Contractors are facing a significant challenge in finding qualified, skilled and trained employees to work in construction.
The shortage of skilled workers has led to higher wages and bids, delayed projects and raised costs–for contractors and owners.
The Utility Contractors Association of Connecticut hopes to find solutions.
Join UCAC members, contractors, and suppliers on Wednesday, September 13 and hear from education professionals in the Connecticut Technical High School System who are working to address this challenge so contractors can recruit, hire, and retain qualified workers.
UCAC's Fall General Membership Meeting
Wednesday, September 13 (5 pm-8 pm)
The Gallery (141 New London Turnpike, Glastonbury)
Learn how contractors can work with Career Technical Education facilities to find the right workers while reducing training and labor costs and what the industry can do to attract young adults to the construction trades.
- Raymond Mencio, Education Consultant, Construction Trades, Career and Technical Education, Connecticut Technical High School System
- Pat Ciarleglio, Associate Education Consultant, Adult Education Programs, Career and Technical Education, CTTHSS
- Kara Habrock, Chairwoman, NUCA Board of Directors, L.G. Roloff Construction
The cost is $65 per person. Registration required by Thursday, September 7, 2017.
Questions? Email Barb Dimauro or call 413.896.6733.