Heat and Frost Insulators News and Events

Involvement, activities continue for Local 16 Brother after retirement

For roughly 40 years, Brother Geoff Millar was an active member of HFIAW Local 16 who worked in all aspects of our trade including asbestos remediation, commercial, refrigeration, light industrial, heavy industrial and ship work.

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Western States Conference holds virtual Apprentice Competition

Before the travel restrictions were implemented in early 2020, the Western States Conference Master Apprentice Competition (MAC) was one of the last in-person events held in our union.

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Local 16 Retiree acts as shining example for members

Brother Alan Pierce joined Local 16 San Francisco in July 1975. Upon completing the apprenticeship program, he spent another 30-years on the tools before retiring in December 2006.

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Transition to renewable fuels proposed for Phillips 66 CA Refinery

In the middle of August, Phillips 66 announced they will begin a four-year process of campaigning and gaining approvals to transition their 124-year-old San Francisco Refinery into the world’s largest renewable fuels plant.

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LMCT presents at state energy officials meeting

The Labor Management Cooperative Trust (LMCT) made a presentation during the annual National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO) meeting in California. Local 5 Business Manager Michael Patterson and Local 16 Business Manager Mel Breshears joined LMCT Interim Director Rob Hall for a panel discussion about energy and the benefits of Mechanical Insulation on systems. With attendees from across the United States, the exposure for our union was great with the potential to engage in more work opportunities across the county.

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Local 16 Brother received award from Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

On Oct. 25, 2019, Local 16 Retired Brother Robert “Spider” Cantley was presented with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) annual President's Award. Pictured is LLS President & CEO Dr. Louis DeGennaro (left) presenting Brother Cantley with the award at a ceremony held in San Francisco.

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