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Ironworkers Local 751

Ironworkers Local 751, which was established on March 27, 1953, currently represents over 250 members who work across the entire state of Alaska. They may be found on various job sites where they work, including national defense projects, commercial and government buildings, mining, communication towers, pipeline projects, oil development, and transportation projects.

The union members hold specialized skills in many areas of the ironworking trade, such as the erection of structural steel, welding, placing reinforcing steel, rigging, ornamental curtain wall, precast concrete structures, bridges, fences, towers, and other structures.

Along with Apprentice training, Local 751 offers Journeyman upgrading, Foreman training, and numerous safety classes. Additionally, all members may benefit from extensive Health & Welfare, Pension, and Annuity plans.

To learn more about Local 751, please visit their website at

HCM TradeSeal support for Ironworkers Local 751:

  • Auto-calculation of Ironworkers Local 751 Journeyman and/or Apprentice rates
  • Calculation and accounting support for Ironworkers Local 751 union benefits
  • Automatic union reports for Ironworkers Local 751
  • Union audit support for Ironworkers Local 751
  • Accurate Certified Payroll reporting for Ironworkers Local 751 work classes

How to Add Ironworkers Local 751 to TradeSeal

This Local's unique TradeSeal identifier is: BSOIW 751

Go to HCM TradeSeal > Data Manager and choose "Benefits, Deductions and Fringes" to add BSOIW 751 fringe benefit calculations and automatic remittance reporting.

Learn more about HCM TradeSeal by watching a brief overview video. HCM TradeSeal can automatically calculate fringe benefits and generate remittance reports for most union locals.