Meberg elected to BTEA executive position

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New York—David Meberg, president and CEO of Consolidated Carpet, was recently elected to the executive committee of the Board of Governors of the Building Trades Employers Association of New York (BTEA). Meberg has served on the Board of Governors for the past six years. He also sits on The Sub-Contractor Roundtable for the association.

The BTEA’s membership is comprised of over 25 trade associations who represent 1,700 construction managers, general contractors and specialty subcontracting firms who employ over 120,000 skilled construction trade workers in the New York City metropolitan marketplace. The association advocates for the construction industry in both the public and private sectors through legislative initiatives, health and safety training and both public and labor relations.

“The BTEA is the focal point for improving the working conditions and environment for both contractors and their employees in this complicated marketplace called New York,” Meberg said. “I am proud to be elected to this post during what is a critical time for our industry.”

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