Stringing training for pipeline construction projects will take place in Orlando, Florida, in September.
(OAKLAND) – After a contentious contract rejection of what was characterized as a last, best, and final offer two weeks ago, Northern California Ready Mix drivers working for Cemex and Central Concrete overwhelmingly ratified an offer that was tentatively agreed to last Sunday. More than 400 drivers attending a meeting in the ballroom of the Oakland Hilton ratified the new offer by a 98 percent approval.
(OAKLAND) – After a contentious contract rejection of the two major ready mix companies, Cemex and Central Concrete last weekend, a tentative agreement has been reached by the parties after an all-day bargaining session held on Sunday, August 7, 2016. The Teamsters were prepared to begin picketing every one of the employers’ ready mix facilities beginning at midnight if the negotiations did not settle the areas of contention.
(SAN FRANCISCO) – Northern California Ready Mix drivers have turned down a last, best and final offer from Central and Cemex Ready Mix companies.
Concrete drivers who are members of Local 282 in New York have ratified a new four-year agreement.
The annual Essay Contest for college students, who are the sons or daughters of Teamsters, is now accepting applications.
Drivers and batchers of Ready Mix concrete have brought their fight for a better contract to the company's offices in Ottawa, Canada.
The April issue of the Building and Construction Material Division newsletter features articles about pipeline construction and worker safety training.