Experienced iron workers can become certified welders, advance to foreman and superintendent and can become leaders in their local union.
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Our goal is to provide our contractors with a highly trained, highly skilled Ironworker through the efforts of our apprenticeship program and to continue that training through Journeyman upgrading.
These words are synonymous when referring to the Ironworkers of Local No. 70. Since our formation in 1903, our members have built a reputation based on professionalism and are known as 'The Hardest Working Craft in the Construction Industry".
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