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Through our upgrade training, over the years we have earned the reputation
of "NO CALL-BACKS" and “DO IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME!”
We also provide service technicians for commercial, industrial, and residential HVAC needs; as well as Testing, Adjusting & Balancing (TAB) specialists for today's closed system buildings. Some of the skills that we train for include the following:
CAD & newer generations of computer-driven technologies
Metal Roofs and Architectural Gutter and Trim, including copper
Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning
Installing Clean Room Ventilation for High-Tech Computer and Electronics Industries
Moisture Control (Gutter and Flashing) (Commercial, Residential, and Industrial)
Trigonometry Function/Calculator Layout
Welding - Certified Testing Facility through AWS (American Welding Society)
Lockers & Shelving
Testing, Adjusting & Balancing (TAB)
Chutes & Hoppers
Clean Room Ventilation
Decking and Siding
Sheet Metal Workers are part of the building and construction trades. In shops, we lay out, fabricate, and assemble sheet metal products; in the field, we install these sheet metal products in buildings and on construction projects.
Our work includes (but is not limited to) heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC), as well as moisture control (gutters, flashing, etc.).
The Sign makers industry had been around for 75 years until merging with Local 19 on April 1, 2006. Sign makers and Sign Hangers also represent the Billboard workers and production shops who make Cans and other various metal products.
The workers of Sign makers are responsible for projects such as Citizens Bank Park for the Phillies, Campbell's Field for Camden River Sharks, American Airlines arena, Caesars in Atlantic City, the Prince Music theater, Prudential Financial Spectacular in Times Sqare, and many others. Since signing with Local 19, sign makers have maximized their industry.
We fabricate and install sheet metal products in the following areas: