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Skilled Workforce

When it comes to the highest skills, best training, quality, safety and the best productivity, then the skilled and trained workforce in the Union Building & Construction Trades in the State of Texas is the best choice for Owners and Contractors.

We all know that any owner of a business tries to budget and control their cost when it comes to construction, renovations and maintenance of their properties, Owners invest their money into projects that they want to last by depending on quality products and the best skilled labor.

Unscrupulous contractors just want to get the job done and hope that the work makes it through the warranty period. These types of contractors usually do not use the best skilled and highly trained labor or the best products, but they make the aesthetics look good, for a while.  Owners that save money up front by awarding work to contractors and subcontractors that do not provide training to its workforce really pay the price for it in the end in due to higher maintenance, repair and replacement costs later.

Owners can rest assured that their investments are best protected by using union contractors along with the highly skilled and the best trained journey persons and registered apprentices in the Building and Construction Trades. As new technology and techniques emerges, our training programs strive to develop and provide members the continuing education that will always make us the best value for an owner.

The unionized Building Trades in Texas State is over 30,000 members strong. For your next project, be sure to use union labor to ensure that your finished project has the craftsmanship that you would expect.

Contact the Texas State Building & Construction Trades Council today!

 

 




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