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    Local #33
    1252 Massachusetts Avenue
    Dorchester, MA 02125

    P: (617) 350-0014
    F: (617) 282-2330
    Meeting Time: Last Wed., 5:00 pm

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Servicing Representatives/Organizers: John Murphy, Frank Santa Fe, Joe Byrne


Carpenters Appreciation Night is around the corner
Friday, February, 27, 2015
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tags: Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Members,

Retirement Seminar scheduled for March 21st in Boston
Wednesday, February, 11, 2015
The New England Regional Council of Carpenters and the New England Carpenters Benefits Funds are hosting a complimentary seminar "Planning for Retirement" on Saturday, March 21, 2015. The seminar will be held at the Carpenters Center located at 750 Dorchester Ave., Boston, from 8:30-12:00 pm. Read Full Post
tags: Benefits, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Members,

Helping Hammers: Peddocks Island Chapel Restoration
Friday, January, 30, 2015
This past summer, apprentices with the New England Carpenters Training Fund (NECTF) completed work on a unique project on Peddocks Island, one of the largest islands in Boston Harbor. Over a hundred apprentices traveled to the island over the course of a year for onsite hands-on training restoring the Peddocks Island Chapel. Read Full Post
tags: Boston, Helping Hammers, Local 218, Local 33, Local 40, Local 67, Massachusetts, Members, Training, Video Gallery,

Carpenters recruit by showing off training center
Thursday, November, 06, 2014
 There's welcome news for construction contractors in New England worried about a current or looming skilled labor shortage. Today, more than 900 students currently enrolled in vocational high schools or programs are visiting the New England Carpenters Training Center in Millbury, Massachusetts and were encouraged to seek training and a career in the trade. Read Full Post
tags: Carpenters, Connecticut, Construction Industry, Events, Flooring, Industry Standards, Jobs, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Maine, Massachusetts, Members, Our Work, Outreach, Training, Ubc, Union Contractors, Unions, Vermont, Workers' Rights,

Retirement Seminar scheduled for November 15th
Thursday, October, 02, 2014
 The New England Regional Council of Carpenters and the New England Carpenters Benefits Funds are hosting a complimentary seminar “Planning for Retirement” on November 15, 2014. Read Full Post
tags: Benefits, Local #118, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 2168, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Members, Unions,

Public Citizen Illustrates Negative Effects of TPP's Threat to "Buy American"
Thursday, August, 07, 2014
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tags: Local #118, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Politics/legislation, Rhode Island,

Senate Republicans' Latest Attack on Davis-Bacon: A Sign of the Future?
Wednesday, August, 06, 2014
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tags: Area Standards, Carpenters, Construction Industry, Davis-bacon, Local #118, Local #24, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Maine, Massachusetts, Members, New Hampshire, Politics/legislation, Prevailing Wage, Workers' Rights,

The Carpenters and Boston Cares
Monday, July, 21, 2014
The New England Regional Council of Carpenters and the New England Carpenters Training Fund teamed up with Boston Cares, the region’s largest volunteer mobilizer, to help them with their campaign to build 500 beds for children in need in 2014. Read Full Post
tags: Boston, Community, Helping Hammers, Local 218, Local 33, Local 40, Local 67, Massachusetts, Media, Members, Our Work, Training, Video Gallery,

Carpenters win right to choose representation at Electric Boat
Monday, July, 14, 2014
Carpenters in Local 1302 at Electric Boat in Groton, Connecticut have successfully beat back an effort by the Metal Trades Council (AFL-CIO) to eliminate their rights and fold them into other unions. This is the first situation in the country where carpenters have stood up, fought back and defeated this piece of the national AFL-CIO's campaign against the UBC. Read Full Post
tags: Carpenters, Connecticut, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Members, Nercc, Our Work, Ubc,

Bay State Drywall carpenters win union election
Friday, July, 11, 2014
  In an election held last night in Southeastern Massachusetts by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), carpenters employed by Bay State Drywall voted for union representation from the Carpenters union by a 10-8 margin. The Freetown-based company is one of a group of contractors in the Fall River-New Bedford area, sometimes referred to as "drywall alley," that draw carpenters from the substantial Portuguese population. During peak season, they typically employ 40-50 carpenters and have been one of the larger nonunion companies in the market. Read Full Post
tags: Carpenters, Collective Bargaining Agreement, Connecticut, Construction Industry, Industry Standards, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Maine, Massachusetts, Members, Nercc, Rhode Island, Union Contractors, Unions, Vermont,

