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Built to Last®, which was nominated in 2018 for an Emmy for "Outstanding Achievement for Magazine Programming" by the Midwest Chapter of The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and has returned for its sixth season.
Starting with the name itself Built to Last® means enduring quality, and season 6 will spotlight how skilled labor sets the benchmark for performance training, safety best practices and industry leading productivity, making it the smart choice for creating partnerships. Season 6 will captivate audiences as it moves across arresting projects and fascinating individuals that collectively exemplify the real-world contributions that organized labor makes toward our communities. The show will also strive to showcase public and private economic developments and partnerships, and a dedication to the building industry.
 “The ABC Television brand reaches the kind of audience that appreciates the benefits of skilled labor, as well as potential new members seeking a career pathway in the building trades.” stated Business Development Executive of ABC7 Chicago Television Michael Terenzio. 
“Built to Last® is a success because of the trades and the people involved, their dedication to a skilled labor workforce and the proficiency in a wealth of crafts, the seamless collaboration between union members and union contractors and enticing stories with fascinating people that elicit emotions ranging from compassion and inspiration to intrigue and exultation.”

Gary Perinar
Executive Secretary–Treasurer
Chicago Regional Council of Carpenters






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