#24 proudly represents some of the most highly trained and hardest
working men and women in the Nutmeg State. We strive to make a positive
difference not only in the lives of our members but also in the
communities where we reside and work. We are a 100% voluntary union that believes a living wage & good working conditions benefit everyone by strengthening the middle class which, in turns, helps to keep our local and national economies prosperous.
Rain or Shine
Join the Connecticut AFL-CIO and the Health and Safety Committee to honor the men and women who were killed or injured on the job. Following the ceremony at the State Capitol, wreaths will be laid at the Workers Memorial in Hartford's Bushnell Park.
For more information about the Workers Memorial 2013 please contact
The Connecticut AFL-CIO 860-571-6191
New! Artisan's Page! Local 24 is proud to announce the addition of a web page that showcases the talents of our Brothers and Sisters. Please Click Here to view the art and craft work of our members. This page is OPEN to ALL Members and we hope you will consider submitting photographs of your own works.
From the NERCC Blog: Raids Flush Out More Crooked Contractors in Connecticut
class people are currently facing tough economic times, even more so in
the construction industry which has been the backbone of the American
trying times, Representatives and Officers of the Carpenters Union are
working hard campaigning to be a positive force for economic change in
America and we need your help. As a union member, you have a voice and
the ability to make a difference in your trade as well in your local
a union member not only enables you to make a decent wage and provide
important benefits for yourself and your family, such as medical care
and a comfortable retirement, but it also ensures your human right to work with dignity and respect.
Representatives of the Carpenters Union are trained to represent you
and protect your rights, your health and your safety on the job.
Carpenters Union encourages all members to be masters of their crafts.
As such, all of our valued members are able to consistently renew and
enhance their skills through the apprentice training program and journeyman upgrading classes.
We encourage you to get involved with your local union, attend
meetings and get to know your union representatives, so that you can
play an active role in moving our country forward.
Apprentices learn how to take up and install new flooring.
Connecticut Carpenters Local 24 encompasses much of Southeastern, Central, and Western Connecticut. Click Here to see our complete listing of towns. Connecticut Carpenters Local 24 Union Halls are conveniently located in Yalesville and New London, CT. Please feel free to Contact Us at any time.
The United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America was formed in August of 1881 by carpenters from eleven U.S. cities. For information about its history, go to The United Brotherhood of Carpenters website.