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The University of Notre Dame has long been known for both athletic excellence and a commitment to academics, but never before have they come so close to one another. Until Notre Dame started the Crossroads project which puts classrooms inside the walls of the historic football stadium.

But the crossroads between athletics and academics aren’t the only thing that makes this project unique, Notre Dame is using, and has used for quite some time, 100% union workers for all construction and labor jobs on campus. Why? Because they want quality work that will last!

Koontz-Wagner Electric, IBEW Local 153, and Northern Indiana NECA worked together on this 750,000 sq. ft. project on both high and low voltage work to bring this new teaching, research, and performance space to life! This $400 million project is Notre Dame’s largest construction project ever and at it’s peak will have 1,000 skilled, trained, safe union construction workers on the job.

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