On the Job: A Day in the Life of an Ironworker
You might see us atop and tied off the sides of buildings under construction – if you happen to look up that far.
Ironworking is one of the most exciting industries around. We don’t go to the office. We build the office.
Ironworking consists of several specialties. They all require extensive skills and safety training, which we teach in our apprenticeship program, a commitment to teamwork, and a good sense of balance.
Erect and connect iron beams to construct the skeletons of buildings. Projects can include bridges, stadiums and towers – mostly industrial and commercial work.
Install stairs, windows, doors, gates, grates, platforms and fences. This work involves adding the finishing touches on buildings as opposed to installing the essential framework.
Riggers and Machinery Moving:
Move the equipment of ironworking and secure the iron and other materials lifted by forklifts, cranes and power hoists, preparing and operating them for projects.
Welding and Burning:
Welding touches every part of the ironworking trade, from beginning to end. Our training program offers welding certification.
Ironworking is a potentially-dangerous job, and every person on site must remain safety conscious at all times. This job requires a commitment to teamwork since ironworkers typically complete work in pairs or groups. Each person’s alertness ensures that everyone goes home healthy at the end of the day.
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IW Veterans: Win a Trip to DC (Registration)
To thank you for your dedicated service in the United States or Canadian armed forces, the International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing Iron Workers is pleased to invite you to register to win a trip to Washington, D.C. over the weekend of October 2-4, 2015. While visiting Washington, D.C., you will have the honor of participating in a wreath laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery.
Four Iron Worker military veterans will be selected to participate in the wreath laying ceremony together. The ceremony will take place on Saturday, October 3 at 12:15 pm. Your hotel accommodations and airfare will be provided. Your family or other guests are welcome to accompany you; however they will be responsible for their individual airfare and additional hotel rooms if necessary.
To be entered into the drawing to win the trip to Washington, DC, please complete the entire form "Ironworker Veterans: Win a Trip to DC" under the Get Involved tab in the Iron Workers website www.ironworkers.org. Registration opens Monday, March 30th, and the form must be submitted by July 31st to be considered. If you have questions or would like more information, please contact IPAL at (202) 383-4882 or email@example.com.
By subscribing to the list, IW Veterans: Win a Trip to DC, you are registering to win a trip to Washington, D.C. the weekend of October 2-4, 2015. You will be sent an email to confirm your subscription; you must confirm your subscription to IW Veterans; Win a Trip to DC to be eligible for the drawing. Please check your email to confirm the registration for the drawing.
Thank you for your service.
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