Miron construction workers have a lot to look forward to this summer as the company opens new construction projects in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Ohio.
The union has agreed to a new contract with Miron, which is a first for the construction workers, in which they will get a base salary of $12.35 an hour.
They will also get $10.60 for overtime, plus an additional $2 an hour for each hour worked.
The workers will be able to earn up to $20 an hour more if they are certified as skilled trades employees.
Miron Construction is a major construction company based in Cleveland, Ohio.
It is the first major construction firm to start new projects in Ohio and Pennsylvania, and the first to begin new construction in the U.S. in three years.
The company has hired more than 1,000 construction workers in the past three years, according to the company.
Morrow said the contract is “an important step toward ensuring that the construction industry is safe and sustainable.”
Morrow also noted that the new contract is more than three times higher than the union contract that was put into effect last year.
The new contract gives workers more bargaining power.
The union will be given the option of voting to reject the new agreement, which means they could vote to reject it or they could agree to it.