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What is an Ironworker?

Ironworkers are skilled tradesmen who work in various facets of the construction and engineering fields. While historically using wrought iron as their main material, today's Ironworkers utilize many different types of ferrous and non ferrous metals along with polymers, glass, concrete and even fiber glass/epoxy composites in fabrication and erection of numerous projects throughout North America. Although, the most common building materials used in the Ironworking trade that you will see on a daily basis are steel and concrete. Steel may be in the form of what are known as structural shapes such as "H" or "I" beam, "T" iron and "C" channel, etc.

Steel may also be used in the form of solid round stock that is commonly referred to as "rebar". This material is specifically designed to be used in reinforced concrete construction.

Ironworkers take pride in being a part of the history of this great nation. Our brothers have taken part in building much of this country. If you are here because you are interested in information regarding joining our program and begining a career as an ironworker, we welcome you and ask that you look around. Any questions you have that are not answered on this site please feel free to contact our office through email or a phone call. Click here for contact info.

 

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