CTA signs union agreement
Wednesday, July, 09, 2014
CTA Construction signed a collective bargaining agreement with the New England Regional Council of Carpenters on July 2nd. The contract represents a culmination of a long campaign by the Council and extensive discussions over the past few years between the two organizations.   Read Full Post
tags: Collective Bargaining Agreement, Connecticut, Cta, Industry Standards, Jobs, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Maine, Massachusetts, Nercc, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Ubc, Union Contractors, Unions, Vermont,

NERCC to be recognized at White House Summit
Friday, June, 20, 2014
The efforts of the New England Regional Council of Carpenters, as part of the Policy Group on Tradeswomen’s Issues to increase women’s participation in the construction trades, are being recognized nationally at the White House Summit on Working Families this Monday. NERCC Business Representative Liz Skidmore will represent the NERCC and the PGTI at the event, which is being hosted by the White House and the Department of Labor and the Center for American Progress. Both President Obama and Vice President Biden will be attending the event. Read Full Post
tags: Carpenters, Carpenters Center, Construction Industry, Economy, Events, Government, Industry Standards, Jobs, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Members, Nercc, Obama, Outreach, Politics/legislation, Projects, Sisters In The Brotherhood, Ubc, Unions,

Take your career to the next level
Thursday, June, 19, 2014
 The NERCC has developed a uniquely tailored program with Wentworth Institute of Technology's College of Professional and Continuing Education which allows members to earn college degrees at a discounted tuition rate and a schedule that fits the needs of working carpenters. On June 25th members can participate in a lunchtime webinar to learn more about the program.  Read Full Post
tags: Boston, Carpenters, Events, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Massachusetts, Members, Nercc, Training, Wentworth,

NERCC awards $59,650 in scholarships
Tuesday, June, 10, 2014
The New England Regional Council of Carpenters announced that it has awarded $59,650 to 152 applicants as part of the 2014 Scholarship Contest. Read Full Post
tags: Connecticut, Local #24, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Maine, Massachusetts, Members, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont,

Carpenters support event for low wage workers
Wednesday, June, 04, 2014
In the last year, fast food workers across the country have been building a campaign to raise wages in their industry. The campaign has given energy to efforts to raise the minimum wage nationally and in states and communities across America. But the fast food industry isn't the only one where massive profits are generated and an unreasonable gulf exists between the compensation given to employees in corporate offices and those on the front lines. From health care to hospitality and construction to customer service, too many workers are being paid too little for working so hard. In Massachusetts, an upcoming event aims to elevate their cause. Read Full Post
tags: Boston, Carpenters, Community, Construction Industry, Economy, Events, Local 107, Local 108, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 51, Local 56, Local 67, Local 723, Massachusetts, Members, Misclassification, Nercc, Outreach, Unions, Wage Theft, Workers' Rights,

Carpenters endorse Coakley for Mass Gov
Tuesday, May, 27, 2014
The New England Regional Council of Carpenters today endorsed Martha Coakley for Governor of Massachusetts, citing her experience making government work on behalf of fairness for workers and honest business. The endorsement is the result of lengthy converstaions between regional council and local union leadership with all of the major declared candidates in the race during visits the Carpenters Center. "As Attorney General, Martha Coakley has been an advocate for working families and consumers," said Mark Erlich, Executive Secretary-Treasurer of the NERCC. "Her Fair Labor Division sought to limit the impact of the underground economy - protecting workers and leveling the playing field for employers that play by the rules. As a candidate for Governor, she recognizes that growing income inequality is one of the major problems facing our society. Coakley knows that advocating for workers and supporting unions is the best method to rebuild the middle class. The New England Regional Council of Carpenters is pleased to endorse Martha Coakley for Governor. We believe she will bring the lessons she has learned as Attorney General to the corner office and make Massachusetts a stronger and more equitable Commonwealth." Read Full Post
tags: Area Standards, Carpenters, Government, Laws/enforcement, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 1305, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Massachusetts, Media, Members, Nercc, Politics/legislation,

NERCC endorses Tolman for Attorney General
Friday, May, 23, 2014
BOSTON -- The New England Regional Council of Carpenters will announce their endorsement of Warren Tolman for Attorney General at a gathering today at the Carpenters Center.  Read Full Post
tags: Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 1305, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Massachusetts, Politics/legislation, Workers' Rights,

NECTF hosts graduation ceremony
Monday, May, 05, 2014
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tags: Awards, Carpenters, Events, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Maine, Massachusetts, Members, Nercc, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Training, Unions, Vermont,

