The Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council (BCTC) was established in 1913, providing over 100 years of skilled union craftsmanship to the greater Cleveland era. The Cleveland BCTC is headed by Executive Secretary David J. Wondolowski and eight Executive Board members, along with its 31 affiliated Local Unions and District Councils.
The affiliated unions of the Cleveland BCTC represent over 10,000 highly-skilled employees trained at some of the most state-of-the-art training facilities in the country. The Cleveland BCTC is committed to maintaining the integrity of a strong union between labor and management working together to promote the interests of organized labor and its employees.
The Cleveland BCTC has a long history of strong leadership, negotiating skills and a powerful political voice that is taken to the bargaining table to provide the construction industry with solid representation and labor agreements that not only preserve Davis-Bacon prevailing wage, but the conditions that our members deserve.