C. Erickson and Sons Helps Add Jefferson to Philadelphia’s Skyline

C. Erickson & Sons, Inc. is fitting out Jefferson University Hospital’s new corporate offices at 1101 Market Street. Recently, Jefferson put up its sign, making its mark in Philadelphia’s skyline.

2019-10-29T21:57:25-05:00October 27th, 2019|Categories: Hard Hat Chat, Industry News|Tags: , , |

CCT Network Meets Local 158

Carpenter Contractor Trust (CCT Network) recently spotlighted Keystone + Mountain + Lakes Regional Council of Carpenters Philadelphia Local 158. The video features scenes from Penn Medicine's Pavilion project, the Charles

Project BUILD and CARP Build Up Philadelphia Workforce

The Youth Outreach Adolescent Community Awareness Program's (YOACAP) Project BUILD program recently created a short video featuring Anthony Hayman. Through Project BUILD, Anthony also completed the Carpenters’ Apprentice Ready Program

Construction Technology Spotlight Videos

At the 2018 Construction Technology Expo, hosted by the General Building Contractors Association, the Architectural Glass & Metal Association (AGMA), Employing Bricklayers Association (EBA), the Mechanical & Service Contractors Association

2019 Safety Awards Reception on CCT Network

Carpenter Contractor Trust (CCT) was at the GBCA Safety Awards Reception on June 26, 2019 and created a short video. Featured in the video: Christina Pasquariello, Assistant Project Manager, P.

Filming at GBCA

In 2019, GBCA is producing several video projects that will showcase our members’ value to Philadelphia’s commercial construction industry. On Wednesday, February 13, we filmed several interviews with our members

CCT Camp Out for Hunger Video

Carpenter Contractor Trust produced a short video about Camp Out for Hunger! Check out the contributions from GBCA and Keystone Mountain Lakes Regional Council of Carpenters to Preston & Steve’s

Trimble Works to Bring BIM Out of the Office and Into the Field

PHOTO BY JEFF RUBENSTONE/ENRFrom Engineering News Record:Coming off of big-ticket purchases of construction software firms eBuilder and Viewpoint earlier this year, Trimble has rolled out a broader vision of how