After completing what I shall (hopefully) bill as the worst boiler build in the history of modular boiler scaffolds, I am faced with a couple of questions. #1 What happened to the sense of urgency, hunger and pride in our work? #2 When did the trades decide that working hard for12 hours a day was just too much to ask? I am completely floored by the lack of aggressiveness in the workforce that showed up to this project.There just seemed to be an air of "we'll get it done when we get it done" and frankly I am downright disappointed by the work ethic shown during this boiler build.While I realize that each local Hall is different, the lack of passion and drive that was brought to this project from the ranks of the Local we are using gives Unions a bad name. Not to mention what it has done to the company's reputation and our relationship with our customer. Where was the "Union Pride" that was plastered all over their hard hats and lunch boxes? We brought the boiler in way late, not entirely due to manpower issues, but none the less way late is another complete project. It sickens me that of the 100 people that showed up to this project that only 20% had the " Can do attitude" and executed on a level of calling themselves ScaffoldBuilders. Of that 20% only 4 were below the age of 30. I am worried about the next generation of ScaffoldBuilders and what they will be able to do with what they bring to the table.