Ironworkers Local 751 represent the entire state of Alaska. Since being chartered on March 27, 1953, the proud members of Local 751 have contributed to the growth of this immense state.
Members of Local 751 are highly diverse. These motivated craftsmen serve various contractors across the state, where flying or driving hundreds of miles to get to the workplace is common.
Our work is critical in national defense projects, commercial and government buildings, mining, communication towers, pipeline projects, oil development, and transportation projects.
We have a state-of-the-art apprenticeship training facility in Anchorage that is internationally accredited. We are also recognized as an accredited testing facility through the American Welding Society (AWS).
Local 751 Ironworkers complete a four year, 6000 hour apprenticeship and are trained in skills needed to perform all the work we do such as the erection of structural steel, welding, placing reinforcing steel, rigging, ornamental curtain wall, windows, precast concrete structures, bridges, fences, towers, pre-engineered metal buildings, and other structures.