The Construction Industry Program provides training and education programs as well as research and technical assistance to building and construction trades unionists throughout North America. The focus is on internal membership education and mobilization, external organizing, and strategies to build union market share. Programs have reached over 300,000 construction unionists in the last twenty years.

The Construction Industry Program is now part of The Worker Institute.

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Articles & Chapters from 2010

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Psychosocial Capacity Building in New York: Building Resiliency with Construction Workers Assigned to Ground Zero after 9/11, Joshua Miller, Jeffrey Grabelsky, and K. C. Wagner

Articles & Chapters from 2007

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Construction or De-construction? The Road to Revival in the Building Trades, Jeffrey Grabelsky

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Serving the Public Interest: Preventing Double-Breasting in the Construction Industry, Jeffrey Grabelsky

Articles & Chapters from 2005

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Standing at a Crossroads: The Building Trades in the Twenty-First Century, Mark Erlich and Jeffrey Grabelsky

Articles & Chapters from 2004

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Building and Construction Trades Unions: Are They Built to Win?, Jeff Grabelsky

Articles & Chapters from 1998

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Construction Organizing: A Case Study of Success, Brian Condit, Tom Davis, Jeffrey Grabelsky, and Fred Kotler

Articles & Chapters from 1995

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Lighting the Spark: COMET Program Mobilizes the Ranks for Construction Organizing, Jeffrey Grabelsky

Articles & Chapters from 1993

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Steward Training in the Construction Industry: The United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America Faces the Challenge, Jeffrey Grabelsky

Articles & Chapters from 1988

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Bottom-Up Organizing in the Trades: An Interview with Mike Lucas, IBEW Director of Organizing, Jeff Grabelsky