The Council has a long standing history of strong leadership, negotiating skills and a powerful political voice that is taken to the bargaining table to provide the construction industry[...] Find Out More
The Council is headed by Executive Secretary David J. Wondolowski and eight other Executive Board members, along with its 31 affiliated local unions and district councils. [...] Find Out More
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The Cleveland Building & Construction Trades Council

The CBCTC is an alliance of craft unions who have made up the foundation of the construction industry throughout the City of Cleveland and Northeast Ohio for over 100 years.

Our affiliated unions represent more than 10,000 highly-skilled and highly-trained craftworkers to be utilized by area building owners and contractors who only want the most productive and professional workforce in the industry.

The CBCTC provides essential coordination, representation and support to the work of our 31 affiliated unions and district councils, with a concerted commitment to the principles our building and construction trades were founded upon: performance, cooperation and partnership.

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Wondolowski: 2019 work outlook nearly as strong as 2018
Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council Executive Secretary Dave Wondolowski, expects the work outlook for 2019 to be nearly as strong as it was in 2018. [...] Read More →
Wondolowski discusses 2019 political course of action on America’s Work Force Radio
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