Michael Pleasant Re-Elected NMAPC President and Labor Co-Chair

Michael PleasantMichael Pleasant, Assistant General President of the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry of the United States and Canada (UA), has been re-elected President of the National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee, Inc. (NMAPC) and Labor Co-Chair of the NMAPC Labor-Management Committee.

NMAPC negotiates and administers the National Maintenance Agreements (NMA), a series of collective bargaining agreements utilized by more than 2,000 industrial contractor companies that employ members of fourteen building trades international unions. To date, the NMA Program has accounted for more than $370 billion of work and well over 2 billion work-hours for the building trades and contractors.

Mr. Pleasant, who has served as NMAPC President and Labor Co-Chair since 2012, was re-elected to a third two-year term by the Committee on June 1.

"I am honored that the NMAPC Labor-Management Committee has once again placed its trust in me, and I look forward to continue leading our organization," Pleasant said. "Our primary goal remains unchanged: to ensure that the NMA Program delivers the highest quality service to the entire tripartite community comprised of labor, contractors and owner-clients. When the NMA Program succeeds, the entire industrial construction and maintenance industry succeeds."

June 07, 2016