Sheet Metal Workers' Local Union 73 was chartered in 1892 and is one of the largest locals in the International with over 4,400 members.

Local 73 covers all of Cook and Lake Counties.


 

We're a Toys For Tots

drop-off location!

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please help the less fortunate children in the

 

Chicagoland area this holiday season,

 

by bringing a new, unwrapped toy

 

(with the exception of stuffed animals) and

 

drop it in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve

 

TOYS FOR TOTS collection bin in the

 

Union Office Lobby until 3:00 p.m.

 

on Wednesday, December 7th!

 

Your generosity will surely put a smile on a child’s face!

 

Thank you in advance.

 


 

                        

SHEET METAL WORKERS

        LOCAL 73 NIGHT

WITH THE CHICAGO WOLVES!

 

SATURDAY, FEB. 4, 2017

  AT 7:00 P.M.

    AT THE ALLSTATE ARENA

    IN ROSEMONT

 

ONLY 150 TICKETS AVAILABLE,

SO PLACE YOUR ORDER ASAP!

 

PLUS YOU'LL RECEIVE A

CHICAGO WOLVES HAT

WITH EACH TICKET PURCHASED!


Please click here for the ORDER FORM


     

The union labels are an essential tool for enforcing contracts and protecting jobs, wages, and benefits. Union officials work hard to negotiate the best contracts possible, and the labels are essential to protecting those contracts, union jobs, and wages. They play a central part in preventing a race to the bottom in which contractors try to use non-labeled products or pay union workers less and less.

By using the labels, we protect existing union jobs, secure more work, and protect union wages. And when more sheet metal workers participate in the union’s health care plan and pension fund, those benefits are better for everyone. In other words, all union members are better off if we work together to make the label system work. By standing up and supporting each other, we stand up and support ourselves. Solidarity works.

For individual sheet metal workers, it means more work, better pay, and healthier benefits. The job you save may be your own. And the more union members participating in the health care and pension systems, the better those benefits will be for each union member.

PLEASE GO TO THE MEMBER AREA

FOR INFORMATION ON DOWNLOADING THE

"LABEL IT * SCAN IT * REPORT IT" APP 

 


SIGN UP TO RECEIVE

EMAIL BLAST ALERTS

Would you like to receive important Union information by e-mail?  We now offer "Blast Alerts" that notify you of important Union updates like pickets, rallies, and current events.

Click here and put "Subscribe" in the subject line. 

You can also send an e-mail to alerts@smw73.org.  

When there are important upates, we will send you an e-mail. 

You can opt out at any time by clicking the same link and putting "Unsubscribe" in the subject line. 

 Your e-mail address is kept in-house and will never be sold to outside companies.


PERSONALIZED PAVER BRICKS

FOR SALE

 Sheet Metal Workers Local #73 Veterans' Committee is still selling paver bricks for a walk around our Flag Pole.

We already have some bricks installed, and are planning on installing more bricks now that the warm weather is here.

Bricks are $50 each, and can accommodate up to 3 lines, with 13 characters per line.

 Show your Union pride, commemorate a loved one, honor a Veteran, and more.

  

Click here for an order form


    SHEET METAL WORKERS

     INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION

   LICENSE PLATES ARE AVAILABLE

Click here for link

 


UNITED WE BARGAIN, DIVIDED WE BEG

 

  For more information about Organizing,

   please click here to contact Eric Olson. 



LOCAL 73 EXECUTIVE TEAM
OFFICERS
 
Rocco Terranova    President and              Business Manager
     
Raymond Suggs   Financial Secretary-Treasurer
Michael Vittorio   Recording Secretary
Michael Webster
  Vice-President

 

BUSINESS AGENTS
 
 
Dan Ahern Dave Brown Frank Iovinelli
Mike May Brian Mulheran  
    
 

 

ORGANIZERS
 
 
      Eric Olson             Dave Sylvester

 

EXECUTIVE BOARD
 
     Cliff Brooks Jeff Hillery Dan Lowery Tom Patzin

 

TRUSTEES
 
Dennis Berg Joe Gelardi Steve Pittman Tom Santore

 

WARDEN   CONDUCTOR
     
  Nick Fricano     Ken Short