• January 2016

    An Honored Soldier and Ironworker

    Howard joined the Iron Worker Union in 1941. He was called to military service in 1942 to fight in World War II, earning a place in the U.S. Corps of Engineers due to his skills as an ironworker.
  • January 2016

    Reinforcing Ironworkers in High Demand

    The amount of work available is steadily increasing and we will need to meet the demand.
  • January 2016

    Shop Department Ready for 2016

    As true ironworkers, we pick ourselves back up off the ground, brush ourselves off and do what we do best, produce the finest quality products with pride that build our two great countries, the United States and Canada.
  • January 2016

    2016 Kicks-Of Zero Fatality-Incident Campaign With Ironworker Safety Director Training Course

    The Ironworker Safety Director Training Course is designed to assist members with new skill sets to manage a comprehensive company safety program for a signatory contractor, project owner or general contractor.
  • January 2016

    Social Media

    Some of our coordinators and BMs are using social media as a tool to accomplish these tasks and are discovering great results.
  • January 2016

    Ironworkers for Hillary!

    Hillary Clinton is the best champion for the Iron Workers in 2016.
  • January 2016

    Inspectors and Loss Control Pros Go to University of Iron

    More than 30 Cal/OSHA inspectors who were joined by loss control staff from State Compensation Insurance Fund recently took a course on steel erection safety at Benicia’s University of Iron.
  • January 2016

    San Diego Ironworkers Invest in Building the Best

    The 14,000-square-foot training center at 3888 Beech Street features 26 state-of-the-art indoor welding stations, large classrooms, conference rooms and labs, a large structural-steel mock skeleton to practice installing iron parts, and a reinforcing steel station.
  • January 2016

    31st Annual Ironworker Instructor Training Program

    More than 775 instructors, coordinators, business managers, employers, contractors, special presenters, vendors and guests from across the United States and Canada descended upon Washtenaw Community College to upgrade their skills and classroom abilities.
  • January 2016

    Here’s looking to 2016!

    As work opportunities increase so do the challenges we face continually from those who oppose our union and our mission to gain fair compensation and safe working conditions for our membership.