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Building and General Construction Laborers Local 77

 

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Building and General Construction Laborers Local 77 is a more than 2,000-member strong Union representing construction workers in Southern New Jersey and parts of Central New Jersey. We pride ourselves on our professionalism on the job as well as our commitment to protecting the rights of our fellow members and workers everywhere.

We are backed by the 550,000 member Laborers' International Union of North America (LIUNA) and our innovative labor-managerment funds set the standard for training, health and safety, and business development.  

Local 77 Staff

Carl E. Styles, Business Manager
Gary Ramsey, Field Representative
Sammy Espinoza, Field Representative
Scott F. Cooper, Field Representative
Eric J. Wilcox, Field Representative
Robert Drobish, Field Representative


Building and General Construction Laborers Local 77 News Room


Apprenticeship applications now being accepted

Published By: NJ Laborers on 2014-10-06

 

The New Jersey Construction Craft Laborers’ Apprenticeship Program is accepting Apprentice applications. 

Building Construction Laborers Independent Agreement

Published By: NJ Laborers on 2014-10-07

Attached is the Independent Agreement between the NJ Building Construction Laborers District Council and independednt contractors.  

Effective May, 2013.  

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Fall 2014 NJ Laborers Vision Screening Schedule

Published By: NJ Laborers on 2014-09-05

 

The New Jersey Laborers Health and Safety Fund announce the schedule for member vision screenings.  All screenings will start an hour before your Local Union's membership meeting.  The screeening are offered free of charge and bno...

LIUNA’s Osborne eager to get to work in NJ’s largest city

Published By: NJ Laborers on 2014-05-29

Newark’s Councilman-Elect focused on safety, schools, and jobs

 

LIUNA members get dispatched to jobs all the time.  No big deal, right?  Well, for...

Support the EPA's Passaic River Bank to Bank Cleanup Plan.

Published By: NJ Laborers on 2014-04-23

The Environmental Protection Agency has proposed a comprehensive bank-to-bank clean up of the Lower Passaic River, an area left for dead after decades of industrial pollution.  While their recommendations carry some weight, the fact is that offending...