Welcome to Local 7

Union Ironworkers are a diverse, goal oriented organization of men and women who have chosen a career that is committed to building a future for their Families and their Community. The Members of Ironworkers Local 7 are ready to provide services to businesses and contractors with the highest trained, skilled craftsmen dedicated to delivering unrivaled productivity needed to get the job done right, on-time and on-budget.

Our ultimate goal is to supply our contractors an abundance of well-trained Ironworkers who meet or exceed their needs. We strive to promote a positive, safe work site, and drug free environment. We have always believed that education and training is the cornerstone of our local. A well trained Ironworker is always in demand. In partnership with many contractors we have and will stay committed to excellence.

Local 7 is proud to say that we have fourth generation Ironworkers in our ranks. These Ironworkers see the pride in a hard days work. They see Local 7 as their family. We see our members as family as well, so we do our best to make sure they are taken care of. Whether that be improving safety conditions on a job site or providing better health and retirement benefits, we take care of our own.

Project Spotlight
Wynn Casino

The Wynn Casino in Everett is scheduled to open in 2019.
The hotel and casino will have over 650 rooms and have views of the Harbor.

News & Events

Founded In


Over 100 Years
of History

Local 7 was founded February 4, 1896. Since then we have helped build the skyscrapers you see in Boston and have built businesses large and small literally from the ground up all over New England. Learn more about Local 7 by clicking About Us.

About Us


Local 7 offers many programs to advance your career. We have an apprenticeship program and many journeyworker upgrades. We believe that education is key to creating a safe work environment and becoming the best we can. Check it out at our Training Center.

Training Center
In the first year of the Apprenticeship Program, you will take classes in reinforcing, structural, and Labor History. You can learn more about the specifics of the program in the Training Center.
During the 2nd year of the Apprenticeship Program you will take classes in blueprint reading, precast, welding, and miscellaneous metals.
During the 3rd year of the Apprenticeship Program you will take classes in finishing, cranes, structural & rigging, and more.
We offer many Journeyperson upgrades for our members. You can take Hot Work classes, Aerial Lift Training, and Post Tension classes. Check out the Training Center to learn more.

Experienced? Get Organized

If you're an experienced Ironworker and would like to join Local 7, you may be eligible to get organized. Contact an organizer in your area for more information.
Stephen Williams and Walter Belmonte at (617) 268-4777.
Daniel Morganelli at (508) 756-5216.
Fiore Grassetti at (413) 735-1767
Steven Burk at (603) 715-6510
Reginald Munson at (207) 426-9555