Heat and Frost Insulators News and Events

Micron Boise plant project fuels need to grow at Local 69

Local 69, Salt Lake City, is preparing for the biggest project in Local history. 

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Local 14 Brother Pat Eiding honored with street dedication

The portion of 22nd Street between Chestnut and Market Streets in Downtown Philadelphia was "renamed" to honor Philadelphia AFL-CIO President Emeritus and former HFIAW Local 14 Business Manager Pat Eiding. 

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Local 32 Newark uses numbers to support labor-friendly candidiates

Leading up to the November General Election, members from HFIAW Local 32 Newark dedicated weekends to supporting labor-endorsed candidates in New Jersey. 

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Ielmini: Building support critical to moving Insulator bills forward

The New Year brought renewed efforts to expand support on Capital Hill for two House bills that, if passed, could save taxpayers money while also generating new work opportunities for members of the Heat and Frost Insulators and Allied Workers (HFIAW).  

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Local 16 President Billy Hodges retires after 43 years of service

Billy Hodges Jr. felt like it was the right time to let the younger generation lead the Local. 

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HFIAW members attend Building Trades Academy training

Over 30 HFIAW leaders involved with organizing and contract negotiating attended Building Trades Academy (BTA) training events this fall to improve their skills and better serve their members. 

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Local 1 celebrates 125th anniversary

The oldest Insulators Local Union, Local 1, recently celebrated its 125th anniversary. 

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Unprecedented construction boom in central ohio fuels Local 50's growth

In a recent episode of the America's Work Force Union Podcast (AWF), Columbus/Dayton Business Manager Dan Poteet shared exciting news about the construction industry in Central Ohio.

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Local Minneapolis celebrates 110th Anniversary

On Aug. 19, HFIAW Local 34 celebrated its 110th anniversary at the Radisson Blu Hotel Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn.

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Local 75 improves energy efficiency at local libraries

Institutions of all kinds are finding ways to reduce their energy consumption and carbon footprint as environmental awareness and energy conservation continue to increase. 

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