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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Want to Work for Our Contractors?
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!
OSHA 30 Training – Friday & Saturday (March 9, 10, & 23, 24)
March 23 @ 7:30 am
Project Communication w/ Kevin Dougherty
March 28 @ 7:30 am
Field Based Project Management
March 28 @ 12:00 pm
Joint Trade Board Meeting
April 3 @ 10:00 am
Focus Four Training
April 4 @ 4:00 pm
MA Statewide Contracting Opportunities Still Available!
August 14, 2017
The Massachusetts Operational Service Division (OSD) has asked BTEA again to promote the 3 Tradespersons Statewide Contracts. They want to identify union contractors available to bid on some small to mid-size state contracts for trade services required by state facilities. Interested in this opportunity? If you are, please read over the flyer below! (more…)
Union Apprenticeship Open Enrollment
July 31, 2017
Dear Members and Job Seekers, As you may know, each month brings new opportunities to apply for apprenticeships with different union building trades. Each of the 12 trades has its own timeline and procedure for apprenticeship applications. The following trade(s) will be accepting applications for apprenticeship training: WOMEN AND PEOPLE OF COLOR ARE ENCOURAGED