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The LIUNA Training Funds in New Jersey and Delaware bring comprehensive safety and skills training to more than 20,000 Laborers serving approximately 4,000 employers. A successful project starts with sound training. LIUNA Training is committed to meeting and exceeding industry standards through a combination of classroom and hands-on training.

Union Advantage

Top 10 Reasons to Become a Union Contractor

Staff and Leadership

Board of Trustees

Raymond M. Pocino, Co-Chairman

J. Fletcher Creamer, Co-Chairman

Anthony Capaccio

Carl Styles

Robert Epifano

Tom Ramsey

Jack Kocsis

Jeff Waters


Steven Gardner, Director

Kamille Caufield, Administrator

Rob Lewandowski, Communications Director


What does NJ LECET Provide?

NJ LECET specializes in bring industry, legislative, and community support for projects involving highway and utility construction and renovation; building and school construction; and environmental and hazardous waste remediation. NJ LECET staff is known for its experience and expertise in numerous fields including economic development, government relations, real estate developemnt, labor law, finance, and marketing.  


Helping our signatory contractors increase market share, productivity and profitability matters to NJ LECET. As a nationally-recognized labor-management cooperative, NJ LECET works to create opportunities for our employers to win projects and put our members to work. NJLECET services add value to the employer-employee relationship.

LIUNA Tri Funds

Tri-Funds Working together works best, which is why the Laborers International Union and its signatory employers have developed highly acclaimed labor-management partnerships to assist contractors, aid developers and provide a competitive advantage in the industries where we work. • A safe and healthy workplace is not only good for workers; it is also good for the bottom line.

Laborers Action Center

It's your union. Take action to help fellow laborers.

LIUNA is more than an organization, it is a social and economic movement that believes all workers should be treated fairly and with dignity by their employers and that public policy should do all it can to create opportunity for all Americans.

Voter Registration

Who Can Register

To register in New Jersey you must be:

  • A US citizen
  • At least 18 years old on or before the next election
  • Residing at your present address for at least 30 days
  • You are NOT CURRENTLY serving a sentence, probation, or parole because of a felony conviction.

How to Register


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