Quantifying the Value of Union Labor in Construction Projects

This study expands on an earlier study that found that union labor is more productive than open shop labor and projects that employed union labor cost less, despite the higher average all-in wage rate paid to union labor.

Read More

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Construction Trades

In 2021, NABTU commissioned ICERES to conduct a study of female and minority participation in the U.S. construction industry, with particular focus on historical trends in participation, successful initiatives to increase female and minority participation, and opportunities for future growth.

Read More