Congratulations, Grads!
Friday, May, 02, 2014
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tags: Local 2168, Local 33, Local 40, Local 67, Training, Wentworth,

Retirement Seminar scheduled for May 31
Friday, April, 18, 2014
 The New England Regional Council of Carpenters and the New England Carpenters Benefits Funds are hosting a complimentary seminar “Planning for Retirement” on May 31, 2014. Read Full Post
tags: Benefits, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 1305, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Massachusetts, Members,

Reminder - Scholarship Applications due April 11th
Tuesday, April, 01, 2014
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tags: Connecticut, Local #24, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Maine, Massachusetts, Members, Rhode Island, Vermont,

Save the date - Retirement Seminar coming up in May
Wednesday, March, 26, 2014
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tags: Benefits, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 2168, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Massachusetts, Members, Nercc,

Wentworth to host Spring Open House
Thursday, February, 27, 2014
 The NERCC has developed a uniquely tailored program with Wentworth Institute of Technology's College of Professional and Continuing Education which allows members to earn college degrees at a discounted tuition rate and a schedule that fits the needs of working carpenters. On March 25th, Wentworth is hosting an Open House for individuals interested in learning more about the program. Read Full Post
tags: Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Massachusetts, Members, Training, Wentworth,

Revere again votes yes on casino
Wednesday, February, 26, 2014
Plans for Mohegan Sun to build a $1.3 billion hotel and casino at the Suffolk Downs horse track in Revere were approved by voters in that city for a second time yesterday. The fate of the project still hangs in the balance, as it will now go head-to-head for state approval for the single Eastern Massachusetts gaming license with a proposal by Steve Wynn in Everett. State officials are expected to hand down a decision in May or June. Union carpenters in Revere played a significant role in the campaign to approve the proposal, as they have in each of the gaming votes across the state. Read Full Post
tags: Casino, Construction Industry, Economy, Government, Jobs, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 1305, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Massachusetts, Media, Politics/legislation, Projects,

Scholarship applications available
Tuesday, January, 21, 2014
The New England Regional Council of Carpenters Scholarship program has been opened for 2014. The program is supported by settlement agreements between the union and contractors and other contributions. Last year, more than $52,000 was awarded to 106 members and dependents furthering their post high school education, including top scholarships of $5,000 and $3,000. Read Full Post
tags: Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94,

Carpenters Care getting noticed
Thursday, January, 16, 2014
What is the future of health care? Union carpenters may be finding out through "Carpenters Care by Iora Health," a practice that serves members and is creating talk among health care policy experts. The practice was included in a "CommonWealth" magazine article about ways practice innovators are helping to "Heal Health Care." Read Full Post
tags: Benefits, Boston, Carpenters Care, Carpenters Center, Health Care, Local 111, Local 218, Local 26, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Massachusetts, Media, Members, Nercc,

Globe features Erlich piece
Tuesday, November, 12, 2013
The Boston Globe today published an opinion piece by Mark Erlich, Executive Secretary-Treasurer of the New England Regional Council of Carpenters regarding the recent mayor's race in Boston.   Read Full Post
tags: Boston, Carpenters, Community, Construction Industry, Economy, Government, Industry Standards, Jobs, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 33, Local 40, Local 51, Local 56, Local 67, Local 723, Massachusetts, Media, Nercc, Politics/legislation, Unions, Workers' Rights,

Retirement Seminar registration is closed
Thursday, November, 07, 2013
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tags: Benefits, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 2168, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723,

Walsh unites Boston, elected Mayor
Wednesday, November, 06, 2013
Buoyed by the support of a broad coalition that included union workers, minority communities, small business owners and middle class residents, State Representative Martin J. Walsh was elected Mayor of Boston last night, defeating City Councilor John Connolly. Walsh will succeed the enormously popular Thomas Menino, who is the city's The following statement is from Mark Erlich, Secretary-Treasurer of the New England Regional Council of Carpenters, which endorsed Walsh in both the primary and general election. He is also a Boston resident. Read Full Post
tags: Area Standards, Boston, Carpenters, Community, Construction Industry, Economy, Government, Helping Hammers, Industry Standards, Jobs, Laws/enforcement, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 33, Local 40, Local 51, Local 56, Local 67, Local 723, Massachusetts, Media, Members, Nercc, Politics/legislation, Ubc, Unions, Workers' Rights,

Retirement Seminar to be held - register today!
Friday, October, 18, 2013
The New England Regional Council of Carpenters and the New England Carpenters Benefits Funds are hosting a complimentary seminar “Planning for Retirement” on November 16, 2013. Read Full Post
tags: Benefits, Local #24, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 2168, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Members, Nercc,

