Union Ironworkers Make a New Year’s Resolution
Resolution ensures a productive and well-trained workforce in 2009 and beyond
“Our New Year’s Resolution is a promise to contractors that we have not worked with in the past, that we will provide flexible help, a well-trained workforce, lower safety-related costs, the development of strong project supervision, a focused marketing effort and a high level of productivity in 2009,” said
A relationship with Union Ironworkers includes various business benefits for contractors including no benefits administration costs, lower crew turnover and savings as a result of a more productive workforce. A productive workforce results in a project that is completed on time and under budget and vital to the business success of contractors and owners.
“Union construction workers have been found to be 17% more productive – and good labor productivity not only reduces project costs, but it improves the project’s schedule and quality,” says
This New Year’s Resolution is a commitment based on the Ironworker Standard of Excellence, which reinforces the pride of every Ironworker and the commitment to be the most skilled, most productive and safest building trade. Contractors and owners can visit www.IronworkersDoMore.com to see the various projects, the wide-ranging capabilities and review the Ironworker Standard of Excellence.
About Union Ironworkers
Members of the International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing Iron Workers are part of the construction trades. It is their job to unload, erect and connect steel beams that form the skeleton of a structure in addition to working in precast concrete, metal buildings, reinforcing steel, ornamental iron and metal curtain wall construction. Throughout
SOURCE Union Ironworkers