— The Carpenters Union Local 1946 is a part of one of North America’s largest building-trades unions, with nearly a half-million members in the construction and wood-products industries.
— The Carpenters Union Local 1946 is a part of one of North America's largest building-trades unions, with nearly a half-million members in the construction and wood-products industries.
— The United Brotherhood of Carpenters & Joiners was founded on the first charter implemented in 1946 and subsequently ended in June of 1915.
— In 1884, delegates to the United Brotherhood of Carpenters' Fourth General Convention adopted this emblem to serve as a symbol of the union's ideals.
— The label of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners was adopted in 1902 and registered in 1903. It signifies that the product has been made by Brotherhood members.
— Links to the affiliates of the Carpenters Union Local 1946.
— The UBC represents one trade with many crafts. Our members touch every aspect of a construction project; they’re frequently first on the job and the last to leave.
— Whether with concrete, exteriors, roofs, infrastructure, scaffolding, to the finest trim and finish work, UBC carpentry professionals provide the crucial work on most every type of structure found in our world.
— UBC interior systems professionals are experts in several facets of a structure's interior. Typical work involves the installation of modern equipment and material in commercial and public buildings.
— Floor coverers install a wide variety of flooring materials, including carpet, resilients, wood, laminates, and sport surfaces. Professional floor coverers from the UBC are found in commercial, residential, and institutional settings.
— Achieving the desired results of a custom architectural millwork project requires the work of an expert--a professional with the right mix of skill and productivity to meet the demands and specifications of the design.
— In construction, if you don't produce, you're not an asset to anyone--not the general contractor, the project manager, or the end-user. UBC members know this, our contractors know this, and our union's leadership knows it.
— Now more than ever, keeping union carpenters at work means helping union contractors win the work. Our goal is to employ proven strategies that help signatories to identify, compete for, and win contracts.
— The UBC understands that keeping up with today's construction industry means adapting its workforce to reflect the needs of our contractors and their customers.
— An apprenticeship provides hands-on training for people who enjoy learning by doing. Apprenticeships can lead to rewarding and profitable careers that demand a high level of skill, judgment, and creativity.
— Interested In Becoming a Member? Please e-mail your resume and work history to firstname.lastname@example.org or Fax to : 519-649-1208
— Area where Member's can log in to their Carpenters Union Local 1946 member's section of the website. If you're a new Member, you can also activate your account here.
— With nearly half a million members and more than 600 Local Unions across Canada and the U.S., today's UBC has simplified our structure so you can contact our administrative and business staff easily - whoever and wherever you may be.
— Directory of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America - Local 1946 website. Find a complete list of internal pages.