Louis Gilberti is a Council Representative for the Keystone+Mountain+Lakes Regional Council of Carpenters, an affiliate of the Brotherhood of Carpenters & Joiners of America. The Regional Council represents more than 15,000 members in Pennsylvania (57 counties), the states of West Virginia and Virginia, the District of Columbia, three counties in Maryland and nine counties in North Caroline. The membership is comprised of various craftsmen including commercial carpenters, heavy highway carpenters, mill cabinet workers, pile drivers, floor coverers and millwrights.
Mr. Gilberti has been a member in good standing of Local Union #142 for more than 43 years, having entered the Carpenters’ Joint Apprenticeship Program in 1973 and graduating to Journeyman Carpenter in 1977. Throughout his career, he worked on numerous commercial, industrial and institutional projects.
In 1989, he was appointed to his current position of Council Representative, where he is responsible for analyzing current construction markets and industry trends. Chief among these are emerging markets in the natural gas industry, as a result of drilling and processing operations in the Marcellus and Utica Shale formations, and the housing industry, as a result of rapidly growing multi-family construction in the City of Pittsburgh
A Pittsburgh area native, Mr. Gilberti is a graduate of Moon High School. He is active in the community and currently serves on the Moon Township Economic Development Committee. He is also actively involved in the Airport Area Chamber of Commerce, having previously served on its Board of Directors.
He and his wife, Cindy, reside in Moon Township and have two children and two grandchildren.