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Becoming a signatory contractor with the New England Regional Council of Carpenters involves more than just signing some legal documents and calling the hall for manpower. It means building a relationship that benefits your company and your clients.
The Contractors Relations Department at the Carpenters Union works closely with each signatory general contractor and subcontractor. They work with contractors, resolving potential problems before they arise and helping union contractors remain productive and profitable. It is a business relationship, with both the union and contractors working together for mutual success.
With a large pool of signatory contractors, the union provides plenty of options to building a winning team every time. General contractors have access to hundreds of subcontractors and conversely subcontractors are introduced to new and profitable opportunities with the most successful general contractors in the industry. What makes this so valuable is the guidance of the Contractors Relations Department, identifying which companies are right for each job and putting together building partners that will succeed together.
The Carpenters Union is serious about helping all contractors succeed. They get mobility for their crews and introductions to profitable new relationships with owners, developers and other contractors. They have access to a pool of more than 20,000 members, enabling them to ramp up for a big project or add slowly while expanding their business.
NERCC Contractor Relations
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Highland Park | Roxbury, MA
Union carpenters have been involved in another cutting-edge energy efficient building project. Working with the city of Boston and developer Urbanica, apprentices and instructors were part of building the city's first "energy positive homes." The project took advantage of union training and union skills while allowing carpenters to learn more about the latest ways to make building and living more energy efficient. The skills and knowledge they learned and used will benefit them directly, as well as their future employers and the entire building industry.
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