• Iron Workers Local 29

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Welcome to Iron Workers Local Union 29 in Oregon, Washington.

Ironworkers Local 29, established in 1901 is a chapter of the International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental, and Reinforcing Ironworkers.

We currently represent 1,500 journey persons and 320 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.

We are here to acknowledge over 100 years of progress for working men and women in the construction industry. Not a day has gone by when we have not raised the standard of human existence as well as the operation of our trade. For more than a century, we have donated our lives, through our union, to improving the everyday lives of the people who built the great city of Portland.

You may now pay your union dues at the hall with your debit or credit card. Note: there is a $2.00 transaction fee. Contact the hall for more information.

Office Hours - 7am to 4pm.    Closed for Lunch - 12pm to 1pm.

Our Notices

Members Only

We want our members to have the latest information on what is happening at the Union Hall. This section is coming soon!

Apprenticeship

Are you willing to work hard & get paid well while being trained by some of the best instructors in the industry? Click the image to learn more.

Benefits Office

If you are a member of IW Local Union No.29 and have any questions regarding your Benefits click on the image to learn more.

Contractors

Need a contractor? Search out local directory for the right individual for the job! We have the person you are looking for!

HOW DO I BECOME AN APPRENTICE??

Apprenticeship opportunities depend on industry needs. The actual hiring of apprentices is done by members of a Labor/Management apprenticeship committee using an unbiased selection procedure that is reviewed and approved by the Department of Labor. Openings are filled without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, arrest record or marital status.


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