Sunday April 22, 2001
Hiring Hall statistics for the week ending April 21: 77 ironworkers were
dispatched. 7 rows on the out of work list.
Hiring hall at a glance:
Dispatches were issued to the following companies at the listed projects.
*AC Dellovade at NW Airline Hangar
*AJW Erecting at Marriott Hotel Seattle
*Aluminum & Bronze at Safeco Project Redmond
*Apex Steel at Olympus Seattle
*Baugh Construction at Capital #1 Federal Way, Museum of Glass Tacoma, Bon
Marche Southcenter, Eastlake Project Seattle, Daytona Redmond
*Cascade Steel at Southport Renton, 108th Ave Condos Bellevue
*Champion & Associates at NW Airline Hangar Seatac
*Columbia Bridge & Iron at West Seattle High School
*Diamond B at Equilon Anacortes
*Decorative Metals at the Convention Center Seattle
*D&G Mechanical at Centralia Steam Plant/Mine
*Doolittle Erectors at Centralia Steam Plant/Mine
*East & West Alum Craft at Ellington Seattle
*Eastside Glass at U of W Bothell
*Emerald City Erectors at C Street/Hwy 18 Auburn
*Erection Co at Football/Soccer Stadium, Swedish Hospital Seattle
*George Third & Sons at Westlake Tower Seattle, Seatac Airport
*Hollinger Construction at Centralia Steam Plant
*Haskell Corp at Tesoro Anacortes
*InfraStructures at Roberts Project Seatac
*International Door at NW Airline Hangar Seatac
*International Steel at Union Condos Seattle, State Prison Monroe
*K & L Rebar at Bell Tech Tower Bellevue
*Kenco at Power Plant Frederickson
*Northwest Steel Erectors at Nextel Bremerton
*Pacific Erectors at Everett Station
*Pacific Stairs at Ellington Seattle
*Precision Earthworks at Seatac Airport
*Rainier Steel at Port of Tacoma Road Tacoma, Immunex Pier 88 Seattle, Vine
*Rebar International at Terminal 18 Harbor Island Seattle
*RMT Contracting at Westlake Tower Seattle
*RGL Enterprises at Lakewood City Hall, U of W Tacoma
*RPM Steel at Fisher Plaza Seattle, Costco Issaquah, Bothell High School
*Stone & Webster at Centralia Steam Plant
Monday morning at dispatch there will be a need for a Rodman, a NR232 Wire
Welder and two stick welders. Check out the work orders page or option 4 on
the phone menu for details. 206.248.4246 or 888.212.6252
Be prepared to show Dues Receipt, DFWP, OSHA, Riggers and WABO
Certifications at time of dispatch as required per project.
Norman Williams was released from the hospital Friday. He is scheduled for
chemo and radiation therapy. Say a prayer for Normie.
John McNicholas, a Local 416 member/GF for Avar, is back on the job with a
soft cast on his hand, directing the tensioning of cables.
Christmas in April
Leroy King is recruiting volunteers for the yearly project to be held on
Saturday April 28th. Please contact Mr. King at 206.365.2271 if you can help
with chain link fence, painting, clearing debris or other home related
Highlights of the April 19th local union meeting:
Business Manager and Agents report
Picnic at Lake Sammamish August 26th
Carpenters withdrew affiliation with AFL-CIO
Picketing at Pierce County Jail
OSHA 10 cards required for work at refineries
Work progressing at Centralia Steam Plant and Mine
Proposed project at Satsop Site
Legislative Conference in Washington DC was instructional
261 dispatched to date this month
Number of requests for Rodman increasing
Armory at Yakima will be union
Pacific Erectors has the Hospital in Wenatchee
Alcoa is suspending operation due to power crunch
Gary Merlino to add an ironwork division
PLA 's are an opportunity to organize
Employing proper picketing techniques is difficult
Projects scheduled for the U of W
Apprenticeship: Thanked apprentices for assistance picketing
Welding classes at Tukwila Nights and Saturday ongoing
The Saturday April 14th Stewards' class was a great success
King County Labor Council: Support the Striking State Workers
Stewards Report injured ironworkers
Kathy Pratt, John Bostwick, James Mackin, Gordon Plowman, Mike Pelly, Roger
Tapper Jr, Woody Madsen, Mark Combs, Nicole Wren, Bill Phinizey, Gary
Carsen, Kevin Beal, Jim Green, Robin Gaboury, John Dawe, Mark Olsen, Violet
Wilson, Danny Chaung, Tom Gamble, Jeff Chase, David Robinson.
MSC to grant old age pension to Buck Falconer and Bobby Alexander.
MSC to grant honorary membership to Dennis Dahl.
MSC to submit resolutions to International Convention
Ron Piksa reported on the circumstances surrounding the resignation of
Election of delegates to the International Convention
Your delegates are: Steve Pendergrass, David Johnson, David Chase, Don
Demulling, Wayne Stanton, Lee Newgent, Ron Piksa, Red Biggins. A tie
occurred between Brett Breckenridge and Rivets Peterson for eighth
position/to be resolved at next meeting
Meeting adjourned at 10 pm.
Next Union meeting: Thursday May 17th at the Seattle Labor Temple, 2800 1st
Ave, 7pm. Order of Business will be Election of Delegates to the
Next Sign in day is Wednesday May 2nd. Fax, Email or in Person.
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