Sources: National Labor Relations Board Region Four, Philadelphia; CP staff
By Don Marsh
NLRB Regional Director Dorothy Moore-Duncan has ordered Richard E. Pierson Materials Corp. in Williamstown, N.J., to honor a Teamsters Local 331 petition for an election to represent approximately 12 drivers at a Pleasantville, N.J., ready mixed plant. Serving the Atlantic City market, the operation is 25 miles from the nearest sister plant; its mixer drivers and those of three other Pierson Materials concrete operations in southern New Jersey are represented by Teamsters Local 676. The Pleasantville plant and certain Pierson Materials sites were formerly part of Vineland Transit Mix, which had separate agreements with Locals 331 and 676.
Sources: Portland Cement Association, Skokie, Ill.; CP staff
A two-week print and online PCA ad campaign, themed “What Are the Real Costs” and targeted to political and policy opinion leaders in Washington, D.C., aims to elevate cradle-to-grave project cost factors in transportation and infrastructure funding. The ads appear through July 1 in Rollcall and CQ Daily print editions and in Rollcall, National Journal and Engineering News-Record online, directing readers and site visitors to Whataretherealcosts.org.
Source: National Labor Relations Board; CP staff A Notice of Proposed Rulemaking outlines amendments to existing NLRB rules and regulations governing procedures in representation cases. If adopted after a public notice-and-comment process, Board Members contend, the changes would: Allow for electronic filing of election petitions and other documents. Ensure that employees, employers and unions receive and exchange timely information to…
Source: Masonry Veneer Manufacturers Association, New York
Taking five gold awards, Veneerstone led the 2011 Masonry Veneer Manufacturers Association Design Awards competition, results from which were announced June 14 at the association’s annual meeting in Anaheim, Calif. Three judges from the American Institute of Building Design, including Executive Director Steve Mickey, served as the judges for the contest. There were 27 winners (gold, silver and bronze) selected from the 57 entries. Submissions for the contest were received from February through June of this year.