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When we put local, experienced construction professionals to work and pay them fairly, we get higher-quality projects, a stronger middle class and vibrant local economies.

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  • "My job for the Marines is construction, and the Helmets to Hardhats programs give me the opportunity to advance my skills doing work I can be proud of for the citizens I serve. The common construction wage supports training programs which have helped me find work and make a good living." Tj Trinosky, Marine Reservist and Helmets to Hardhats 3rd Year Apprentice
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  • "The common construction wage provides good paying jobs in my district of the state. In turn, money spent by workers earning the common construction wage generates sales revenue locally and provides sales tax to the state’s general fund."Indiana State Representative Lloyd Arnold (R, District 74)
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  • "The prevailing wage, also known as common construction wage, supports skilled workers that build quality, safe schools for our children.  These schools are often built on time and within budget, making them not only a benefit for Hoosier children but a good investment for taxpayers."Daniel Tanoos, Superintendent, Vigo County School Corporation
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  • "Taxpayers will not save money by eliminating prevailing wage, no matter what they tell you the real story is bigger than that."
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The Faces of Prevailing Wages


  • TJ Trinosky, Marine Reservist and Helmets to Hardhats 3rd Year Apprentice
  • Anthony Beets, Job Corps Participant and 7 Year Carpenter (read more)

Contractors and Other Businesses

  • Douglas P. Harrison, Gibson-Lewis, Carmel, IN (Click here to read letter)
  • Barbara Kidwell, American Floor Covering, Inc., Avon, IN (Click here to read letter)
  • Adam Frye, The Spieker Company, Perrysburg, OH (Click here to read more)
  • John Dortch, FWBCC, Fort Wayne, IN (Click here to read more)
  • Steven G. Habben, ABC of Lafayette, Inc., Lafayette, IN (Click here to read more)
  • Steven G. Habben, Kettelhut Construction, Lafayette, IN (Click here to read more)


  • Mayor James E. Snyder, City of Portage, IN (Click here to read letter)
  • IN State Rep. Mike Karickhoff (R, District 30) (read more
  • IN Mayors Support CCW (read more