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As a national alliance of signatory wall and ceiling contractors, we’re committed to protecting and growing our industry. Our collective strength as highly trained and experienced contractors continues to grow as we add partners. Together, we’re sharing knowledge, solving problems and increasing opportunity for our members.

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Congress Passes CARES Act Stimulus Bill

Today, Congress passed the Coronavirus Air, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), also referred to as the Coronavirus Phase 3 stimulus bill.  The CARES Act contains provisions designed to aid small businesses, including construction contractors, during the Coronavirus pandemic.  Following is a summary of key provisions that may assist construction contractors.

U.S. Department of Labor Guidance on Paid Leave under the FFCRA

Today the U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division issued a press release informing the public of all the Division’s recently issued guidance explaining paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA).

SWACCA Urges Federal Government to Recognize Construction Industry as Essential Workforce

On March 22, SWACCA joined with its fellow employer associations in the Construction Employers of America to submit a letter to the United States Congress advocating for a uniform construction exemption in any federal legislation addressing the COVID-19 crisis.  Specifically, the CEA urged that, “[a]ny federal legislation binding the states and local governments should require that all mandatory quarantine orders include an exemption for ‘essential infrastructure’ that would allow the construction industry to provide emergency and essential services.”  A copy of the CEA letter is available here.



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Strong local and regional associations are a critical part of our industry. SWACCA’s membership is organized through Regional Affiliate Chapters wherever possible. Qualified contractors can join SWACCA through existing Regional Affiliate Chapters. Qualified contractors in an area without a Regional Affiliate join SWACCA directly. Please complete the form below to discuss membership with a SWACCA representative.

If your inquiry pertains specifically to issues of public policy or labor relations, you can directly contact SWACCA's relevant subject-matter experts, listed below.

Public Policy:
Chris Granberg

Labor Relations:
John Nesse
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