2013 Carpentry Expo
Tuesday, October, 15, 2013
The 2013 Carpentry Expo was held last week at the New England Carpenters Training Center in Millbury, MA. Over 1,000 students, representing 43 high schools attended the event. Read Full Post
tags: Local #24, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Massachusetts, Members, Outreach, Training,

NERCC Election Results
Saturday, September, 28, 2013
 Following are results from today's elections for positions on the New England Regional Council of Carpenters Executive Board. The elections were held as part of a Special Call meeting of Delegates to the New England Regional Council of Carpenters. Nominations were posted on this blog earlier in the day. Read Full Post
tags: Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Nercc,

NERCC election
Saturday, September, 28, 2013
Nominations and election for the Executive Board of the New England Regional Council of Carpenters are being held today at a Special Call Delegates Meeting at the New England Carpenters Training Center. The following nominations have been made:  Read Full Post
tags: Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Nercc,

Enforcement against cheating businesses jumps in Mass
Friday, September, 13, 2013
More than $21 million has been collected from employers in Massachusetts who violated labor laws in the last 18 months, according to the annual report of the Joint Enforcement Task Force on the Underground Economy and Employee Misclassification. The amount represents more than the total that was recovered in all previous years. Read Full Post
tags: Construction Industry, Government, Industry Standards, Laws/enforcement, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 1305, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Massachusetts, Media, Misclassification, Politics/legislation, Wage Theft,

Carpenters Union and Hospitality Workers Union Announce Joint Endorsement of Boston City Council Candidates
Monday, September, 09, 2013
Endorsement Marks Historic Coalition Between Two Organizations September 9th, 2013 – Boston, MA - The New England Regional Council of Carpenters (NERCC) and Boston’s Local 26 (UNITE HERE) are pleased to announce their joint endorsement of several Boston City Council candidates. The endorsement is a product of the two organizations, representing over 26,000 workers, jointly interviewing City Council candidates over a series of days. Read Full Post
tags: Boston, Carpenters, Government, Local 218, Local 33, Local 40, Local 51, Local 56, Local 67, Local 723, Massachusetts, Media, Nercc, Politics/legislation, Ubc, Unions, Workers' Rights,

Dear Carpenters Care
Friday, September, 06, 2013
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tags: Benefits, Carpenters Care, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 51, Local 67, Local 723, Members,

Enforcement against cheating businesses jumps in Mass
Thursday, September, 05, 2013
More than $21 million has been collected from employers in Massachusetts who violated labor laws in the last 18 months, according to the annual report of the Joint Enforcement Task Force on the Underground Economy and Employee Misclassification. The amount represents more than the total that was recovered in all previous years. Read Full Post
tags: Area Standards, Carpenters, Construction Industry, Economy, Government, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 1305, Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Marriott, Massachusetts, Media, Misclassification, Nercc, Wage Theft, Workers' Rights,

The latest issue of New England Carpenter is on its way!
Monday, August, 19, 2013
  Check your mailbox! The latest issue of New England Carpenter has been printed. For additional content, check out nercc.org/mag.  Read Full Post
tags: Boston, Carpenters, Local #24, Local #44, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94,

Dear Carpenters Care
Thursday, August, 08, 2013
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tags: Carpenters Care, Local 26, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723,

Our Work - Liberty Mutual World Headquarters
Tuesday, August, 06, 2013
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tags: Boston, Local 33, Massachusetts, Our Work,

Meet Our Community - Eamonn Murphy
Thursday, August, 01, 2013
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tags: Carpenters, Community, Local 33, Members, Training, Wentworth,

Carpenters Care - FAQs
Wednesday, July, 31, 2013
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tags: Benefits, Carpenters Care, Health Care, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 624, Local 67, Members,

Meet Brother Murphy
Monday, July, 29, 2013
The following video story about Local 33 Brother Eamonn Murphy, a carpenter who has participated in the Wentworth Program as both a student and an instructor was recently posted in the Meet Our Community section of nercc.org. Read Full Post
tags: Local 33, Members, Training, Wentworth,

Carpenters Care is accepting new patients
Friday, June, 07, 2013
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tags: Benefits, Carpenters Care, Local 111, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Members,

Carpenters Care is open
Friday, May, 31, 2013
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tags: Benefits, Carpenters Care, Local 111, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 51, Local 535, Local 624, Local 67, Massachusetts,

