BTEA Announces COVID-19 Resource Center Online Center to Provide Up-to-Date Information for Contractors

The Building Trades Employers Association (BTEA) has announced the creation of their COVID-19 Contractor Resource Center, an online platform that will connect contractors with up-to-date information regarding COVID-19. The website, which was launched on Monday, March 16, 2020 can be found here: https://www.bteany.com/covid19/

 

“We want to support our members, colleagues, allied organizations and the and the building trade union members we employ with information that can be helpful and useful during the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Louis J. Coletti, President and CEO of the BTEA. He continued, “There is so much unknown about this COVID-19 and how it will impact our industry and workforce. If we work together to share information and collaborate on best practices, we will make better progress than if we go it alone.”

 

About the Building Trades Employers Association (BTEA)

 

The BTEA is the construction contractor's unified advocate for construction safety standards, professional development, government affairs, public relations and fostering communication between public officials, public and private owners, labor and the general public. Realizing that a construction industry is essential to the vibrant future of New York City, its activities are dedicated to a building environment meeting the highest of environmental standards, integrity, cost efficiency, productivity and value that contributes to improving the quality of life in New York City.

 

The BTEA represents 26 Construction Manager, General Contractor, Subcontractor and Specialty Trade contractor associations with over 1,300 individual contractor members. In 2017, BTEA contractors had an estimated $50 billion dollars in construction revenue in new commercial, residential, interior renovations, healthcare and public work projects. To learn more about the BTEA, please visit: https://www.bteany.com/

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