In the trade agreement, I would also say that we respect the talents and capabilities of the trades and that we want creative solutions. However, I probably would not say that in a treaty, unless I combine the two in one document. National Pipeline AgreementParts: Laborers` International Union and the Pipeline Association. Scope: Applies to all main transportation and land cable works in the United States The agreement includes the construction, installation, dual connection, rebeveling, treatment, insulation, overhaul, examination, commissioning, transmission or transfer of gas pipelines or segments thereof, coal, gas, oil, water or other materials, transportable vapours or liquids, including parts of such pipelines within the boundaries of private land, to the first measuring or connecting station. Effective Date: June 5, 2017 – May 31, 2020.National Commercial Parties: Laborers` International Union and Distribution Contractors of America.Scope: Applicable to all distributions and utilities, including other underground distribution facilities for public or private enterprises (excluding sewer and water pipes) in the United States. The agreement includes the repair, maintenance, construction, installation, treatment and repair of distribution lines that transport coal, gas, oil or other similar materials, vapours or liquids (other than sewer and water pipes), as well as pipes, telephone lines and power lines. (Addendum B is available on the private LIUNA website) Date of entry into force: 1 June 2017 – 31 May 2022 National parties to services: International Union of Workers and Service Undertakings signatories. Joint venture construction projects in which the employer is a sponsor or managing partner are covered. The Employer agrees that residents recruited in accordance with the recruitment procedure, with the exception of key personnel of the Employer, should perform all work under this Agreement. . . .