We are the Painting & Finishing Employers Association of New England (PFEANE) and the Glass Employers Association of New England (GEANE). We created this site to benefit and promote union painting, finishing, and glass contractors in New England. This site is intended, not only for our members, but everyone that is interested in the construction industry.
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The Painters and Allied Trades District Council #35 are one of the most progressive union trades in terms of the Apprenticeship Application process, because they accept applications online.
The following are basic requirements needed to be eligible for apprenticeship:
– Must be 18 years of age or older.
– Must have a high school diploma, G.E.D. certificate, or a Job Corp completion.
– Valid Drivers License.
– Must be an American citizen of lawfully permitted to work in the United States.
– Must be physically able to perform work of the trade.
– Complete a favorable interview with an assigned DC #35 interviewer.
– Attend and successfully complete Apprentice Information Session.
– Pass a drug screening.
To apply click the link below!
TJ McCartney & DC 35 Apprentices Honored for their Volunteer Efforts
November 30, 2018
[video width="854" height="480" mp4="https://www.paintandglass.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Boston-Harbor-Now-Gala-1.mp4"][/video] Boston, MA - At an awards gala hosted by Boston Harbor Now, contractor T.J. McCartney, Inc. and members from the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades DC 35 were recognized for their long-standing commitment to renovate and revive facilities on the Boston Harbor Islands. TJ McCartney, with the help of
Labor Management Partnership Donates to Holocaust Memorial
November 15, 2018
The Painting and Glass Employers' Association of New England and the Painters and Allied Trades DC #35, who together, helped build the New England Holocaust Memorial, presented a $10,000 donation to support further upkeep and maintenance of the memorial. Boston Mayor Martin Walsh was on hand to accept the donation with Jewish Community Relations Council