COVID-19 Resources

The Death of George Floyd and the Protests Sweeping our State and Nation

The Oregon State Building & Construction Trades Council wants to send our heartfelt condolences to the family of George Floyd and to the communities of Minneapolis, Minnesota, Raeford, North Carolina, and Houston, Texas. Our Council is an umbrella organization comprised of 30 affiliate Local Building and Construction Trades Unions, representing tens of thousands of skilled […]


Oregon Tradeswomen is offering our Trades & Apprenticeship Career Class (TACC) in Redmond. TACC is a free, Bureau of Labor and Industries state-certified, pre-apprenticeship training program for self-identified women interested in pursuing a career in the construction trades.


Sadly we lost two Iron Workers due to a job site accident in Seattle, two civilians were lost as well. To assist the Brothers’ families during this tragedy we have set up a donation form.


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About Us

OSBCTC represents thousands of skilled workers in a wide array of building and construction crafts. These workers are an integral part of Oregon’s workforce, infrastructure, Oregon’s economy, and the regions future economic prosperity.

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Without a dime of public money, we have developed the best trained, most highly skilled construction workforce in the world, right here in Oregon. Learn how you can join.

Green Building

OSBCTC is proud to be a leader in sustainable building practices and among an elite group of trade workers with LEED certification training.

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