Washington State Building and Construction Trades Council at their 61stAnnual Convention gave the Millennium Bulk Terminals-Longview (MBT-Longview) project their unanimous support when members voted in favour of a resolution submitted by the Longview/Kelso Building and Construction Trades Council.
MBTL President and CEO Bill Chapman said: “Millennium appreciates the Washington Building Trades’ continuous support and are honoured that their membership reasserted their commitment to our project. The hard work and dedication of the Washington Building Trades is helping advance the growth of our region and state, especially where unemployment is still high in Southwest Washington. We look forward to having the men and women of labor unions on our job site soon.”
“Longview is a working-class town built on the natural resources industry with a deep-water port on the Columbia River,” said Mike Bridges, President, Longview/Kelso Building Trades, IBEW Local 48. “Millennium is a transformational project. They will breathe new life into our historically industrial community – and they have already taken considerable steps to prove they deserve our support.”
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