Carpenters Care available in Eastern Mass.
Wednesday, May, 22, 2013
The New England Carpenters Benefit Funds & Iora Health have partnered to offer new primary care doctor's office for members and other adults covered by the Health Fund. The doctor's office convenient after-work hours and has locations in Burlington, MA & Dorchester, MA. Carpenters Care patients, have no co-pays and enjoy free access to fitness & other group classes. Fund participants can join at any time with no commitment and no changes to their benefits. Joining is completely free and voluntary. To become a Carpenters Care patient, call 1-781-222-0930 or go online to www.CarpentersCare.com to learn more. Read Full Post
tags: Benefits, Boston, Health Care, Local 111, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Massachusetts,

A Safe Home for Sydni
Tuesday, May, 21, 2013
 Volunteers from the Carpenters Union were part of a very special project in South Boston, transforming the home of Sydni Pecevich into a space where she can learn and grow. Read Full Post
tags: Community, Helping Hammers, Local 33, Local 40, Local 67, Members,

10 members receive Bachelor of Science degrees
Friday, May, 17, 2013
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tags: Local 26, Local 33, Local 40, Local 67, Members, Wentworth,

Apprentice Graduation Ceremony
Tuesday, April, 30, 2013
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tags: Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 1305, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 535, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Members, Training,

International Workers Day Rally May 1st
Wednesday, April, 24, 2013
With roots in the American struggle for the 8-hour work day, International Workers Day is celebrated in more than 80 countries around the world as a day to commemorate the ongoing fight for workers' rights.  Read Full Post
tags: Events, Local 218, Local 33, Local 40, Local 67, Workers' Rights,

Scholarship application deadline approaching
Wednesday, April, 03, 2013
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tags: Local #24, Local #44, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Members,

NERCC thanks volunteers
Tuesday, March, 26, 2013
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tags: Helping Hammers, Local 111, Local 210, Local 2168, Local 24, Local 33, Local 40, Local 43, Members,

Bouchard retiring
Monday, March, 11, 2013
Bryan Bouchard, who serves as Business Manger of Local 1996 in Vermont, Regional Manager for Northern New England and a member of the New England Regional Council of Carpenters Executive Board has announced his retirement, effective March 11. Bouchard is a 36-year member of the UBC. Executive Secretary-Treasurer Mark Erlich is appointing John Leavitt to fill Bouchard's unexpired term on the Executive Board as well as his role as Regional Manager for Northern New England. "Bryan served the members on staff for the Carpenters Union for 26 years," Erlich said. "He has been a quiet but effective leader who always carried himself with dignity and integrity. He will be sorely missed by his members and the Council. We wish him a long and happy retirement."   Read Full Post
tags: Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Maine, Nercc, New Hampshire, Vermont,

Our Work - The Kensington
Friday, February, 01, 2013
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tags: Local 33, Our Work,

Ice Fishing Derby
Friday, January, 25, 2013
The New England Carpenters Ice Fishing Derby, organized annually by Joe Broderick of Local 535 has been scheduled. The event will take place on Sunday, Feb 17 at 7am at Singletary Lake in Millbury. Prizes will be awarded and a percentage of the money raised will be donated to the Valley Tech Education Fund. Click through for more details. Read Full Post
tags: Community, Events, Helping Hammers, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Massachusetts, Members, Nercc, Training,

Helping Hammers: Carpenters in Haiti
Tuesday, January, 22, 2013
Following the catastropic earthquake in Haiti in 2010, the Ministry of Health, along with Partners In Health, launched an ambitious plan to build a 320-bed state-of-the-art teaching hospital. Unable to meet the needs of the new building design, massive donation sof time, materials and skills would be needed for the project to succeed. See how union carpenters and contractors stepped up to help.  Read Full Post
tags: Helping Hammers, Local #24, Local #44, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Members,

NERCC Retiree Club Holiday Party
Tuesday, January, 08, 2013
Brother Richie Trahan checked in to report on the Holiday Party held at the Carpenters Center for NERCC's Boston Retirees Club last month. Members from the four Boston locals were invited to attend and several dozen did. A group of retired members from Carpenters Local Unions 33, 40, 67 and 218 began meeting  last fall to develop a club for members who had hung up the tools, but not their desire to stay connected to each other and the union. The group is meeting regularly on the 2nd Monday of the month at the Carpenters Center and hopes to schedule social, educational and union-building activities. The time for the meeting has not been made permanent. For more information or scheduling, contact Richie Trahan at 781-848-9597.     Read Full Post
tags: Boston, Carpenters, Carpenters Center, Events, Local 218, Local 33, Local 40, Local 67, Massachusetts, Members, Nercc, Ubc, Unions,

