TAUC has partnered with New Construction Strategies to provide insightful interviews with industry professionals on the topics that matter most to contractors. New Construction Strategies brings together the leading thinkers in construction to discuss the critical issues facing our industry. By looking at issues from a 360° perspective everyone has a better chance of understanding the issues, which is the first step to solving them.
To view the latest interviews that Ted Garrison of New Construction Strategies has conducted on behalf of TAUC please click on the links below.
Edwin Hill, International President, IBEW
Edwin Hill was appointed International President of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, AFL-CIO, and later elected President at the IBEW’s 36th International Convention, held in San Francisco, California, in September 2001 and re-elected at the 37th International Convention held in Cleveland, Ohio, in September of 2006. Mr. Hill assumed this position after serving the IBEW for over three and one half years as both International Secretary and International Secretary-Treasurer.
To listen to President Hill’s interview please click here
Mark Breslin, President, Breslin Strategies
Mr. Breslin, of Breslin Strategies, Inc. is the author of Organize or Die, published in 2003 (in fourth printing, McAlly Press International) and his Survival of the Fittest attitudes and productivity curriculum (McAlly Press) was published in 2005. Known for his blunt and uncompromising style, Mark has made presentations on labor-management relations to over 100,000 labor, management and rank and file union members across the US and Canada.
To listen to Mr. Breslin’s interview please click here
Stephen Lindauer, CEO TAUC
Stepehen Lindauer is the Chief Executive Officer of TAUC – The Association of Union Constructors and Impartial Secretary/CEO of the National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee, Inc. (NMAPC) with offices located in Arlington, Virginia. He has been actively involved in the construction industry for over 27 years.