Aloha and Welcome!
The Hawaii Building and Construction Trades Council (HBCTC) was first chartered on October 1, 1958 and has served Hawaii for over 53 years.
Its’ membership is comprised of Hawaii’s various Construction Trade Unions. At the very core of its existence lies the primary mission and commitment to providing Hawaii’s working men and women with hope for a better tomorrow.
Pupukahi i holomua…Unite to move forward!
HBCTC remains actively involved in shaping the landscape of Hawaii economically, politically and socially in an effort to “Build A Better Tomorrow” for its members and for the community at large.
Through its participation politically on a local, state and federal level, HBCTC strives to support government policy that helps strengthen the construction industry and provide a fair and equitable wage for the many hard working men and women of the trades.
HBCTC lends its support to developers and land owners in an effort to promote smart growth techniques and practices that support growth while being sensitive towards the need to manage and maintain our valuable natural resources.
HBCTC through its members Apprenticeship and Workforce Development programs ensures that there are sufficient levels of highly trained and skilled tradesmen to accommodate the ebbs and flows of the construction industry in Hawaii.
HBCTC is very proud of the work that it has done over the years and the role it has played in making Hawaii the special place that it is. We thank those that have supported our efforts through the years and look forward to what lay ahead with much optimism and enthusiasm.