Painters / Tapers / Glaziers

(Local 681)

The International Union of Painters and Allied Trades represents the tapers, glaziers, wall coverers, flooring installers, convention and trade show decorators, glassworkers, sign & display workers, asbestos workers/ hazmat technicians, and drywall finishers in the US and Canada.

Operating Engineers

(Local 49)

The International Union of Operating Engineers operates equipment such as tower cranes, dozers, loaders, rollers, asphalt pavers, motor graders & mechanics. Members work on building construction sites, highways, bridges and pipelines.


(Local 1)

The Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers include the crafts of bricklayer, stone mason, tile layer, marble mason, terrazzo worker, blocklayer, tile finisher, pointer, cleaner and caulker, and precast mason.


(Local 512)

The International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing Ironworkers includes the professions of structural steel erection, installation of reinforcing steel (rebar), bridge building, architectural and ornamental iron installation, and more.

Sprinkler Fitters

(Sprinkler Fitters)

Sprinkler Fitters are affiliated with the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry of the US and Canada. Sprinkler Fitters are pipe fitter specialists who have been schooled and trained in the installation of fire protection systems.

Roofers & Waterproofers

(Local 96)

The International United Union of Roofers, Waterproofers and Allied Workers install all types of roofing and waterproofing, air barrier and damp proofing to prevent the intrusion or migration of moisture on buildings.


(Local 343)

Electricians install and maintain all of the various types of electrical systems found in residential, commercial and industrial facilities. These systems include the wiring and installing of lighting, receptacles, motors, heating equipment and control systems. Other areas of work include installation of fire alarm systems, wiring of wind towers, streetlights and solar photovoltaic systems.

Plumbers & Pipefitters

(Local 6)

United Association members work in a variety of settings from housing to power stations. They install and service fire sprinkler systems, perform marine pipefitting, gas fitting, pipe fabrication and assembly, lead burning, air and water balance, pneumatic and electric control work, and service and repair.


(Local 405)

The Laborers’ International Union of North America represents a number of jobs on a construction site. Their jobs include asphalt shoveling, bracer, bridge maintenance workers, building attendant, caulker, delivery worker, equipment worker, jack hammer operator, lansing burners, signal man, pipe setter, and more.

Sheet Metal Workers

(Local 10)

Sheet Metal Workers fabricate and install ducts that are used in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. They fabricate and install a wide variety of products made from light or thin galvanized metals such as siding, metal decks, gutters, flashing and dust collecting systems. Heavy or thick metals include welded column guards, conveyors, blow pipe systems and more.

Cement Masons

(Local 633)

Operative Plasterers and Cement Masons International Association of the US and Canada apply coats of plaster or stucco to interior or exterior walls, ceilings, and partitions to produce a finished surface. Cement Masons set up, rod off and finish or repair concrete on construction sites, highways, bridges and sidewalks.


(Local 548)

Millwrights workers are trained in the use of tools, equipment and materials that help them assemble, erect, install and maintain all types of industrial machinery. This includes compressors, pumps, conveyors, monorails, extruders, gas and steam turbines, and mining equipment, among others.


(Local 1382)

Carpenters are some of the first workers on a job site, and some of the last to leave. They assist in site preparation; build concrete forms and decks; frame walls and roofs; hang interior and exterior walls; install windows, doors, acoustical ceilings, cabinetry, countertops and trim; and install locks, hardware and specialty furniture.

Heat & Frost Insulators

(Local 34)

Heat & Frost Insulators are trained in a variety of construction trades including, but not limited to, mechanical insulation, fire stopping, asbestos and lead mitigation or abatement, sound attenuation and specialty fabrications required in custom mechanical insulation installations.

Elevator Constructors

(Local 9)

Elevator Constructors construct, modernize, repair and maintain elevators, escalators and moving walkways.

Since 1901, members of the IUEC have reshaped the skylines of North American cities and kept millions of people moving.


(Local 647)

The Boilermakers Local 647 has proudly served Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota since 1936. We represent individuals involved in the boiler construction or repair trade, as well as iron ship builders, blacksmiths, forgers and helpers.

The Boilermakers Local 647 is dedicated to uniting our members to improve their lives and lifestyles.

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