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Building and Construction Trades Council. (3)

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Australian Building Construction Employees' and Builders' Labourers' Federation (3)

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Borger Building and Construction Trades Council. (2)

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Lubbock Building and Construction Trades Council (2)

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Building & Construction Trades Council (Seattle, Wash.) (2)

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The Seattle Building & Construction Trades Council coordinates the efforts of local unions in the building trades, including contract negotiations with employer organizations and apprenticeship and training programs. It was formerly the Seattle Building Trades Council. Following the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Executive Order 11246, requiring equal employment opportunities in federally funded construction projects, the low numbers of minority workers in the co...

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Amarillo Building and Construction Trades Council. (2)

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Texas Panhandle Building and Construction Trades Council (2)

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Organized in 1942 in Amarillo, Texas, as the Amarillo Building Trades Council and composed of construction industry locals in and around Amarillo. Throughout the years it adopted various name changes, merged with the Borger Building and Construction Trades Council around 1961, and in 1963 adopted its present name.

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Building and Construction Trades Council (Kansas City, Mo.) (2)

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Australian Building Construction Employees' and Builders' Labourers' Federation. New South Wales Branch (3)

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Building & Construction Trades Council (1)

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