National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee
The National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee, Inc. (NMAPC) approved a set of revisions to the Agreements and supporting materials that went into effect on January 1, 2012. This marks the first time the Agreements have been revised since 1996. The NMAPC hopes that these revisions will not only provide our contractors and crafts with the necessary tools to remain competitive in the industrial construction, maintenance, repair, replacement, renovation, and modernization industry, but will also foster additional work opportunities by providing our current and future clients with a cost-effective and value-added source for labor-management cooperation, safety, productivity and quality.
The Washington, DC office of North America's Building Trades Unions (NABTU) provides essential coordination and support to the work of its affiliated national and international unions so that, through inter-trade solidarity, organized construction workers achieve a powerful voice in government, in bargaining, and their communities. For nearly a century, we have worked to secure the trade jurisdiction and autonomy of its affiliates as the respected arbiter of trade issues and through that work has contributed to the continuity of employment and economic security of organized construction workers in the United States and Canada.