Our members specialize in this trade, providing our contractors with the highest-quality work on every project. Union Iron Workers don’t have a job, they have a career. With the ability to work across the United States and Canada, members take pride in being the best. Our vision is to grow our membership by signing new contractors and performing at a level that will maintain a larger contractor base. Our strength is that we are, and will continue to be, a team working to make our Union more successful.
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Organized labor has been a consistent part of the American fabric since the colonial times. All workers have the right to join together to collectively bargain for standard wages and benefits as well as established working conditions. The International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental, and Reinforcing Iron Workers was organized on February 4th, 1896 with the mandate to create safer and better working conditions across the trade. Currently there are more than 150 local unions across the United States and Canada, representing over 100,000 tradesmen and women.
Iron Workers Local No. 387 includes 121 counties, including the Metro Atlanta area as well as reaching as far North as Rome, Georgia and Anderson, South Carolina; East to areas around Dublin, Georgia; South to Albany, Georgia; and, West to Auburn, Alabama.