drop cord and ladder. Note that while having your own ladder is necessary, not […] Read More…