Across the country, LIUNA members are a reflection of the communities in which they live and work. They are men and women who seek to improve their hometowns and neighborhoods by raising their own standards, pursuing greater opportunities in construction through training and fighting to help their brothers and sisters do the same.
At the Southeast Laborers’ District Council, we are undertaking initiatives district-wide to build the communities in which we live. We do this in the belief that especially when public money is put to work, it is best spent supporting the same people whose tax dollars fund those projects. By supporting training and employment for local workers, we believe that we can help create sustainable communities with an ever-growing middle class that can continue to build their neighborhoods and cities well into the future.