Local 433: Quality Work. On Time. On Budget.
Local 433 has an on-call supply of highly-qualified, specialized and safe ironworkers who can complete both commercial and residential projects throughout Los Angeles, Las Vegas and the surrounding areas.
We’ll help you finish your project on time, on budget and accident free.
Curious to see our work? Check out the skyline of the city you live in or around your neighborhood. Chances are we’ve helped build a structure you drive past every day.
A few of our more well-known projects include Ivanpah Solar Power Plant, Tom Bradley International Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport and Pauley Pavilion at University of California, Los Angeles.
To gain the skills for building these world-class structures, Local 433 ironworkers have completed a rigorous, four-year program that includes on-site training alongside experienced journeymen. Apprentices also spend hundreds of hours in classrooms learning the latest ironworking techniques and safety rules.
The union invests heavily in its members, and contractors benefit from that investment. The Ironworkers Union spends more than $47 million annually on training. With that kind of commitment, we make sure the men and women who arrive on your job site are ready to work.
We pledge an honest day’s work for an honest day’s wage.
For more information on hiring Local 433 ironworkers, contact our main office, located in City of Industry, at 626.964.2500.
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All office will close at noon on 11/26/2014 for the Thanksgiving Holiday!
Last week, 3 Ironworker veterans had the honor of placing a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery.
They competed in the apprenticeship competition this past September, and the International invited them to come to Washington, DC to participate in the ceremony.
The 3 veterans are John Conyers (Local 24, Denver, CO), Russ Feivou (Local 167, Memphis, TN), and Tyler Haanpaa (Local 10, Kansas City, MO). Max Svader of Local 416, Los Angeles, CA was also invited, but was unable to attend. Lee Worley, Executive Director of Apprenticeship and Training, participated in the ceremony in Max’s stead.
Following is a link to a video of the ceremony.
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If you have not received your new membership card please contact the LA office as you may not have an address in our system therefore your card is waiting to be mailed out to you.
1-866-289-9673 or www.tsa.gov