Dan Bukiewicz, president of the Milwaukee Building and Construction Trades Council.
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Area High School Students To Engage in Hand-on Trades Experiences on During National Apprentice Week Event
The hands-on day is designed to help close the skilled labor gap by giving students hands-on experience and helping them learn about career opportunities available to them in the construction industry.Nov 11th, 2018 by Milwaukee Building and Construction Trades Council
Baldwin legislation to invest in public-private partnerships to close skills gapMay 30th, 2018 by U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin
The 290,000-square foot IKEA Oak Creek is the first IKEA store in the state of Wisconsin and boasts one of the largest rooftop solar arrays in the state.May 16th, 2018 by IKEA
Leadership MKE supported candidates have already scored significant primary victories.Mar 13th, 2018 by Leadership MKE
The Milwaukee Building and Construction Trades Council announces signing of PLA with the Forest County Potawatomi & Gilbane Building Company.
The project will have a December 2017 start date.Dec 20th, 2017 by Milwaukee Building and Construction Trades Council
“I am honored and humbled to have earned the support of these officials, who work every day to make our communities stronger.”Oct 17th, 2017 by Rebecca Dallet
Legislation would prohibit the state and all local governments from implementing a Project Labor Agreement or Community Workforce Agreement on public works projects.Jan 25th, 2017 by Milwaukee Building and Construction Trades Council
“Dream It, Achieve It” toy drive seeks to spark the imagination of area youthDec 19th, 2016 by Milwaukee Building and Construction Trades Council
“I am humbled and honored to have the support of the thousands of working men and women represented by these important associations who effectively represent the interests of their members,” said Chisholm.Jul 20th, 2016 by John Chisholm
“I am honored to have this support and look forward to continuing to collaborate with every level of government to improve our community.”Mar 31st, 2016 by County Executive Chris Abele
This group represents some of the fastest growing unions in the Milwaukee area, collectively representing 15,000 members.Feb 8th, 2016 by County Executive Chris Abele