Building a Stronger Future, Together ~ As carpenters, we build. But more than just structures, we’re crafting our shared future as professionals, as brothers and sisters, and as leaders in our field.
While some wait for the future to come to them, the North Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters is taking steps now to proactively shape where we go next. And, just as a building begins with a blueprint, our future begins with a shared vision.
To learn more go to https://www.nasrcc.org/about-us/our-vision/
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Jordan A. Ziegler, Esq.
Workers Compensation Lawyer providing legal services to members. Click here for contact information.
It is our goal to keep the balance of productivity, safety & efficiency as our number one concern, by doing this we will secure a prominent future for members.
If you are interested in becoming a member of our local, please click the become a member button or call us for more information on becoming a member. We will then provide you with the information you need to start your career as a Union Carpenter.
On behalf of the Carpenters Local Union 290 and its Team Leaders, we thank you for visiting our website. We are a proud part of the North Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters.
If you would like to start a career through our apprenticeship and training programs, we invite you to contact us to get more information and join our union.
Assemblyman Mike LiPetri, Esq.
Providing affordable legal services for members looking to buy/sell a home, draft a will or create a trust, or engage in commercial transactions. Click here for contact information.
For our members this website will provide an easier way to stay connected and informed with Local Union 290 events, and important information.
In remaining proactive on several hospital projects and due to the ongoing social distancing requirements, we wanted to have certifications/refreshers readily available to our membership online. Many upcoming hospital projects in addition to the 8 story Northwell Hospital in Manhasset which has already broken ground, will require all Carpenters to have OSHA 30 within the last 5 years.
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