This will be the wage increase allocation meeting
(All offices open 7 am to 4 pm)
851 Pierce Butler Route
St. Paul, MN 55104-1634
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3752 Midway Road
Hermantown, MN 55810
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Region C: 2901 Twin City Drive, Suite 104
Mandan, ND 58554
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Ironworkers Local 512 jurisdiction covers all of Minnesota, all of North Dakota, and 21 counties in western Wisconsin. We have 1,343 journeyman, 627 apprentices, and 278 probationary members in this local which is divided into three regions.
This page will explain the Journeyman upgrade classes that are offered. Click HERE to go to the page.
IMPACT and the National Training Fund will soon be publishing the new Superintendent Training for Ironworkers manual and conducting a blended-learning course based on the manual. Click HERE to read more.
Join "Annie's Fight" -- The True Spirit of a 512 Ironworker
UPDATE Jan 2016--Annie is standing!! Keep fighting!!
For nine years (seven hours short of full benefits) our sister was a proud Iron Worker. She worked with our brothers, John and Eric and they all worked for my dad, Ole Wilner. Ole is the former owner of Mid-Central Steel based out Minnesota. My father owned Mid Central Steel for 35 years and both my brothers continue to work Iron. Because of the wear and tear on Annie's body, she reluctantly had to leave her chosen career. Since then she has had several surgeries on her spine at the locations of C4 and C5. She was told if she ever even had a small accident, she could be paralyzed. Then, our family's nightmare had come true. Click HERE to read more about our courageous ironworker sister
Calling it an investment critical to the union’s survival, Ironworkers Local 512 Business Manager Charlie Roberts cut the ribbon on a new $3.1 million apprenticeship training center in St. Paul yesterday.
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With college tuition on the rise, apprenticeships appeal to aspiring workers looking to start earning good wages right away. Most apprenticeships mix coursework with paid, on-the-job training, and some Building Trades apprentices are eligible for health insurance and other benefits as a result.
“From Day 1 you start with a certain wage, and as the union negotiates wages with the contractors, our wages go up along with the journeymen’s,” second-year apprentice M.J. Fackler told two young women visiting Ironworkers Local 512’s booth. “After two years, I’m up to earning about 90 percent of what a journeyman earns.” Click HERE to read the full article from the Union Advocate.
SEE SOMETHING! SAY SOMETHING!!