Los Angeles

Hahn Partners With Trades for Rancho Los Amigos

LOS ANGELES—On July 11, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a motion of support for a $468 million Project Labor Agreement for the Rancho Los Amigos South Campus Project in Downey. The motion was submitted by Supervisor … Continue reading

Orange County

TRADES OPEN ANAHEIM NORTH

Photos by Kenneth Johansson Originally published in “Building Trades News,” November 2017 ANAHEIM—The Anaheim Convention Center enjoyed a double celebration Sept. 26, for the grand opening of its new $190 million ACC North building, and the ACC’s 50th anniversary. The … Continue reading

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California

Council Executive Secretary Ron Miller and Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins at the signing of SB 350

Trades Win for Workers in Sacramento

The California Building Trades forged a successful year in the state capital, highlighted by the approval of bills that will produce thousands of new construction jobs in renewable power and expand the prevailing wage standard to more areas of the concrete industry and hospital and school contracting. Continue reading

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National

Trades Make Strong Showing in Washington, DC

Roughly 3,000 delegates and guests gathered at the Washington Hilton April 19-22 for the 60th annual North America’s Building Trades Unions Legislative Conference to advocate for good jobs and reinvestment in American infrastructure. Continue reading

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On the Job

All-Union Pasadena Plant Powers Up

Photos by Kenneth Johansson Originally published in “Building Trades News” Mag on December 2015 PASADENA—The Glenarm Power Plant repowering, a modernization project that’s being built under an all-union Project Labor Agreement with the State Building and Construction Trades Council of … Continue reading

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Building Trades Action

Trades Say No to Prop. 6

  UNION STATION, LOS ANGELES—The battle to defend SB 1 is on. It generates thousands of Building Trades jobs yearly on road and transit work. But it’s under attack by Prop. 6 on the Nov. 6 ballot.  Building Trades members, … Continue reading

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