The officers and members of Local 392 take pride in providing our employers with a highly skilled, well trained and drug free workforce.
Skilled Ironworkers are developed – not born. The skill of the all around Journeyman Ironworker is not acquired by a few months on the job, or merely by being in a place where the different job operations are being performed.
Ironworkers Local 392 and the Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (JATC) say education is key to maintaining a highly skilled workforce.
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Located in East St. Louis, Illinois, Local 392 is a member of the International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing Iron Workers Union. Local 392 has a long history of shaping and developing the Southwestern Illinois area. From inception to completion of projects such as bridges, schools, factories, power plants, hospitals, stadiums, racetracks and other structures big or small, to name a few. Teaming with members of Local 392 on your projects has many advantages:
Our goal is to exceed customer satisfaction, while building the best project for our customers and our community. We consider Union Iron Workers, Contractors and Owners as partners which share the same vision. Every time you hire Iron Workers from Local 392, you should feel confident you are receiving highly trained, highly skilled and drug free Journeymen and Apprentices that take their job seriously.
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