The International Union of Painters and Allied Trades is aligning all efforts to grow our union in the Lone Star State, and May was good month for our training programs.
First, the IUPAT District Council 88 Training Center opened its expanded facilities in Houston to great fanfare. With a focus on industrial painting training to meet the workforce needs in the area, IUPAT international leaders gathered with local members to celebrate the new facilities.
However, the festivities didn’t stop the training and the work at hand to grow the IUPAT.
DC 88/LU 1778 glaziers in Houston, Texas with Spring Glass on the in the final stages of the completion of the $154 million Grand Oaks High School. The school, which expects to enroll over 3,000 students, has a design that replicates higher education facilities throughout the world. Pictured from L to R are: Joel Suarez, DC 88 Representative Cody Colinger, Israel Pankow, Ray Gutierrez,Terry Parish, Jonathan Sanders, Rudy Ortiz & George Rodriguez.
BONUS: First LMCI Estimating Essentials class for District Council 88 where our instructor teaching some of the skills required to successfully bid on projects.