Architect Magazine Pipefitters Local 537 Apprentice Learning Center Building for a century old organization, SGA designed the new four-story headquarters for Pipefitters Association Local 537 to honor the past while setting the stage for future advancement. Read More
It was great to see everyone hit the links at our annual golf tournament at Pinehills in Plymouth, MA! Proceeds from the day directly went to the Pipefitters Charitable Fund, which supports students with their continuing education. Thanks to everyone who participated! Tim O'Brien lines up a wedge shot.
Local 537 was honored with Building Pathways' Making a Difference Award at their annual awards benefit last month. The recognition honors organizations who have made significant contributions in the lives of graduates, their families and the communities in which they live and work. "Local 537 has truly been a key supporter of our work
We were proud to host this year's Helmets to Hardhats and Massachusetts Building Trades' Motorcycle Run at Canton Town Club. Helmets to Hardhats is a national nonprofit that connects National Guard, Reserve and transitioning active-duty military personnel with meaningful, family-sustaining careers in the union building trades. Proceeds from the night benefited Local 537 members
State House News Service Unions press to extend wage law to off-site work Sheet metal workers, pipefitters and members of other building trade unions plan to rally at the State House on Monday, calling on legislators to update prevailing wage laws in a way they say would keep pace with changes in construction
Dorchester Reporter Opinion: Standing Up For Good Jobs in Our Community Workers in Massachusetts are fortunate to have a number of excellent protections enshrined in state law. A great example of one of these protections is the prevailing wage law. Unfortunately, a loophole exists that allows unscrupulous contractors the ability to exploit workers
CommonWealth Magazine Training our region’s future Union programs better than industry apprenticeships Boston's future is looking bright. Cranes are as much a part of our landscape as statues of colonial heroes, with large development projects clearly visible across the entire cities of Boston and Cambridge. The volume of construction projects, those ongoing and