Carpenters Union Local 43


 Local 43 Logo Contest 

Contest Guidelines


New England Regional Council of Carpenters: 2016 Scholarship 

The NERCC Scholarship application is now available for 2016. Last year, $60,000 was awarded to members and dependents, including top scholarship awards of $5,000 and $3,000.

2016 Scholarship Guidelines and Application


2015/16 Work IDs now available at hall during business hours and on meeting night. NOTE: IDs  are mailed only with a self-addressed stamped envelope.


  New Feature Good News from our Members

Use the email link at right to submit your own Good News!


UPP Cycle #2 is here!!

UPP EVENTS ⇐  click the link for more info! 


  Capital Community College 

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT DEGREE


Retirees Club #96 Information

The United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America began in 1881, when 36 carpenters from 11 cities formed a national union with a constitution, a structure and two thousand members. From humble beginnings arose a powerful political and economic force, setting the standards for wages, benefits, conditions and quality on every project in the U.S. Much has changed in a century, but growth still rests on reaching out and opening doors to all working carpenters. The Charter for Local #43 was issued on April 18, 1883.

Check out the history of the UBC – Carpenters Magazine issues back to 1881!

Carpenters Local 43 Union Hall

Carpenters Local 43 Union Hall October 2010

Local 43
885 Wethersfield Avenue
Hartford, CT 06114
Tel: 860-296-8564
Toll free: 877-562-2543
Fax: 860-296-8010
email: carpenterslocal43@yahoo.com
Hartford / North Central Conn.

Jurisdiction: Avon, Bloomfield, Bolton, E. Granby, E. Hartford, E. Windsor, Ellington, Enfield, Farmington, Glastonbury, Granby, Hartford, Hartland, Manchester, Rocky Hill, Simsbury, Somers, Stafford, S. Windsor, Suffield, Tolland, Unionville, Vernon, W. Hartford, Wethersfield, Windsor, Windsor Locks.


QUICK FACTS

Union carpenters across New England:   22,000

Union contractors across New England:  1,300

Local union halls across New England:   27

Number of carpenters currently being trained in New England:
1,000 apprentices and thousands participating in journey-level upgrade training

Annual dollars spent on training programs in New England:
More than $8 million at training centers throughout all six New England states.