19th annual Arizona Building & Construction Trades Charity Golf Tournament
Work done by Boilermakers 627 on the San Juan Generating Station in Farmington, N.M.
The Arizona Building and Construction Trades Unions and sponsors raised about $50,000 through its golf tournament to benefit Labor's Community Service Agency (LCSA).
The SkillsUSA Arizona Championships showcases the skills of trade and technology students in 70 competitions. The contests include welding, electrical wiring and other construction skills.
For the first time in the history of the Tucson-based IBEW 570 test/competition, every single apprentice passed all facets of the competition.
Ironworkers Local 75 members working at the Red Horse Wind project in Wilcox, Ariz. Contractror: White Construction
IBEW 570 invests in training. The 2015 apprenticeship graduates - now journeymen - are some of the most skilled, professional and qualified workers in the IBEW industry.
The last air handler unit being placed on the West Valley Resort.
The JATC together with the Arizona Chapter of the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association (SMACNA-AZ) and SMART (Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation) Local 359 join efforts to train and employ those interested in the sheet metal trade. This event allows the organizations to help Boy Scouts learn about the metal trade. Boy Scouts between 5th grade and 12th grade will get hands-on experience with welding, metal bending and working with plans to create book ends and tool holders.
The casino will be a 1.2 million square-foot resort including a casino, a spa hotel, a three-acre atrium, event center, restaurants and bars, retail space and a convention center.
Apprentices competed in the Arizona State contest and pipe fitters welded, threaded and grooved pipe. Many toured the state-of-the-art training center and met instructors.
The Weitz Company is the general contractor of a 122-bed expansion of St. Luke’s Behavioral Health Center in Phoenix. Crews from Ironworkers Local 75 are working with Red Cedar Steel Erectors on the project.
Local 469 JATC invests in training for their members. They recently expanded their state-of-the-art training facility to include a building to store a weld coupon cutting machine and the weld coupons apprentices use to practice their welding.
The National Elevator Industry Educational Program and Elevator Constructors Local 140 education fair and open house included unveiling of new labs and equipment for members to brush up on existing skills and earn additional certifications.
Check out some general Boilermakers pictures as well as Boilermakers Local 627 members building duct work for a selective non catalytic reduction project and prepping tubes for a reheat header replacement. This is a haze control technology that is added to coal fired power plants to reduce carbon emissions into the air.
Arizona Building Trades members work on projects from stadiums and schools to hospitals and hotels.
The Arizona Building & Construction Trades Council held its 16th annual golf tournament in Scottsdale, Arizona. The proceeds benefit families through Labor's Community Service Agency.
Top apprentices from Arizona, Nevada and California competed for the opportunity to advance to the Toronto international ironworker apprentice competition.
Top apprentices competed in Phoenix at the 2013 Western States Boilermakers competition in 2013. The common arc testing took place January 2014.
Members of Ironworkers Local 75 donating their time to give families visiting the Children's Museum of Phoenix a new exhibit / playground. Key players: Perini Building Company. Rebar donated by Gerdau RSW- Arizona.
A Sun City resident is feeling much better about her home thanks to the handy work of several skilled construction trade union members. The project was the first of the newly launched Helping Hands for Seniors initiative by the Arizona Building and Construction Trades Council and Torres Consulting and Law Group.
Marshall's Distribution Center - Goodyear, AZ. Local 669 contractor is Olympic West Fire Protection
Members of Ironworkers Local 75, IBEW 640 and Ironworkers Local 847 helped build a World War II Memorial honoring Arizona veterans.