Project Labor Agreements
ABC strongly opposes government-mandated project labor agreements on public construction projects
Anti-competitive project labor agreements (PLAs) are special interest schemes that end open, fair, and competitive bidding on public works projects. PLAs drive up the cost of construction by reducing competition and effectively excluding merit shop contractors and their skilled employees from building projects paid for by their own tax dollars.
ABCIL works tirelessly to explain to legislators and other bodies of government how PLAs hurt competition and cost the tax payers an excessive amount of money. PLAs are costly and discriminatory pre-hire construction agreements that effectively restrict merit shop contractors and their employees from bidding and working on construction projects.
IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS REGARDING PLAS, PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE; WE CAN HELP!
217-523-4692 OR 847-709-2960
You can also visit ABC National
for more information on PLAs.