Building Success Together

High-profile building projects require teamwork among contractors and the labor force they hire. Local 75 provides Arizona’s best-trained craftspeople in structural, reinforcing and ornamental ironwork, as well as in rigging, machinery moving, and welding and burning.

Ironworkers Local 75’s partner contractors, listed below, know firsthand the assurance and cost-effectiveness of hiring a quality, safety-trained, drug-free, dependable workforce, whose benefits are administered by the union and who are highly skilled in their crafts.

Adams and Smith
Barnhart Crane & Rigging
Bechtel Construction Company
Bosworth Steel Erectors, Inc.
Braden Manufacturing
Bragg Crane Services
Competition Erection
Concrete Erectors, Inc.
C.R Meyer and Sons Company
Crown Corr Inc.
Danny’s Construction Company
Day & Zimmermann NPS
Derr Steel Erection Company
Derr & Gruenewald
Gerdau
Hamon-Custodis, Inc.
Heavy Lift Engineering Company, Inc.
Masthead International, Inc.
McDonough Construction & Rental
Morrison Barker Steel
M.W. Erectors, Inc.
NAES Power Contractors
National Erecting and Glazing
National Steel Constructors, LLC
Pacific Coast Steel
Paradise Rebar
Parsons Steel Erectors
PDM Strocal, Inc.
Precision Surveillance Corporation
Pro Steel Erectors, Inc.
Red Cedar Steel, LLC
Schuff Steel
Shurtleff & Andrews Company
Southwest Stair, Inc.
Structural Services, Inc.
Steel Management, Inc.
Uni-Systems, LLC
United Riggers and Erectors, Inc.
Viking Erectors Corporation
Western Weld Company
Western Industrial Contractors, Inc.
Western Power Service & Construction Company, Inc.

Partners in supporting future success

In 2010, when Local 75 relocated its apprentice-training program to a newly refurbished, customized building, local contractors helped through in-kind donations. Local 75 especially appreciates the generosity of:

Schuff Steel – Donated a W12 x 120 steel column for use as a climbing column, and a W36 steel I beam for the new apprentice facility’s lobby.

MW Erectors – Donated columns for the new apprentice facility’s lobby.

All the contractors, members and staff who volunteered their time and materials in the construction of Local 75’s technologically advanced training facility.

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Contractors interested in more information about the advantages of partnering with Ironworkers Local 75 may call 602-268-1449 or e-mail terryw@ironworkers75.org.

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Ironworkers Local Union No. 75
950 E. Elwood St.
Phoenix, AZ 85040
602-268-1449 Ext. 10

Business Office Hours:
7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Monday through Friday

Dispatching Hours:
7 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
Monday through Friday
602-268-1449 Ext. 12

Ironworkers Local 75 Apprenticeship Office
330 E. Maricopa Freeway
Phoenix, AZ 85004
602-276-6055 or 602-268-2439

Apprenticeship Office Hours:
8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday


Apprenticeship applications are accepted from:
9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Monday through Friday (Phoenix), or by appointment (Tucson)


Ironworkers Local Union No. 75 Tucson
1910 N. 15th Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85705
520-624-5553

Ironworkers Local No. 75 Window Rock Subhall
928-815-0087

Health & Welfare Administrative Office California Field Ironworkers Trust Fund
131 N. El Molino Ave., Suite 330
Pasadena, CA 91101
1-800-527-4613

California Trust Fund Website www.ironworkerbenny.com
For questions concerning health & welfare, pension, annuity, vacation, etc., please write or call the Administrative office above or visit our Benefits & Pension page.

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