Press Releases


Washington, D.C. – November 17, 2022 – “Speaker Pelosi is a results-driven, committed public servant, whose career as both Minority Leader and Speaker has been second to none. For the last 20 years in Democratic leadership, she has been a masterful force in getting things done to benefit all Americans, progress our nation forward and protect our country’s democracy.”

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Washington, D.C. – November 14, 2022 – “Today, as NABTU joins the rest of the nation to kick off the celebration of National Apprenticeship Week, we salute this gold standard training method, as well as the students and instructors that make this system the best in the world.”

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NABTU Statement Honoring Veterans Day

Washington, D.C. – November 11, 2022 – “Today, we honor the great sacrifice and service of all military veterans and their families across the United States and Canada. We salute these national heroes, including many building trades members, who defend our freedom, liberty and democracy across the globe.”

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FPC Live announces labor and workforce agreements for Deer District venue project

Madison-based concert promoter FPC Live announced Monday that it has finalized two separate labor agreements for its $50 million concert venue complex proposed for the Deer District in downtown Milwaukee.

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Micron picks Syracuse suburb for huge computer chip plant that would bring up to 9,000 jobs

Micron Technology plans to spend up to $100 billion building a mega-complex of computer chip plants in Syracuse’s northern suburbs in what would be the largest single private investment in New York history.

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Thousands of jobs headed to CSRA

Savannah River Nuclear Solutions and the Augusta Building and Construction Trades Council signed an agreement that will pave the way for a major construction project, bringing thousands of jobs to skilled craft and trade workers.

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TWBN 2022: Remarks by NABTU President Sean McGarvey

TWBN 2022: Remarks by U.S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh

TWBN 2022: Remarks by AFL-CIO President Liz Shuler