Yes, There Was a Denver International Airport “Fair” Project Labor Agreement: Get a Copy Here, Today

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Since the “Boston Harbor” U.S. Supreme Court decision in 1993 that upheld the right of a government entity as a “market participant” to require contractors to sign a Project Labor Agreement as a condition of work, rumors have circulated about a “Fair” Project Labor Agreement implemented for the construction of Denver International Airport in the early 1990s.

Many people have requested a copy of this agreement from me over the past 18½ years in order to advance it as a credible alternative to the boilerplate Project Labor Agreement standard model pushed by the Washington, D.C. headquarters of the Building and Construction Trades Department, AFL-CIO. Now you can get a copy here, off the web.

Here is the “Project Agreement of Fair Employment and Work Stabilization for New Denver Airport,” implemented in 1989.

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