Stephen R. Lindauer
Chief Executive Officer, TAUC
Steve Lindauer is Chief Executive Officer of The Association of Union Constructors (TAUC) and Impartial Secretary/CEO of the National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee, Inc. (NMAPC).
Lindauer has been actively involved in the construction and maintenance industry for over 36 years. He serves as a spokesman and advocate for union construction and maintenance industry, and is regularly cited as an industry expert in national trade publications. Lindauer has completed specialized training in association management and executive leadership, and has skillfully shepherded TAUC (formerly the National Erectors Association) through a rebirth in terms of membership, governance and mission.
As Impartial Secretary/CEO of the NMAPC, Lindauer is focused on continually increasing the value of the NMAPC Program for the 2,000 signatory contractors, 14 International Unions and the multitude of client/customers who utilize the National Maintenance Agreements across the country. Throughout the NMAPC’s over 45 years of existence it has accounted for more than $500 billion of work and over 2.5 billion work hours, focused on maintaining and upgrading the industrial infrastructure in the U.S. Additionally, he has directed the development of the most prestigious safety program in the union construction and maintenance industry, the NMAPC Zero Injury Safety Awards® (ZISA®).
Lindauer is a member of the Joint Administrative Committee to the Plan for the Settlement of Jurisdictional Disputes, member of the Board of Trustees for the Center For Military Recruitment, Assessment and Veterans Employment, Secretary of the Executive Committee for the Helmets to Hardhats Program, sits on the Board of Directors of the Construction Labor Research Council and maintains professional membership with the American Society of Association Executives.
Lindauer earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in political science, with a minor in economics, from Alfred University in Alfred, New York. He also holds a Master of Science degree in industrial relations and human resource management from The American University in Washington, D.C.