The Savage v. Tweedy lawsuit has been settled. Anyone interested can see below for the official statement from the Council which tells the story of how we got there. Also included is the Settlement itself.
Please see the attached for important information regarding upcoming changes to the Oregon & SW Washington Health and Welfare plans. This is the same information that was mailed to all effected members recently.
According to a recent survey conducted by the AGC, the trades are currently facing a shortfall of skilled crafts people. This is a good problem to have, and was an expected problem. With many Baby-Boomers taking advantage of retirement in the next 3-7 years, the… Read More
Your bargaining team has reached a Tentative Agreement with the Scaffold Industry contractors for Washington, Oregon, and Northern Idaho. Your bargaining team is recommending a YES vote on this proposal. Ballots must be postmarked by August 5th, to be counted on August 9th. Below is… Read More
Your negotiating team has reached a tentative agreement with the Oregon/ SW Washington Wall & Ceiling Association. Your negotiating team strongly recommends a “YES” vote. You should see ballots arriving in the mail soon, and will need to be received by June 26th to be… Read More
There has been a tentative agreement reached between the AGC & GCCA and the Pacific Northwest Regional Council of Carpenters. The negotiations committee, which is, comprised of Council staff and Rank and File members from Oregon and SW Washington, unanimously recommends a YES vote. After… Read More
Representatives of the Pacific Northwest Regional Council of Carpenters march outside the Multnomah Athletic Club in Portland Wednesday in protest of work being performed there by R&H Construction. According to union representative Ben Basom, the group is focusing on R&H because the company “doesn’t meet… Read More
Original article: Oregon Live story The owner of a Hillsboro construction company was arraigned Thursday in Washington County Circuit Court on charges of money laundering, racketeering and theft. Stephen Gregory Nagy, 49, was arraigned Thursday afternoon on 24 counts, including criminal antitrust, racketeering, first-degree theft,… Read More