Turbine ContractParties: LIUNA, individual employer, International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing Iron Workers, International Union of Operating Engineers and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. Effective Date: July 7, 2005 Safety and productivity are guiding principles for both the IUOE and the Pipeline Counterctors Association (PLCA), established in 1948 as a means for various pipeline contractors to promote safe and efficient pipeline construction practices, negotiate employment contracts, and resolve problems that often arise in the sector. National Pipeline AgreementParts: Laborers` International Union and the Pipeline Association. Scope: Applicable to all main transport and land cable works in the United States The agreement includes the construction, installation, dual connection, rebeveling, treatment, insulation, overhaul, examination, commissioning, transmission or transfer of gas pipelines or pipeline segments or segments thereof, coal, gas, oil, water or other materials, vapours or liquids, including parts of such pipelines within the boundaries of private land, to the first measuring or connecting station. Effective Date: June 5, 2017 – 31. The service contract sector covers a broad sector of service functions performed by contractors for the federal government. The construction, manufacture or supply of goods is excluded. The Employment Contracts Act provides for the setting of rates of pay and ancillary benefits in force locally. In 1972, LIUNA succeeded in amending the SCA so that conventional wages and ancillary benefits were also recognized as contractual. Effective date: three to five years – 90 per cent of contracts have a validity date of October 1, which coincides with the federal government`s fiscal year. National Construction Agreement (Brown Book) Parties: Laborers` International Union and individual employers.
Volume: All construction, demolition, construction of installations, installations or ancillary installations and other construction work. . . .