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TAUC Welcomes Two New Governing Members

TAUC is pleased to welcome two new Governing Members to our organization: Hayden Wrecking Corporation and Sachs Electric.

Hayden Wrecking describes itself as "a full-service demolition, dismantling, and asset recovery company with the people, equipment and expertise to tackle every type of project including the most complex and demanding in an expedient, safe and cost-effective manner with the highest quality results. We are headquartered in the metropolitan St. Louis, Missouri area and have completed projects for customers throughout the continental US for over 60 years." You can find out more at www.haydenwrecking.com

Sachs Electric is also based in the St. Louis area. "Besides being the number one electrical contractor in St. Louis, we offer our customers a wide array of Value Added Services that are in addition to the services Sachs is best known for," the company said. "Through partnerships with the trades, construction managers/consulting engineers and owners, we assist in the development of budgets, scope of work, and specification reviews to assure project constructability on time and within budget." Find out more at www.sachsco.com/.

TAUC is very proud of those members who choose to take on a more involved role as Governing Members. They understand and accept the responsibility that must be undertaken to ensure that union construction's market share increases in the industry. They also give of their time and energy to head the association's committees, task forces, and other impromptu subcommittees developed based on the needs of our membership. Governing Members are assigned to special trade related groups based on the nature of their work. These special trade related groups meet annually to address their unique needs and submit an annual report to the Board of Directors.

TAUC congratulates both Hayden Wrecking and Sachs Electric on their decision to become Governing Members and make a difference in the union construction industry!

11/05/2014