Q&A: Matt Chartrand, Business Agent for Ironworkers Local 361

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Q&A: Matt Chartrand, Business Agent for Ironworkers Local 361

Matthew Chartrand is business manager/financial secretary-treasurer of Ironworkers Local 361. After attending Nassau Community College, Chartrand began working as a Local 361 apprentice in 1993, graduating to journeyman in 1996. As a journeyman Ironworker, he worked all phases of iron work, including bolting up, raising gang, shop steward, and foreman. Chartrand was appointed business agent/vice … Continued

Q&A With Jack Falcone, Vice President of Stonebridge Steel Erection

There is no question that Covid-19 has impacted virtually all industries, and construction is among those impacted most. Faced with possible material shortages and labor inefficiency, companies and governments have been forced to examine the economic feasibility of moving forward with current projects. But on those jobs involving a seasoned contractor employing highly skilled and … Continued

Featured Project: One Vanderbilt

Visually aggressive and environmentally progressive, the new office tower overlooking Grand Central Terminal—a model of sustainable transit-oriented development, constructed under budget and ahead of schedule—looks beyond the COVID era to a day when East Midtown will thrum and thrive again. Written by Bill Millard The views from high floors at One Vanderbilt, the 77-story Kohn … Continued

Q&A with Michael Haber, Managing Partner of W&W Glass: Building One Vanderbilt During a Pandemic

Continuing a series of articles about the performance of Institute contributing employers under pandemic conditions, Metals in Construction speaks with W&W Glass LLC managing partner Michael Haber. W&W Projects are often categorized as essential construction, but while the One Vanderbilt project discussed here didn’t strictly meet State Covid-19 guidelines for this designation, the Governor recognized … Continued