• Iron Workers Local 623

Welcome to Skilled Safe Dedicated

Welcome to Iron Workers Local Union 623. Local 623’s training facility incorporates apprentice training with journeyman upgrade, meaning, a journeyman is welcome to attend any of the training classes to upgrade his or her skills, at no cost to the member.

Welcome to Ironworker’s Local 623

We are located at 6153 Airline Highway, Baton Rouge, LA.

Local 623 has been a major player in the industrial scene since 1940. Over the years we have held on to the proud tradition of providing a hardworking and highly skilled workforce, aiding in the industrial growth of our area. Today we add to this tradition a safer work environment, up to date training, and a fair and honest relationship with the contractors.

Exxon Petroleum, Exxon Chemical, Dow Chemical, River Bend Nuclear Power Station, LSU’s Tiger Stadium, two Mississippi River Bridges, and most of the chemical plants located up and down the Mississippi River, are just a few of the many projects built by the Ironworkers of Local 623.

On each and every one of our jobs, the members will be paid a decent living wage, payment to a pension plan, and payment to a health insurance plan.

We hope this web site is informative and inspires you to visit with us. If you decide to  visit, a representative will meet with you and answer any questions you might have.

Our Notices

Members Only

We want our members to have the latest information on what is happening at the Union Hall. This section is coming soon!

Apprenticeship

Are you willing to work hard & get paid well while being trained by some of the best instructors in the industry? Click the image to learn more.

Benefits Office

If you are a member of IW Local Union No.623 and have any questions regarding your Benefits click on the image to learn more.

Contractors

Need a contractor? Search out local directory for the right individual for the job! We have the person you are looking for!

HOW DO I BECOME AN APPRENTICE??

Apprenticeship opportunities depend on industry needs. The actual hiring of apprentices is done by members of a Labor/Management apprenticeship committee using an unbiased selection procedure that is reviewed and approved by the Department of Labor. Openings are filled without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, arrest record or marital status.


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