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    • Welcome To Local 45


      Welcome to Local 45's website, we are one of nine Local's that make up the NYC District Council of Carpenters.  Local 45 has always been for the members first.  We realize without a strong membership base we would not have the respect and accomplishments that we have had over the years. I truly believe our Apprentices are the best within the city.  Local 45 started the first apprentice mentoring program and we understand that our apprentices are the ones who will carry this organization into the future.

      I would like to say thank you to all of our members who volunteer their time and efforts to make this local the best in the New York City.  Let us be leaders in the NYCDCC and regain our market share and secure work for our members for the future.

      In Solidarity,

      Joseph J. Reilly

      President Local 45

      Representing Local 45 at the NABTU 2018

      Dear Brothers and Sisters

      Due to our current situation WE have REOPENED our office at 214-38 Hillside Avenue, Queens Village on June 1, 2020 with the following changes:

      OFFICE HOURS 7:00 A.M - 3:00 P.M.

      LUNCH 12:00 P.M. - 1:00 P.M. 

      MASKS are A MUST to Enter the Office 

      We want to keep you safe as well as our employees please adhere to these new mandatory rules.  Please stay safe and we hope to see you all soon.


      Joseph J. Reilly

      President Local 45

      UPDATE 6/10/2021

      Picket Duty STARTS AGAIN TODAY!!! 

      Check on the nycdistrictcouncil.com Website for locations. Picket Duty will run from July 1, 2021 UNTIL June 30, 2022 - If you work this year you MUST do Picket Duty

      If you do NOT do Picket Duty it is a $500 Fine.

      - Members who were credited with serving Union Activity with the NYCDCC between Jan. 1, 2020 and March 20, 2020 will receive credit for 2021.

      All other members who work 99 or more hours in the jurisdiction of the NYCDCC will need to perform union activity for the NYCDCC by Thursday June 30, 2022.

      - Members who have questions can be directed to the Union Activity hotline at 212-366-7810 Monday through Friday between the hours of 2 pm and 4 pm.

      - To view upcoming Union Activity options, members need to sign in to the Members Section of the District Council website. Once in the Member Section, look for the Union Activity link, and click on it to view the options.

      - If members cannot log in to the Members Section, you can direct them to the Communications Dept. at 212-366-7316.


      We hope you are all safe and healthy as we continue in the state we currently are in with COVID19. At this time Local 45 will NOT have Apprentice Meetings. BUT this WILL CHANGE Information to Follow.  Our next meeting will be Tuesday, June 29, 2021 at 5:00pm at the American Legion Post, 51 Valley Stream, NY.  We will follow state guidelines please wear masks and stay 6 feet apart.  Due to the current circumstates life as we know it is unsure please continue to stay safe follow guidelines.  See you soon.


      Joseph J Reilly, President Local 45 

      CTC Response to SST Card Requests

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      The Carpenters Training Center (CTC) is experiencing an unusually high-volume of calls from members requiring SST cards. CTC Staff is working diligently to respond to calls and enter the required data to facilitate SST card production. In order to better serve our membership and expedite the process, CTC staff requests that when members call, they leave a brief message along with a UBC ID number, full name, and phone number. A CTC staff member will follow-up as soon as available. Members can also send an email to sst@nycdcctc.org


      As you may be aware, there was a Reinstatement Policy change that went into effect January 1, 2020 regarding Arrears to Suspension Status.  Always stay current with your Local dues or you may lose your initiation date.  Please see attached Bulletin from the UBC for more information.

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      Brothers and Sisters 

      Please join us in our NEW APP with current information and at the moment happenings ONLY FOR LOCAL 45. You can either take a photo and the app will appear on your phone or you can Text 888-406-4140 enter the Code UBC45 and follow the prompts.

      We WON! The Wage Theft Bill is on the books in New York State! Workers are now protected against wage theft thanks to NYC Carpenters!

      This year, Labor Day had even more meaning when Governor Kathy Hochul put the pen to paper and officially signed the Wage Theft Bill (S2766) into law! Along with Senator Jessica Ramos and Assemblywoman Latoya Joyner, the NYC Carpenters Union and our members played a critical role in making this law a reality. Through our Carpenters RISE campaign, our members were vocal and insistent. We called on electeds to sign on to the bill. We held rallies and marched down the streets. We sent letters and we made our voices heard across social media. Because of the hard work put in by our members, vulnerable and exploited workers who have been ripped off by greedy contractors with nowhere to turn now have protections, and unscrupulous contractors will be held accountable!

      This is a tremendous win for the Carpenters Union, for construction workers, and for hardworking men and women across the state. When we come together for a common goal, Carpenters RISE! Thank you!

      TVC Vaccination Verification

      Please see attached from the UBC 

      Local 45 Scholarship Award 2022-2023


      This scholarship is available to high school seniors who are an eligible dependent of a Local 45 member or pensioner. An independent selection committee will evaluate the applications and select the recipients based on community involvement, essay content, and academic achievement and records. Follow this link to setup an account and apply online. The application is scheduled to open on November 15, 2021.  Please contact Local Union 45 at (718) 464-6016 for further information or with any questions.

      Below are Additional Scholarships Available to Everyone:

      New York Building Industry Scholarship Program

      The New York Building Industry Scholarship Program’s purpose is to make funds for college available to the children of both labor and management employees in the construction industry in recognition of the fact that the industry will be enhanced by the increased education of its future leaders. The Scholarship awards are $3,000 a year for a maximum of four years.

      Applications open on September 15, 2021 and close on December 1, 2021.

      Click here for more info and click here to log in and apply. The NYCDCC offers a Scholarship Program through the Welfare Fund for unmarried dependent natural or adopted Children of eligible members.  The Scholarship Program pays up to $3,500 for each year of a four-year academic program at an accredited college or university, or until the Child receives a bachelor’s degree, whichever occurs first. Currently, 25 students are selected to receive scholarships each year.

      2020-2021 Wall & Ceiling Association Scholarship Program (TBD)

      To be considered please head to https://aim.applyists.net/wc&c to apply. If you are having issues locating the scholarship on the ISTS website,  click on “add new application.” The  scholarship program key is “WC&C” and will bring you directly to our application page. You will need to register for an ISTS account (free of charge) to apply if you do not already have one.

      Student Labor Journalism Award

      The New York Metro labor Communications Council is offering two $500 prizes for work by student journalists. Please include your name and the school you are attending. Students do not need to be journalism majors. For more information and to apply, please contact: Charles Wilbanks: 212.823.2054 or metrolabornyc@gmail.org.

      The Concrete Industry Foundation Scholarship

      The Concrete Industry Foundation Inc. (CIF) was established in 1993 to provide financial assistance to students preparing for careers in the design and construction industry, with special emphasis on study related to concrete.  Scholarships and grants are awarded to students at the graduate, undergraduate, technical college and apprentice levels who are preparing to work as engineers, architects, inspectors, technicians and constructors.

      • Applicants must be citizens of the United States. They must also be permanent legal residents of the New York Metropolitan area and attending an institution in the New York Metropolitan area. The Metropolitan area is defined as within a 100 mile radius of Manhattan.
      • Undergraduate students must have completed their sophomore year and be continuing to study during the following school year.
      • Graduate Students may be in any year of study and must be continuing to study during the following school year.
      • Applicants should demonstrate a career goal in one of the study categories (engineering, architecture, construction management) and express an interest in the concrete-built environment.

      For Questions Contact: Anna Montella, CIF Scholarship Administration or call  (718) 459-4966 and email admin@concreteindustryfoundation.org.

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