Regional Tripartite Meetings
While the Annual National Tripartite Alliance Conference sets the direction for owner-contractor-labor cooperation, regional meetings allow participants to put those ideas into action. These meetings offer an opportunity for all locals across the United States to meet with the owners and contractors they work with most often to discuss future work and specific issues affecting the region. The Ohio Valley Tripartite Conference (now part of the Great Lakes Region) is the longest-running meeting of this kind, dating back to the 1980s. It is credited with being an early inspiration for the national tripartite initiative.
To learn more about a specific region’s meeting, please refer to the individual links below.