LIUNA AND LABORERS' LOCAL 663 STRONGLY SUPPORT HILLARY CLINTON IN THIS YEAR'S PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY.
VOTE FOR HILLARY MARCH 15TH.
Heavy Construction Laborers' Local Union 663 is a construction craft union, chartered in 1938 We are here to stay.
Most of our members work for building contractors, general engineering contractors and specialty subcontractors, but we also have members that are covered by site agreements (plants, quarries, factories, etc.).
Our members are recognized as professionals within the industry; LU 663 is thousands of members strong! We are your family, friends and neighbors. We understand that the working-class people of Western Missouri and Kansas are its foundation.
The most prominent benefit of being a member of Heavy Construction Laborers’ Local 663 is representation. Our representatives advocate for jobs, fair wages, health benefits, retirement benefits, safe work environment and working conditions, to name a few. However, representation entails much more than just job site and contractual issues.
The Laborers' Union is a fraternal organization, meaning that we are here to assist our brothers and sisters. Please look through the entire site to learn more about us and the benefits of being a member of Heavy Construction Laborers’ Local 663, and feel free to contact us if you are seeking representation.
About the Construction Labor Industry Construction laborers can be found on almost all construction sites performing a wide range of tasks from the very easy to the potentially hazardous. They can be found at building, highway and heavy construction sites; residential and commercial sites; tunnel and shaft excavations; and demolition sites. Many of the jobs they perform require physical strength, training and experience. Other jobs can be learned in a short amount of time. While most construction laborers specialize in a type of construction, such as highway or tunnel construction, some are generalists who perform many different tasks during all stages of construction. Construction laborers, who work in underground construction, such as in tunnels, or in demolition are more likely to specialize in only those areas.