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2017 Michigan Construction Career Days - May 4 & 5

USA ADMIN - Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Since 2008, MICCD is Michigan’s premier construction career exploration event.

Based on the National Career Day model, MICCD provides Michigan’s young people a chance to experience construction up-close, getting the chance to use real tools, materials and heavy equipment under the direct guidance of construction professionals from all sectors of the industry.

These young people will not only see what construction is, but learn of the training and education paths to secure the good paying jobs a career in construction provides.

This years event will take place May 4 - 5 at the Operating Engineers Training & Education Center in Howell, Michigan.

Learn more: www.michiganccd.com

More Progress as Final Truss Placed Above Via Concourse at the Little Caesars Arena

IW 25 Office Admin - Thursday, March 23, 2017

The final piece of structural steel was placed above the Via concourse and adjoining buildings outside Little Caesars Arena today.

Crews took a moment to celebrate the final truss going into place and much like the topping out ceremony of Little Caesars Arena, held in August, the final Via truss had an evergreen tree on it to mark yet another point of impressive progress.

Click to read the full article on DistrictDetroit.com.

Workers raise roof on Little Caesars Arena

IW 25 Office Admin - Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Workers raise roof on Little Caesars Arena

This article originally appeared in the Detroit Free Press.

Iron Worker Local 25 members celebrated the 'topping out' of the new Detroit Red Wings arena on Thursday, August 4th 2016.  

"I'll tell you what it means. It's a sense of accomplishment," Sullivan said at the ceremony. "A year ago, it was a big hole in the ground. Right now, you can see the results a year later. It's a sense of accomplishment."

 

Read the full article from the Free Press here


 

2014 Apprentice of the Year

USA ADMIN - Tuesday, July 05, 2016
2014 Apprentice of the Year

Phil Moyski, 2014 Apprentice of the Year