Arizona Building and Construction Trades Council

Building Arizona Together

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:

Quality workmanship
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!

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Growing the Best Craftspeople in the Construction Industry

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…

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Latest News and Events

AZBTC Endorses AZ Primary Candidates

Arizona State Building & Construction Trades Council is endorsing candidates for the August 4 primary election who support labor and are committed to policies that create quality jobs and support working families. Click here to see the complete list of endorsed candidates. The primary election is August 4. If you have a mail-in ballot, please […]

NABTU May 29 Updates

Below is the May 29 edition of NABTU departments and affiliated organizations’ news and updates. 5.29.20 NABTU Weekly Update Newsletter NABTU CPWR Standards for US Construction Sites COVID-19 5.29.20 Update

AZBTC Spring 2020 Newsletter

The Spring 2020 AZBTC Newsletter covers the Council’s response to COVID-19, updates on legislation impacting our industry, and a profile of IW Local 75 apprentice Moises Espinoza.

Apprentice Profile: Moises Espinoza

Third-year Ironworker Local 75 Apprentice Moises Espinoza is not intimidated by a challenge. Whether it’s on the job or at the Local 75 apprentice competition, Espinoza has learned that he has what it takes to withstand the mental and physical stress that comes with being a highly skilled ironworker.  “I wanted to do something challenging […]

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