Got Training?
Monday, January, 07, 2013
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tags: Local #24, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Training,

2013 NERCC Scholarship Now Accepting Applications
Wednesday, January, 02, 2013
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tags: Local #24, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Members,

Misclassification crackdown, publicity
Friday, December, 07, 2012
Misclassification has been a serious problem in the construction industry for years, and something against which the Carpenters union has led the fight locally, regionally and nationally. Union efforts resulted first in greater understanding and awareness among elected officials and now regularly lead to enforcement and publicity on the issue that is either directly a result of union action or an indirect result of efforts initiated by the union. Read Full Post
tags: Area Standards, Construction Industry, Industry Standards, Laws/enforcement, Local #24, Local #44, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Massachusetts, Media, Misclassification, Nercc, Politics/legislation, Wage Theft,

Clean sweep in New England
Wednesday, November, 07, 2012
Yesterday was a good day for union carpenters across New England. Amazingly, all of the Council’s endorsed candidates won election. Obama swept the six states, including winning swing-state New Hampshire by a larger-than-expected margin. In the critical races -- Warren in Massachusetts, Murphy in Connecticut, Hassan/Kuster/Shea-Porter in New Hampshire, King in Maine, Cicilline in Rhode Island – our picks were all winners!!   Read Full Post
tags: Carpenters, Connecticut, Government, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Maine, Massachusetts, Members, Nercc, New Hampshire, Obama, Politics/legislation, Rhode Island, Unions, Vermont,

Discussion of Boston retirees club
Tuesday, October, 16, 2012
A committee of retired members from Boston-area local unions affiliated with the New England Regional Council met today to discuss establishing a retirees group. Preliminary discussions involve inviting retired members to participate in social, educational and union-building activities. Stay tuned for more information on how the group will operate and how retired members can get involved. Read Full Post
tags: Boston, Carpenters, Events, Local 218, Local 33, Local 40, Local 67, Members,

Mass Senate race comes to the Carpenters Center
Friday, October, 12, 2012
United States Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren visited the Carpenters Center recently to speak with members about issues of specific interest to union carpenters. Click through for video highlights. Read Full Post
tags: Carpenters, Carpenters Center, Construction Industry, Government, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 1305, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Massachusetts, Members, Nercc, Politics/legislation, Video Gallery,

New England Carpenters Give Scott Brown A Failing Grade On Creating Jobs, Supporting Working Families
Thursday, September, 13, 2012
Today, the New England Regional Council of Carpenters issued a report card on Senator Scott Brown’s failing efforts to support job-creating programs and middle-class families across the Commonwealth. Senator Brown received an F on today’s report card for opposing numerous jobs bills that would have supported thousands of good-paying jobs in Massachusetts, opposing the extension of essential unemployment benefits, and failing to fight for fair wages for working men and women.   Read Full Post
tags: Construction Industry, Economy, Government, Local 107, Local 111, Local 1305, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Massachusetts, Politics/legislation, Prevailing Wage, Ubc, Unions, Workers' Rights,

Marriott management "asleep at the switch"
Tuesday, September, 11, 2012
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tags: Area Standards, Local 33, Marriott, Media, Workers' Rights,

Investigators find widespread labor violations at Copley Marriott
Tuesday, September, 04, 2012
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tags: Area Standards, Local 33, Marriott, Media, Workers' Rights,

Tentative agreement for Boston, Eastern Mass.
Wednesday, August, 29, 2012
NERCC has reached a tentative agreement with contractors on a new collective bargaining agreement for Boston and Eastern Massachusetts. Details will be given and votes will be taken at meetings for members this Thursday night. Members who have not received a phone call with the time and location, should contact their local union hall. Read Full Post
tags: Collective Bargaining Agreement, Local 107, Local 111, Local 1305, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 475, Local 535, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Massachusetts, Members, Nercc,

A look behind the scenes: Copley Marriott Boston
Monday, August, 27, 2012
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Our Work - Logan Airport Runway Safety Area
Thursday, August, 02, 2012
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Our Work - The Victor
Thursday, July, 26, 2012
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Our Work - A Street Rear
Friday, June, 29, 2012
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Our Work- Berklee College of Music
Thursday, June, 28, 2012
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Happy Birthday, Local 33
Sunday, June, 24, 2012
Congratulations to Carpenters Local 33 in Boston, which was chartered on July 24, 1882! That's 130 years of representing the interests of Boston Carpenters! Read Full Post
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Old Colony built in 1 1/2 minutes...sort of
Tuesday, June, 19, 2012
The New England Carpenters Labor-Management Program is proud to provide an interesting look at the work of union contractors and carpenters at the Old Colony Housing  Project in South Boston. The time lapse video, synchronized to music was shot over the course of a year, during the project's first phase. Suffolk Construction was the Construction Manager. Read Full Post
tags: Boston, Carpenters, Jobs, Local 33, Local 723, Massachusetts, Nercc, Our Work, Projects, Union Contractors, Video Gallery,

