Members and all Essential Workers,

The Eastern Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters wants to take a moment to thank all of the brave men and women who are representing the best of humanity during these unprecedented times.

Thank you to the Healthcare Workers, First Responders, Grocery Store employees and of course to our members of the Carpenters Union who are all on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic completing the essential work that is needed.

The Carpenters Union thanks you and is committed to helping reopen our economy safely and building better communities.

With the COVID-19 pandemic a continued reality in our country, job site safety is more important than ever. Click HERE to learn more about how you can keep yourself and your fellow members safe on the job site.

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Essential Workers

Local 255 Melvin Thomas

“It is extremely important that we protect ourselves, ensuring the safety of others, while we work to build the needs of our community. Even before COVID-19, we work in hazardous environments with dangerous tools and around harmful chemicals.”

Local 253 Tommy Grossi

“I completed the Preparedness course for the COVID-19 training because I felt someone needed to be ready to secure the safety of my fellow union Brothers & Sisters.”

Local 252 Alex Bezy

“Happy to be working during this unprecedented time and am able to help our awesome healthcare workers in any way we can.”

Local 158 Brett Carnahan and John Headman

“We got 60 patient rooms ready in 10 calendar days for PennFirst. These 2 guys were swinging 8’10 x 4′.”

Local 423 Logan Brett & Frank Weaver

“Thankful for still having the opportunity to work!”

Local 253 Mike Kobu

“We’re continuing to work as safe as we possibly can, follow safety precautions to the best of our ability and stay 6 feet apart.”