Raising the cost of construction of private projects 30 percent is no way to respond to a financial crisis.
New York’s minority construction workforce fears the consequences of PREVAILING WAGE in New York’s budget.
As New York's elected leaders consider the proposed 2021 budget, The Construction Workforce Project wishes to remind them who they work for and who we are as citizens of this great city.
Here’s what you need to know about WHO works on New York’s open /merit shop construction sites and WHO exactly will be put out of work if prevailing wage is expanded.
Support for inner-city, ethnically diverse workers needs to be demonstrated as our open shop industry has done. These prevailing wage efforts are proving to be nothing more than another market grab for special interests.
Construction workforce project is proud to sponsor Harlem Back to School Backpack Drive
Construction Workforce Project is honored to have taken part in Harlem Congregations for Community Improvements' annual "Let's Break Bread Together" Awards Dinner.
As the legislative session enters its final days, serious concerns remain regarding legislation to redefine public works and expand prevailing wage mandates in New York’s construction industry. Recent closed-door negotiations over the bill have not addressed these concerns.
We ask you to recognize the changing tides of the construction workforce, and provide more resources totrain, employ and protect New Yorkers of color in the construction industry, regardless of whether or not they are part of a union.
As legislators in Albany discuss a potential prevailing-wage expansion, their deliberations have failed to consider the effects it would have on New York’s medical infrastructure.