ABCIL offers construction training specializing in the following trades:

Electrical, Plumbing, HVAC, Heavy Equipment Operator, Carpentry, Painting, Welding,   and Pipefitting.

Classes in our construction programs feature scholarship opportunities and our Electrical Classes, Plumbing Classes, Carpentry Classes and Painting Classes are Department of Labor approved which allows students to become Registered Apprentices.

If you are considering Trade Schools to become an Electrician, HVAC Mechanic, Heavy Equipment Operator, Plumber, Carpenter, Painter, Welder or Pipefitter - The Associated Builders and Contractors of Illinois is the place to go!

ABCIL provides training in Green Building, OSHA Certifications and more through our online training at our Virtual University

ABCIL offers assistance with employment placements with convenient training facilities throughout the state of Illinois.

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Trades We Train:

  • Surveyor
  • Welding
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North Office:                                                                                     Associated Builders and Contractors Inc.                        1541 Elmhurst Rd. | Elk Grove Village, IL 60007           Phone: 847-709-2960
South Office:                                                                                     Associated Builders and Contractors Inc.                        526 Allen Street | Springfield, IL 62703                    Phone: 217-523-4692


ABC’s Electrical apprenticeship program is a great way for anyone just getting started in the field to gain essential skills. For others like myself who are already established in the trade, it’s a great place to fine tune and expand ones knowledge base! Like anything in life, the more you put into it the more you will get out of it. Whether you need help understanding a topic being covered, or help with a situation incurred on the job site, the instructors are there to help. All of my instructors were key in leading me down the path to become more knowledgeable and proficient tradesmen. If you are considering becoming a student, join! One night a week is a small price to pay for anyone serious about their trade! - Dustin D. Elich