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IUPAT DC11

The Organized Painters and Glazers of Connecticut The International Union of Painter's and Allied Trades District Council 11 considers itself a vital and flourishing labor organization. We represent over 1,600 members in Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Our members include painters, drywall finishers, glaziers, wall coverers, and various industrial trades.

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The Finishing Trades Mission in Connecticut

Welcome to our site! The International Union of Painter's and Allied Trades District Council 11 considers itself a vital and flourishing labor organization, which represents over 1,600 members in Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Our members include painters, drywall finishers, glaziers, wall coverers, and various industrials. Please contact us with your questions!

Around the District

  • 2015 STAR Banquet Chevy Equinox winner!

    Each year at our annual STAR Banquet we have the pleasure of raffling off 350+ prizes, as well as a brand new car to our District Council 11 members who qualified by taking the proper training courses.

    We are pleased to announce the winner of this years brand new 2016 Chevy Equinox is local 1274 member Crevaughn Poole! Congratulations!

    Please do not forget to register for (2) STAR Training classes before the end of 2016 to qualify for your chance to win a brand new car at next years STAR Banquet. To register for any of our STAR training courses before the end of the year call our training center at (860) 613-0700 or register online now. You may just be the next lucky winner! 

  • Finishing Trades Institute

  • District Council 11 Headquarters New Address!

    The District Council 11 Headquarters has moved!!

    Visit your new DC11 Headquarters located at:

    79 Bradley Street Middletown, CT
    Phone: (860) 613-0200 Fax: (860) 613-0208

  • Signing Up

    DC 11 Business Representative Justin Kelley signs new painting contractor, JM Painting, to DC 11's collective bargaining agreement, alongside JM principles Jose Marcano and Tomas Avila.

  • A Smooth Transition

    The IUPAT DC 11 RI Team gathers together to say goodbye to Scott Duhamel, who is leaving to fill a position with the International as Political Director of the Eastern Region, and good luck to Justin Kelley, who has taken the position of Business Representative for Local 195. Pictured (from left to right): Norbert Oliveira, Ellen McAuliffe, Scott Duhamel, and Justin Kelley.

  • DC 11 Solidarity

    DC 11 Business Representative Scott Duhamel presents the First Annual Thomas J Savoie Solidairty Forever Award to Carpenter's Local 94 Brother Tom Savoie's widow Sandy Savoie at the 19th Anniversary RI Jobs Annual Awards Dinner.  

  • For Our Vets

    The Bristol Veterans Home in Bristol, RI is about to embark on a PLA project worth approximately $90 million.They asked if the RI Buiding Trades could help renovate a recreation room, and so far IUPAT signatory contractors Custom Drywall and Colorscapes have gladly given thier time and efforts for the cause. On top of that our DC 11 Industrial Apprentices recently volunteered thier time to complete the project. Pictured (from left to right on the top row) are Bill Reynolds, Warren Sandford, Robert Dutra, Agnelo Varella, Billy Chea, and Instructor Bill Glover (bottom row) Nick Henault and Maximo DeCaba.

  • MLK CELEBRATION

    IUPAT in the house at the AFL-CIO Martin Luther KIng Civil and Human Rights Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Clockwise from top: Larry Thomas, DC 11 Business Representative Scott Duhamel, Eric Howard, and Gary Showers.

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