trainingTrained ironworkers can receive nationally recognized certifications and college credit.
careerWork experience in Structural, Reinforcing, and Ornamental ironwork, and Machinery Moving.
benefitsMembers are offered high wages, insurance, pensions, and credit union membership.
Our Knowledge and Experience
Local 29 was chartered in 1901. We currently represent 1,000 journeypersons and 265 apprentices in the state of Oregon and 6 counties of southwest Washington. Our organization is dedicated to the improvement of wages and working conditions for all people performing ironwork within our jurisdiction.
We provide extensive training through our apprenticeship program. Our members are well trained and qualified to perform all aspects of the ironworking trade. Our signatory contractors perform high quality work, completing projects on time and within budget.
- Local 29 Newsletter - July 2015
- List of Officers
- Qualified rigger and signal person cards
- Message from National Building Trades
- Procedures for TWIC Card reimbursement.
- Message from Ironworkers President Wise
- Wage and benefit increase
- Oregonian Article on Ironworkers
- Columbian Article on Rich Ullsmith
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