Carpenters demonstrating against Callahan
Friday, June, 08, 2012
A large group of carpenters are demonstrating on Newbury Street in Boston today against Callahan, Inc. The Bridgewater-based contractor is renovating a building that will feature housing and retail space. The company has a history of undermining industry standards for carpenters' wages and benefits. The company has been debarred for making misleading statements to qualify for a project and is embroiled in a controversial project with the South Shore YMCA in Quincy.   Read Full Post
tags: Area Standards, Callahan, Carpenters, Local 33, Local 424, Massachusetts,

Our Work - Vertex Pharmaceuticals
Thursday, May, 31, 2012
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Our Work - Hong Lok House
Wednesday, May, 30, 2012
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Our Work - Millennium Place III
Wednesday, May, 30, 2012
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Our Work- Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum
Wednesday, May, 30, 2012
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SIB lends a hand to RTB
Thursday, May, 17, 2012
Congratulations on a job well done to eight union carpenters who pitched in a lot of time and effort to help the Rebuilding Together Boston Program on their National Rebuilding Day. The women members, who participated through the Sisters in the Brotherhood program, worked on three sites in the city, adding experienced, skilled hands to the effort. Read Full Post
tags: Boston, Carpenters, Community, Helping Hammers, Local 118, Local 33, Local 67, Massachusetts, Sisters In The Brotherhood,

Warren visits UBC
Friday, May, 04, 2012
Massachusetts Democratic Senate Candidate Elizabeth Warren was in Washington this week where she visited UBC headquarters and met with General President Doug McCarron, Secretary-Treasurer Andy Silins, UBC Political Director Tom Flynn, NERCC Executive Secretary-Treasurer Mark Erlich and NERCC Political Director Steve Joyce. Read Full Post
tags: Government, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 1305, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 67, Local 723, Massachusetts, Politics/legislation, Ubc,

Meet Our Community - Theresa Haymon
Monday, April, 30, 2012
 The following video story about Local 33 Sister Theresa Haymon was recently posted in the Meet Our Community section of nercc.org. Take a look to see more stories on the "Meet Our Community" page. Read Full Post
tags: Community, Local 33, Members, Video Gallery,

Earth Day Recycling Program
Thursday, April, 19, 2012
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tags: Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94,

Boston: The Year of the Crane
Wednesday, April, 18, 2012
The office of Mayor Thomas Menino released a video about construction projects in the City of Boston, terming 2012 the “Year of the Crane”. Click below to see the video.  Read Full Post
tags: Boston, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 33, Local 40, Local 51, Local 56, Local 67, Local 723,

NERCC calls for harsher penalties for those not buying workers' comp
Thursday, April, 12, 2012
The New England Regional Council of Carpenters and other industry groups are calling on the Massachusetts legislature to make it a felony for employers to fail to purchase workers compensation insurance for their employees. Senate Bill 915, sponsored by Senator Katherine Clark (D-Melrose) and Majority Whip Ronald Mariano (D-Quincy) also has the backing of Attorney General Martha Coakley. Read Full Post
tags: Area Standards, Construction Industry, Government, Industry Standards, Laws/enforcement, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 1305, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 67, Local 723, Massachusetts, Misclassification, Politics/legislation, Safety, Unions, Workers' Rights,

Our Work - Mass Art Residence Hall
Wednesday, March, 28, 2012
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tags: Boston, Local 33, Massachusetts, Our Work,

Wentworth Information Sessions
Tuesday, March, 20, 2012
Information sessions are being held for members who would like to learn more about degree programs available through the union at Wentworth Institute of Technology. Two sessions are scheduled in the coming weeks. Saturday, April 21 at 10AM: 750 Dorchester Ave., Boston, MA Saturday, May 5 at 9 AM: 13 Holman Rd., Millbury, MA Learn more general information about the program by clicking here. Read Full Post
tags: Events, Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 1996 (me), Local 1996 (vt), Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 475, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94, Massachusetts, Training,

