Yearly Archives: 2015


《纽约邮报》: 纽约建筑工会让少数族裔升迁难上加难

2012年,在Averil Morrison起诉运营工程师国际联盟Local 14 B种族歧视时,她证实了我们几十年来已知的事情:纽约市工会建设的多元化工作场所没有领导人。

December 22nd, 2015|Union Pay, 多样化, 最新新闻|


BuildingNYC是一个协会,它代表了当今大多数纽约市建筑(尤其是保障性住房)的工人。 我们多元化的员工队伍来自纽约市建筑行业各个部门,我们寻求保护,并倡导在安全、公平和公正的环境中工作的权利,促进持续的就业增长和经济效益。

NYT: New York Sheet Metal Workers Case Highlights Persistence of Workplace Discrimination

The union’s white members have received more work and larger pensions, data show. In contrast, minority members, who have lagged for decades, often struggle to find steady jobs and to earn enough credit to retire on time with full pensions.

December 21st, 2015|Union Pay, 多样化, 最新新闻|

POLITICO: Minority workers sue operating engineers union

Minority workers have filed a discrimination lawsuit against the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 14 and several other construction groups alleging they have systematically discriminated against men and women of color in the hiring and employment of operating engineers.

December 10th, 2015|多样化, 最新新闻, 未分类|



December 10th, 2015|Union Pay, 多样化, 最新新闻|

Bloomberg: Tishman Construction Admits Cheating Trade Center Clients

Tishman Construction Corp., builder of One World Trade Center in New York’s financial district, admitted to an overbilling scheme spanning a decade and agreed to pay $20 million in restitution and penalties.

December 10th, 2015|Corruption, 更佳建筑, 最新新闻|

《纽约每日新闻报》: 独家新闻: 全国有色人种协进会(NAACP)声称建筑与建筑贸易工会在建筑工会多样性方面误导纽约人民


October 26th, 2015|Union Pay, 多样化, 最新新闻|

WSJ: Growth of Nonunion Construction Tests New York City Labor Leader

Even five years ago, it was unimaginable that a developer would defy the city’s powerful construction unions, led by Gary LaBarbera, and try to build a complicated Manhattan building without relying entirely on his members.

June 12th, 2015|最新新闻, 非联合项目|


这一分析表明,没有证据能够表明无工会组织的建筑工地其安全状况要低于存在工会组织的建筑工地,甚至恰恰相反。 原因在于,所有开发商都需致力于工人的安全,且所有的建筑工地都需符合纽约市、纽约州以及联邦安全标准。

May 11th, 2015|工地安全, 最新新闻, 非联合项目|

WSJ: Around New York Building Sites, a Little-Known Threat

Yet at least once a month on average, a passerby is injured near a New York City construction site by anything from falling bricks, hammers and glass to windblown fences and collapsing sidewalk sheds.

April 22nd, 2015|工地安全, 更佳建筑, 最新新闻|