BAC President Tim Driscoll Visits Local Training Centers
On August 5th, BAC President Tim Driscoll visited Local 1 Connecticut training center and met with apprentices, training coordinators, instructors, and officers.
“Apprentices are the lifeblood of our Union and the industry,” BAC President Driscoll said. “For decades, BAC has been focusing on the value of developing a skilled workforce for tomorrow through its quality training programs.”
Steve Carney, Apprentice Coordinator of Local 1 CT, said, “Our staff and students at the training facility were excited and grateful for the visit of President Driscoll. It’s a wonderful morale booster for us all.”
President Driscoll also visited BAC Local 4 New Jersey’s union hall and the Administrative District Council of New Jersey’s training facility on August 24th in Fairfield, NJ, where he met with apprentices, training coordinators, instructors, and officers.
“On behalf of officers and staff of NJADC and staff of apprenticeship and training program, we thank President Driscoll for his visit and time. In addition to a tour of our training facility, union hall, and benefits fund offices, we had productive conversations discussing issues that matter the most to our members.” //
From left, Local 4 NJ Instructor Eric Doherty, BAC President Tim Driscoll, apprentices Wesam Shaabna, Marin Aguilera-Ramirez, Joseph Hnatko, and Chris Garcia, and Director of NJADC John Capo.