The hard-working men and women of Local 433 make our union strong. During any given day’s work, our members perform their craft hanging off the sides of buildings, balance on sky-high steel beams and carry heavy loads of rebar.
Finally, the day ends with a look back at the progress made. Walls erected, floors stabilized, and at the project’s end, a brand new structure that enhances the lives of residents and visitors.
Membership in Local 433 allows ironworkers access to good-paying jobs, high-quality contractors, ongoing education, substantial health benefits and a comprehensive pension plan.
Our members fall into three categories:
These men and women are those completing the four-year ironworking training program. For more information, click here.
Apprentices who successfully complete the initial training program earn journeyman status. Local 433 connects journeymen to jobs and provides them with continuing education to keep their skills sharp. For more information, click here.
Retirees may no longer work in the field, but Local 433 will always value their service. Local membership provides our retirees with pensions, health benefits and camaraderie of fellow tradespeople and their families. For more information, click here.
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Local 433’s hall closes on the following days: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day, the day following Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
Union Meetings: Second Friday of each month at 8 p.m.
Executive Board Meetings: Wednesdays prior to the union meeting and again two weeks later. Both meetings begin at 7 p.m.
February: September, October and November
May: December, January and February
August: March, April and May
November: June, July and August
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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.
Attention - Members
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