TRADES OPEN ANAHEIM NORTH

Photos by Kenneth Johansson Originally published in “Building Trades News,” November 2017
ANAHEIM—The Anaheim Convention Center enjoyed…

All-Union Pasadena Plant Powers Up

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 Read more

Plastering Is a Messy Job That Produces a Clean Finish

This city of 175,000, located in the heart of Orange County, isn’t exactly known for its tourist attractions, but that’s due to change within the next year, as the city becomes home to a new waterpark and hotel complex.

All Aboard: Trades-Built Expo Will Open in Spring 2016

At a preview of the new Palms Expo Line station June 29, officials, Building Trades union leaders and members celebrated progress on the ocean-bound light rail line—a long-awaited installment in what is expected to be game-changing transportation infrastructure for Los Angeles.

United States Labor Secretary Praises Building Trades

Building Trades Project Labor Agreements entered the national spotlight Aug. 18, when United States Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez visited Los Angeles and praised the historic, $40 billion agreement that covers transit work under Measure R.

Emerson College Wins 12th Annual Q Award

Since construction of Emerson College’s new Hollywood campus for communications and arts students was completed in December 2013, its eye-catching design—a modernistic sculpture in shiny aluminum and glass—has attracted plenty of attention and requests for tours.
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Building Trades Start Work on $1 Billion Bridge

At the Port of Long Beach, a project to replace an aging bridge isn’t just resulting in the creation of a new structure.