A pair of new SSMRC delegates were sworn in at the September staff and delegate meeting in Oklahoma City. William Blackburn representing Local 1263 and Justin Stanhope representing Local 2232 were sworn in by SSMRC President, David Bonds during the September 10 delegate meeting.
Watch a video of pump expert Randal Therman telling why millwrights and their knowledge are important and why people throughout the pump industry need to be connecting with the millwright workforce.
Brothers and Sisters, We are preparing to move into the Mix 20/20 system, utilizing a secondary list for nuclear millwrights. The transition will be in place for the spring 2023 outage season. Please click the link below and fill out the form to be added for eligibility. This will not affect the general industry work […]
Eastern September Work update from Regional Director, Logan Brown.
Central Region September Work Update from Regional Director, Jeff Smith.
Western Region September Work Update from Regional Director, James Rowland.
Mark Brown, a 15-year carpenter business representative, financial officer, and trustee, began working as training director of the Southeastern Carpenters Training Trust Fund in March, helping enrich the skills of millwrights in Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina.
It was a rainy Labor Day but that did not stop members from Local 1263 from participating in the annual Labor Day Parade held in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Monte Thompson, a 17-year millwright and member of Local 2232, which covers Houston and the Gulf Coast region of Texas, began working as a business representative for Local 2232 in early July.
From a young age, Local 216’s Austin Bryant knew he was destined to work in the construction industry. While in high school, Bryant completed two machine shop classes where he learned how to run lathes and mills along with designing and manufacturing components. After taking some time to attend community college and the economic collapse in 2008, Bryant chose to pursue a career in machining with a tool and dye mechanic shop. After working under a master machinist for two years, Bryant decided it was time for a career change.