The Arizona Building and Construction Trades Council is the state’s premier source for construction craftspeople in all trade areas. Whether your construction project is large, medium or small, we can build it from the ground up in partnership with owners and contractors who will provide your project with:
Journeymen and apprentices who are well-trained and at the top of their professions
A reliable, safety-focused labor force
On-time, within-budget project completion
Work that’s done right…the first time!
Through our members’ training and apprenticeship programs, we prepare our apprentices to learn the newest techniques in their trades, as well as making safety training priority number one.
No matter which trade interests a prospective apprentice, the Arizona Building and Construction Trades Council has a world-class member training program that will enable him or her to set the foundation for a successful career while earning a competitive salary and getting real-world experience on the job site.
Contact one of our apprenticeship programs for more information…
We had a full house for January’s AZBTC meeting. New AZBTC officers President Aaron Butler of UA Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 469, Vice President Jeff Holly of Sheet Metal Workers Local 359, Secretary/Treasurer Jacob Evenson of Boilermakers Local 627 Phoenix,AZ, and Trustee Jerry Cluff of Elevator Constructors Local 140 were sworn in. The Council got right to […]
The AZBTC Fall 2019 Newsletter is available. Read about AZBTC’s support for ASARCO workers, commitment to relationship that support education, and activities in the community.
The AZBTC Summer 2019 Newsletter is here. Read about the City of Phoenix and City of Tucson special elections on August 27, and how AZBTC members are making a difference in our community.
The Spring 2019 edition of the AZBTC Newsletter is out. Click on the link to meet apprentice Justine Morehead, see photos from the Annual Golf Tournament, and read about how AZBTC is building a coalition to promote legislation that helps working families.