All-Union Pasadena Plant Powers Up

Photos by Kenneth Johansson Originally published in “Building Trades News” Mag on December 2015 PASADENA—The Glenarm Power

Plastering Is a Messy Job That Produces a Clean Finish

This city of 175,000, located in the heart of Orange County, isn’t exactly known for its tourist attractions, but that’s due to change within the next year, as the city becomes home to a new waterpark and hotel complex.

Sprinkler Fitters Local 709 Keeps Hollywood Safe

UA Local 709 Sprinkler Fitters are currently hard at work on a new mixed-use high-rise going up at 5929 Sunset Boulevard, just opposite the new Emerson College building in the heart of Hollywood.

Cement Mason Apprentices Bring Trade to New Era

The slow but steady return of construction in Los Angeles and Orange Counties is stirring demand for two essential elements found at nearly every building site: Concrete and the skilled Cement Masons who know how to work with it.
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Iron Workers Local 416 Transforms Historic Hall of Justice

Dormant since it was red-tagged in 1994 after the Northridge earthquake, the Hall of Justice in downtown Los Angeles is springing back to life.