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The CCA persistently advocates on behalf of our members and is dedicated to the continued successful economic development of the Hudson Valley and Catskills.
By strengthening our members’ collective voice and advocating for public policy initiatives that support local labor, we fight to help our members retain market share, save money, and grow. Our member contractors employ local union members who are trained through NYS- certified apprentice programs and are OSHA certified, and we work diligently to connect developers and owners with the contractors they need to successfully complete projects.
Union contractors hire only union professionals who get the job done on time and within budget. That unmatched, highly-skilled workforce provides better craftsmanship with fewer workplace accidents, so your job is done right. Our labor partners promote economic development, create jobs, support the local community, and ensure that an experienced, career workforce is ready to get to work on your project
Yes! The CCA hosts several exclusive events each year, where members and special guests can gather with colleagues, strengthen relationships and make new connections.
Our seasonal gatherings – there’s the Spring Dinner Meeting, the Golf Outing, an early- autumn Lobster Bake and our Holiday Get-Together and Giving Event – are a must- attend for industry leaders, policy makers, business owners and community officials.
Union labor completes projects safely, on time, and on budget, and that’s why the highly trained men and women of the local unionized labor force has our full support. The CCA welcomes contractors who are signed to full agreement with one of our building trade unions.
CCA associate members include suppliers, banks, insurance companies, architects, security professionals, and more. If your company serves the construction industry, we encourage you to become a member.