New TAUC-NMAPC W.O.R.K. Tool matches owners with contractors
The Association of Union Constructors (TAUC) and the National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee (NMAPC) have teamed up to offer TAUC members and NMA signatory contractors a new way to find additional work.
The new "Work Opportunity Reference Key," or W.O.R.K. Tool, lets members of the owner community search a sophisticated, highly detailed database to find qualified signatory contractors for their specific maintenance and construction needs across the United States.
This upgrade to the TAUC and NMAPC websites allows owners to search for NMA contractors and TAUC members by contractor type; type of work performed; states where the contractors work; women/minority status; certifications; OSHA safety information and several other demographic categories. Once the search results are delivered, the owner simply clicks on an individual company for a thorough description of the organization's capabilities as well as complete contact information - physical address, phone, fax and e-mail. Owners can also view a list of all TAUC members arranged alphabetically.
TAUC and NMAPC are confident that the W.O.R.K. Tool will greatly assist owners in finding the highest quality contractors to perform work on and in their facilities. In addition, it will give signatory contractors a powerful, cost-free way to increase their profile among potential customers.
To get started, simply log on to http://www.tauc.org/work/ today. Owners: just type in your TAUC or NMAPC username and password to begin using the search tool immediately. Contractors: log in with your username and password to update or edit your company's profile and contact information.
May 27, 2010