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The Indiana, Illinois, Iowa
Foundation for Fair
Contracting (III FFC)
is a labor-management organization, funded solely through participating contractors, established to support, promote and encourage fair contracting. We provide a "level playing field" in the public construction arena for both contractors and workers.
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The Indiana, Illinois, Iowa
Foundation for Fair
Contracting (III FFC)
is a labor-management organization, funded solely through participating contractors, established to support, promote and encourage fair contracting. We provide a "level playing field" in the public construction arena for both contractors and workers.
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The Indiana, Illinois, Iowa
Foundation for Fair
Contracting (III FFC)
is a labor-management organization, funded solely through participating contractors, established to support, promote and encourage fair contracting. We provide a "level playing field" in the public construction arena for both contractors and workers.
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IRIDE: A Smart, Reliable
Policy to Fund
Transportation Infrastructure
Illinois’ transportation infrastructure has reached a fork in the road.

The state can continue down the path of unsustainable funding with deteriorating roads, bridges, and commuter rail OR it can be a global leader in smart, comprehensive infrastructure investment that drives economic growth.
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Watch this video showcasing the work Local 150 is doing with the Lawndale Christian Legal Center to provide employment opportunities for youth in North Lawndale.

on Wednesday, 04 November 2015. Posted in 2015 Breaking News

Watch this video showcasing the work Local 150 is doing with the Lawndale Christian Legal Center to provide employment opportunities for youth in North Lawndale.

Currently, one in every nine bridges is structurally decifient. Click on the link below to locate the crumbling infrastructure in your area.

on Wednesday, 04 November 2015. Posted in 2015 Breaking News

Currently, one in every nine bridges is structurally decifient. Click on the link below to locate the crumbling infrastructure in your area.