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“I think that anyone who attended this conference would have to admit that very honest, and straightforward labor-management dialogue was the driving theme of the conference… And in times such as these, that is exactly what people are looking for in their leaders. What the Ironworkers have clearly set forth is that “activities” should not be mistaken for “results”. The more labor (and management) leaders who embrace this approach, the more market share will directly result.”

Mark Breslin
President
Breslin Strategies Inc
San Ramon, CA

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  • Business Development Initiative

    01/17/2017
    IMPACT works to create more work opportunities for the ironworkers and their signatory contractors. IMPACT provides its members, a wide range of amazing programs and services.
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  • How Has IMPACT Evolved

    01/17/2017
    IMPACT has evolved over the years to better serve its members.
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  • 4 Studies Why Everyone Wins with American-made Steel — Even at the Super Bowl

    01/17/2017
    Approximately 16,500 tons of steel were used on the structural side with a total of 23,501 tons fabricated to complete the entire stadium project. The erection of the stadium steel was 100 percent done by SME Steel Industries through Ironworkers Union local 377 out of San Francisco. “At one point in time we had over 300 ironworkers on the site at the same day,” Salak said. “So we ran four cranes. This cooperation allowed us to complete all of the steel erection in about five months. It was a group and team effort. Everyone from the design team to the general contractor (Turner/Devcon joint venture) and the sub-contractors provided a true collaboration for a stadium of this size.
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  • Holiday Message 2016

    01/17/2017
    We wish you a warm and wonderful holiday! Merry Christmas to you all!
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  • What Could We Have Done Better

    01/17/2017
    What could we have done better? We need to raise awareness and communicate about all the wonderful services IMPACT provides its members.
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  • How Did We Do in 2016

    01/17/2017
    Genereal President of the Iron Workers, Eric Dean and CEO of Ben Hur Construction, William Brown reflect on 2016.
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  • Newburgh-based Ironworkers Local 417 Union Wins State Grant for Training Facility

    01/17/2017
    The Town of Newburgh-based Ironworkers Local 417 won a $350,000 Empire State Development grant this month that it will use to help build a $1 million addition at its Route 32 training facility to accommodate a surge in demand from the Tappan Zee Bridge and other projects.
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  • Ironworkers Local 512 Builds Bridges for Veterans

    01/17/2017
    Members of Twin Cities Iron Workers local 512 and metropolitan construction companies donated time, materials, and labor to build two 70 foot bridges at Veterans Campground on Big Marine Lake.
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  • Iron Workers - IMPACT Safety & Health Roundtable

    12/15/2016
    IMPACT Safety and Health Roundtable was held on December 7, 2016 in Washington, D.C. It featured many new safety and health initiatives to improve safety performance in the workplace. Labor Co-Chairman, Bernie Evers, Management Co-Chairman, William Brown and Secretary Steve Rank welcomed roundtable members and special guest speakers to discuss current safety and regulatory issues. Roundtable members from across the United States meet bi-annually to address workplace safety and health issues that affect the ironworking industry. Special guest speakers addressed the most pressing workplace safety and health issues and members across the United States including plant owners and contractors weighed in.
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  • Making the Case for Careers in the Building Trades

    12/07/2016
    The ironworkers’ union training centers collectively spend between $80 million and $90 million a year in training. Our doors are always open, and we handle 50,000 applications annually, with more coming each year. We average 3,000 to 6,000 graduates a year.
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    2017 North American Iron Workers/IMPACT Conference

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