The New England Carpenter is on its way!
Friday, February, 17, 2012
While we love the convenience and immediacy of sharing news and information through the “Council Update” and on NERCC.org and social media platforms, we know not every carpenter is active online. So the New England Regional Council is committed to continuing to produce the New England Carpenter magazine and deliver it to every member’s home. Read Full Post
tags: Local 107, Local 108, Local 111, Local 118, Local 1305, Local 1996, Local 210, Local 2168, Local 218, Local 24, Local 26, Local 275, Local 33, Local 40, Local 424, Local 43, Local 51, Local 535, Local 56, Local 624, Local 67, Local 723, Local 94,

Area Standards Demonstration: Baystate/Marriott
Wednesday, February, 01, 2012
Carpenters in Boston will be holding an area standards demonstration on Saturday, February 4 from 11am-1pm against Baystate Services, Inc. The demonstration will take place at the Marriott Copley Place on Huntington Avenue. Read Full Post
tags: Area Standards, Local 33, Marriott,

Area Standards Demonstration: Continental Contractors/Radisson
Tuesday, January, 31, 2012
Carpenters in Boston will be holding an area standards demonstration on Thursday, February 1 from 11a-1p against Continental Construction. The company, which has been hired for renovation work at the Radisson Hotel does not meet area standards for carpenters' wages and benefits on all of its projects. The demonstration will take place at the Boston Radisson, located at 200 Stuart Street. Read Full Post
tags: Area Standards, Construction Industry, Events, Local 33,

Area Standards Demonstration: Baystate/Marriott
Tuesday, January, 31, 2012
Carpenters in Boston will be holding an area standards demonstration on Tuesday, January 31 from 3-5pm against Baystate Services, Inc. The demonstration will take place at the Marriott Copley Place on Huntington Avenue. Read Full Post
tags: Area Standards, Construction Industry, Events, Local 33, Marriott,

State investigating use of shelter workers at Boston Marriott
Friday, January, 20, 2012
A prominent article in the Boston Globe today revealed that state investigators are looking into the use and treatment of out-of-state shelter workers in the renovation of rooms at the Boston Copley Marriott. Union carpenters, painters and other union members have been demonstrating twice a week for months at the site against Baystate Interiors, Inc. of Woburn for undermining area standard for carpenters' wages and benefits. Read Full Post
tags: Area Standards, Boston, Laws/enforcement, Local 33, Marriott, Massachusetts, Media, Nercc History, Unions,

Carpenters continue mass demonstrations at Marriott Copley
Friday, December, 16, 2011
Members of the New England Regional Council of Carpenters, Painters District Council #35 and other Boston Building Trades unions will be demonstrating at the Marriott Copley Place this Saturday, December 17 from 11am-1pm to call attention to substandard conditions for construction workers renovating 1100 hotel rooms. Demonstrations featuring as many as 200 members have been held two to three times a week for the last month and will continue indefinitely. Read Full Post
tags: Area Standards, Events, Industry Standards, Laws/enforcement, Local 33, Marriott, Massachusetts,

Union demonstrations at Boston Copley Marriott to continue
Tuesday, December, 13, 2011
Union carpenters joined by union painters, electricians and members of UNITE/HERE (hotel workers) will continue to demonstrate against the undermining of area standards at the Boston Copley Marriott hotel. Bay State Interiors has been hired to renovate rooms and does not pay carpenters area standard wages and benefits on all of its projects. More than 200 workers turned out at a demonstration last week and another 100 attended a demonstration Tuesday. Demonstrations will be scheduled regularly each week, including this Wednesday from 3:00-5 p.m. and Saturday December 17, 2011, 11:00am-1:00pm. Read Full Post
tags: Area Standards, Local 33, Marriott,

Our Work - 99 High
Tuesday, October, 18, 2011
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Walter A. Furman Co., Architectural Woodwork | A UNION shop
Tuesday, December, 21, 2010
Architectural millwork is a key element of any building project. When done right, it can really open eyes. At Walter A. Furman Company, craftsmanship and commitment are key, as union carpenters and company management carry on a long-standing company tradition of exceeding client expectations. Take a look behind the scenes to see how they bring it all together. Read Full Post
tags: Local 33, Local 51, Massachusetts, Nercc, Ubc,

Local carpenters save young boy's life
Wednesday, June, 02, 2010
A group of carpenters at a jobsite in Jamaica Plain saved a young boy��s life and came to the aid of his mother who was struck by a car trying to protect him.The incident happened last Friday in front of the carpenters�� jobsite at 365 Center Street. The group witnessed a young boy walking... Read Full Post
tags: Community, Local 33, Local 67,

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