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CTA, ACE host Trades Day for CPS Students

CTA helps provide a path for CPS high school students to pursue architecture-, construction- and engineering-related careers as part of RPM Phase One Project.

CTA’s Red and Purple Modernization Project (RPM), Walsh-Fluor Assist Small Businesses During COVID-19 Pandemic

CTA and Walsh-Fluor helped 10 small businesses working on the RPM project to secure $3.4 million in federal funds.

CTA Red and Purple Modernization (RPM) Project Team, Walsh-Fluor Kick Off First RPM Construction Careers Networking Fair

CTA and Walsh-Fluor are hosting its first workforce networking event for individuals interseted in construction careers that culd lead to work on CTA's RPM Phase One project.

City of Chicago Construction Summit 2018

The Department of Procurement Services is hosting its 6th annual Construction Summit 2018. This is a great contract and networking opportunity for prime contractors, sub-contractors, and construction-related business owners.

Construction Program Skilled Trades: CORE and Carpentry Level

Project H.O.O.D. (PH) is partnering with the Illinois Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC-IL) and Preservation of Affordable Housing's Woodlawn Resource Center (POAH) to enroll and train up to 20 young men and women, between the ages of 18-24, in pre-apprenticeship training.

Construction Program Skilled Trades: CORE and Carpentry Level

Project H.O.O.D. (PH) is partnering with the Illinois Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC-IL) and Preservation of Affordable Housing's Woodlawn Resource Center (POAH) to enroll and train up to 20 young men and women, between the ages of 18-24, in pre-apprenticeship training.

HACIA SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION OPENS ENROLLMENT FOR FREE CONTRACTOR TRAINING PROGRAM FOR INDIVIDUALS IN CONTRACT AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES.

The Hispanic American Construction Industry Association (HACIA) Scholarship Foundation in conjunction with the Institute for Workforce Education at St. Augustine College announced at a Press Conference on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 the beginning of a 6-month free Contractor Training Program. The Program aims to instruct 200 small business contractors throughout the Chicagoland area and provide career advancement to minority individuals working in the construction and contracting industries.