A project labor agreement (PLA) is a pre-hire collective bargaining agreement establishing the terms and conditions of employment on one or more construction projects. PLAs were first used on the big public works projects of the 1930s, like the Hoover Dam. Since then, scores of large and complex projects, both public and private, have been built across the United States successfully using the PLA model, such as Kitsap Naval Base, Cove Point – LNG Export Terminal, LAX Airport, the Tappan Zee Bridge replacement, and every single one of Toyota Motor Corporation’s North American production facilities.
Report of Federal Agency Project Form
The Standard Project Labor Agreement
The Department Guidelines for Negotiating a Project Labor Agreement