Iron Worker Local Unions
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41   Link   Local 229 (San Diego, California)
Ironworkers handle multiple crafts with confidence and an emphasis on safety. Local 229 provides the best-trained craftspeople in structural, reinforcing and ornamental ironwork, as well as rigging, metal buildings and machinery moving.
42   Link   Local 263 (Dallas / Ft. Worth, Texas)
Iron Workers Local Union No. 263 was chartered on November 20, 1918 in Fort Worth, Texas.
43   Link   Local 290 (Dayton, Ohio)
The iron working industry is very strenuous and most tedious. An ironworker must be alert at all times in order to perform the duties of connecting, welding, installing decking, in addition to climbing, lifting, sitting, standing, bending and pulling of the steel in the erection of buildings and spanning of bridges.
44   Link   Local 292 (South Bend, Indiana)
45   Link   Local 301 (Charleston, West Virginia)
International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental, & Reinforcing Iron Workers Local No. 301 are members of the Building and Construction Trades and Heavy and Highway Department.
46   Link   Local 321 (Little Rock, Arkansas)
Have you ever looked up at a towering city skyline and wondered, "Who built that?" What about when you were gazing at the expanse of the Golden Gate Bridge, the gleam of the St. Louis Arch, or the massive height of the Sears Tower?
47   Link   Local 350 (Atlantic City, New Jersey)
Ironworkers Local 350 3924 West End Ave.
Atlantic City N.J.08401
48   Link   Local 361 (Brooklyn, New York)
Ironworkers Local 361 - 89-19 97th Avenue - Ozone Park, NY 11416 - Phone (718) 322-1016
Fax (718) 322-1053
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