We Build Strong Businesses
Our painting and finishing contractors drive our priorities – your success matters.
By uniting together, we’re taking our businesses to the next level.
The Northern California Painting and Finishing Contractors, Inc. (NCPFC) represents union painting and wall covering contractors. Our primary purpose is to represent and promote the best interests of our members in all areas of labor relations.
We also keep members informed about current business trends, provide a place for members to go for legislation and regulatory issues, and provide educational training programs for owners and their office personnel.
We collaborate to form strong strategies and successful labor contracts.
No matter the size of your business, we advocate and represent your needs at the table. We have a history of negotiating successful and timely Collective Bargaining Agreements.
Labor negotiations are central to our work and your business. Our members benefit from effective representation and preparation during collective bargaining. We advocate for your interests and ensure the collective voice of our membership is heard during negotiations.
How NCPFC works for you
We leverage the collective voices of our contractors to advocate, negotiate, educate and connect. Because we’re a powerful platform for businesses of all sizes, we are a leader in creating a healthier and more successful industry. Together, we build Northern California.
Connect to educational, commercial and industrial opportunities to grow your business and skills.
Get empowered with the tools you need to stay informed and connect to new opportunities to manage your business effectively.
Thank you to those who were able to join us live for the "Covid-19 Compliance: What Contractors Need to Know" webinar with our experts in human resources, government relations, safety and labor law on January 13, 2021.
In partnership with Littler Mendelson, P.C., we are providing a Model COVID-19 Prevention Plan, along with forms and notice templates compliant with Cal/OSHA’s Emergency Regulations to Protect Workers from COVID-19 and AB 685 notice requirements.