Association of Wall Ceiling and Carpentry Industries

WC&C

Next General Meeting:

 

Tuesday, October 17, 2017 

6:00 PM

Location: TBA

REGISTER HERE!

Latest Pictures

2017 BBQ

Click here for the event gallery.

Subscribe to the Mailing List

Enter your email to subscribe to our mailing list.

Latest News

Time To Take Advantage Of This Growth Opportunity

WC&C is a consortium of business leaders. Many of you founded your companies. Others continue a family tradition. Some came on board along the way and are building the firm you lead. The common thread that binds each of us together is a deep-seated love of the construction industry and the wonderful feeling of accomplishment good leadership brings.

But running a business, particularly one of skilled craftsmen and growing it, requires constant growing of our personal skills. That’s why AWCI’s annual Industry Executives’ Conference and Committee Meetings is such an important tool. Aside from the obvious benefit gained from networking with peers from all across the country, this event offers a great opportunity for company owners and their executives to focus on trends impacting their business. Informative speakers, networking and committee meetings are brought together to further your knowledge and provide the tools required to maximize your ability to meet today’s construction industry challenges. This is  especially necessary in New York City where the demands are many and often unique.

Read More

ShareComment

Can We Control Our Destiny?

When I would engage with my peers around the country with my involvement with AWCI, some of the fiercest conversations I’ve had were with non-signatory contractors.  Some of whom I developed a personal relationship, as we discussed common interests in our industry.  A question I was often asked was, “Why are you a union contractor?” 

My answer was simple.  Island Acoustics was founded in 1969 with the founding partners having a rich history in carpentry and plastering working as union tradesmen, spending the last 40 plus years developing relationships with signatory pro union general contractors and construction managers.  Being a union contractor was a no brainer.  As a union carpentry contractor we had the ability to out-perform our open shop competition utilizing skilled labor to produce a quality product at a competitive price that worked for the owners, developers and institutions we worked for.

Read More

ShareComment
Read more news items in the News Archive

Industry News

City car dealerships hit the auction block

To view the full story, click the title link.
Read more

crainsnewyork.com

De Blasio heading for second term, whether New Yorkers like it or not

To view the full story, click the title link.
Read more

crainsnewyork.com
Island+Acoustics
Interested in Advertising?


Weather

Enter your zip code