The Southeastern Carpenters Training Trust Fund hosted a graduation ceremony for eight new journey-level millwrights last month, and swore a new group of members into Local 1263 before hosting an open house of its Savannah Training Center.
June Member E-News: Savannah Training Center hosts apprentice graduation; Nashville Training Center construction update; lanyard safety recall; tips to stay safe in the heat; and more
With low pressure and generator issues, the spring outage at Waterford should be finishing up mid-June. As is typical with the power demands at a peak for summer, all nuclear plants are online providing the much-needed electricity. In discussion with our partnering contractors, we will have an average fall outage season. I hesitate to state […]
The Eastern Region has been maintaining a few projects that are providing steady hours and working opportunities but may ask for more at any time. There is an open need for millwrights with an MSHA card in the Tampa Bay area. There is an outage at the end of August in Jacksonville at plant Kennedy […]
Spring outage work was very busy for our members across the Central Region. Work is starting to slow down a bit for the summer, so now is a great time to take advantage of training and enhancing your skill sets. Bottoms up organizing is a great way of recruiting within our organization, and if you know […]
The Western Region continues to have work beginning throughout the 4 state region with gas and steam turbine work in both Texas and Louisiana, Automotive work in the Austin and San Antonio areas, and Hydro work in Oklahoma and Arkansas. We encourage our members to take this slower time of year to keep your training […]
Work has begun to slow down as we get into the summer months, but there will be work picking up at Tesla in Austin and a few power generation projects are actually scheduled out of season. Airport work should be picking up in Houston and Dallas and LNG work is ongoing in Louisiana. Oklahoma should be […]
Good day brothers and sisters of the SSMRC Eastern District. I would like to provide you with a work update for the Carolinas, Georgia, and Florida. The first item is that work seems to be slowing and we are getting more people on the out-of-work list. There are a few projects that are popping up […]
Spring outage work was very busy for our members across the Central Region. Work is starting to slow down a bit for the summer, so now is a great time to take advantage of training and enhancing your skillsets. Bottoms up organizing is a great way of recruiting within our organization, and if you know of […]
George Schwab, a millwright apprentice in Local 2411, has been a member of the SSMRC since June of 2020 after taking advantage of the Helmets to Hardhats program to ease his transition into a construction career after serving in the military.