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Welcome to the May issue of the Fast Four. This month’s construction industry brief offers important information about New York State’s building trades and moving the construction industry forward.

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NEW MWBE CONTRACTOR DIRECTORY


BTEA New York launches a NEW MWBE Contractor Directory in the association’s continued efforts to support members that are New York Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises. BTEA New York has over 150 MWBE members, the largest amount of any contractor association in New York State.


Please send updates to company information to lvega@bteany.com.

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2022 CONSTRUCTION POWER 100


BTEA New York President and CEO, Louis J. Coletti is number 8 on the City and State’s Construction Power 100. Coletti is recognized for playing a crucial part in building back New York better. He raised the profile of the challenges facing the construction industry during the COVID-19 pandemic and for being the “go-to advocate” calling for policy changes to the construction procurement processes to revitalize New York businesses.  

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BTEA NEW YORK APPOINTED TO THE NYC PROCUREMENT PROCESS TASK FORCE


New York City Capital Process Task Force appoints BTEA New York President and CEO, Louis J. Coletti as co-chair to streamline the contract process. The Task Force aims to improve the city’s contracting process and keep projects moving forward through the city’s approval process.   

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BTEA NEW YORK HOLD IN-PERSON SAFETY AWARDS CEREMONY


On April 27, BTEA New York hosted its in-person Safety Awards ceremony, presenting one of the industry’s most coveted awards. Over 100 people were in attendance to celebrate the industry’s top safety performers. Congratulations to the 2022 honorees–your recognition is well-deserved!

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Building Trades Employers Association of New York (BTEA New York) is the construction contractor's unified advocate for construction safety standards, professional development, government affairs, public relations and fostering communication between public officials, public and private owners, labor and the general public. Realizing that a construction industry is essential to the vibrant future of New York City, its activities are dedicated to a building environment meeting the highest of environmental standards, integrity, cost efficiency, productivity and value that contributes to improving the quality of life in New York City. BTEA New York represents 26 Construction Manager, General Contractor, Subcontractor and Specialty Trade contractor associations with over 1,200 individual contractor members.



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