The Iron Workers of Local 402 are proud to be part of a Band of Brothers that knows no bounds.
Through apprenticeship programs, new entrants to the industry receive supervised training on the job and related theoretical instruction under the tutelage of master craft workers who are members of the building trades unions. Apprentices are employed and receive wages while training on-the-job, and the cost of the related instruction is paid for by the sponsoring JATC. This "earn while you learn" feature of apprenticeship makes it affordable for all.Read more or Contact us
Each and every member of this great organization plays an important role in the success of Local 402. From the top notch Foreman to the first year apprentice every job must be done efficient and safe to ensure that the job comes in ON TIME and UNDER BUDGET! Members of Iron Workers Local 402 take pride in knowing that they are the best trained and most qualified persons to do the job.