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Updated On: Feb 11, 2010

Sheet Metal Workers

 

 

SHEET METAL WORKERS LOCAL 66

 

History/Facts

Chartered January 1, 1988, the Sheet Metal Workers Local 66 currently has over 4,800 members.  Local 66 has a jurisdiction that covers all counties in the State of Washington with the exception of Clark and Skamania, the counties of Morrow, Umatilla, Union and Wallawa in the State of Oregon and the counties of Benewah, Bonner, Boundary, Clearwater, Kootenai, Latah, Lewis, Nez Perce and Shoshone in the State of Idaho.

 

Description

Sheet metal workers make, install, and maintain heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning duct systems in both residential and commercial applications; roofs; siding; rain gutters; downspouts; skylights; restaurant equipment; industrial systems and many other products made from sheet metal. They also may work with fiberglass and plastic materials. Although most workers specialize in fabrication, installation or maintenance, some do all three jobs.

In addition to installation, some sheet metal workers specialize in testing, balancing, adjusting, and servicing existing air-conditioning and ventilation systems to make sure they are functioning properly and to improve their energy efficiency. Properly installed duct systems are a key component to heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems, which causes duct installers to sometimes be referred to as HVAC technicians. A growing activity for sheet metal workers is building commissioning, which is a complete mechanical inspection of a building’s HVAC, water, and lighting systems.

Apprenticeship Process

Apprenticeship opportunities are available in three different state approved programs within the sheet metal industry: Sheet Metal Worker, HVAC Service Technician and Sheet Metal Test, Adjust and Balance Technicians.  All three programs are five years in length and consist of both classroom and on-the-job training.

 

In addition to the three commercial programs mentioned above, a three year residential sheet metal apprenticeship is also available.

 

Who to Contact

Eric J Martinson                            Eric Peterson
Business Manager                        Admin Coordinator

Sheet Metal Workers Local 66    Western WA SM JATC

11831 Beverly Park Rd, B2         11831 Beverly Park Rd, B1

Everett, WA 98204                        Everett, WA 98204

(425)820-2306                              (425)438-1406

(425)820-9464                              (425)438-1936

ericm@smw66.org                       ericp@wwsmjatc.org

 

Steve Smith                              John Merk

Training Director                      Training Coordinator

N.E. WA / N. ID                         S.E. WA/N.E. OR Sheet Metal

Sheet Metal Training Trust       JATC

7209 E. Trent Ave.                P.O. Box 2626

Spokane, WA  99212              Pasco, WA 99302

(509)928-5009                        (509)547-0511

(509)982-3022                        (509)366-3321

ssmith@smtt.org                     JohnM@bossig.com

 

SHEET METAL WORKERS LOCAL 16

 

HISTORY/FACTS

Chartered January 25, 1888, the Sheet Metal Workers Local 16 currently has 2,167 members.  Its jurisdiction covers Oregon’s Clackamas, Clatsop, Columbia, Crook, Gilliam, Hood River, Multnomah, Sherman, Tillamook, Wasco, Washington, Wheeler, Grant, Harney, Yamhill, Deschutes, Benton, Linn, Marion, Polk, Lincoln, Coos, Curry, Lake, Douglas, Lane and Jefferson counties and Washington State’s Clark and Skamania counties.

 

DESCRIPTION

Sheet Metal workers fabricate and install all fittings, duct work and related devices used for heating ventilation and air conditioning systems in residential, commercial and industrial applications such as:

 

  • Kitchens usually for commercial applications; made primarily of stainless steel, serving lines in restaurants; numerous industrial applications such as dust collection equipment and pollution control systems and all supporting structures.
  • Architectural metal roofing, gutters, skylights, siding and related ornamental work for interior and exterior uses.
  • Marine applications.

 

Sheet metal workers may install prefabricated sheet metal ducts used for heating, air or other purposes in building and similar structures.

 

They offer essential services to the high tech industry.  Sheet metal workers provide ultra high purity air for maintaining a clean environment for the production of computer chips.  They also exhaust waste material from machines that make computer chips.

 

APPRENTICESHIP PROCESS

Five-year class program along with on-the-job training provides the apprentice with skills needed in the sheet metal trade.

 

WHO TO CONTACT

Len Phillips                                     Dennis Boyd

Business Manager                           Training Coordinator

Sheet Metal Workers Local 16          Sheet Metal Training Center

2379 NE 178th Ave.,Suite 16             2739 NE 178th Ave.

Portland, OR  97230                         Portland, OR  97230

503-254-0123                                  503-257-1022

503-254-0157 Fax                            503-257-1302 Fax

 

 



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