2014 Inside Wiremans Contract Changes and Negotiations Settlement Wage & Fringe Package has beeen posted on the Contracts Page for Registered Members.ALLOCATIONS FOR THIS YEARS RAISE ARE HIGHLIGHTED IN YELLOW.
The IBEW Local Union 6 has a proud history of making a difference in its community. Local 6 touches the lives of people through various kinds of community service, recognizing that it has a particular responsibility to be a good corporate citizen.
The IBEW Local 6 has made it an integral part of its mission to invest in the future of the community, and to give back to society.
Volunteers are always needed to participate in these activities. Contact the Union Hall 415-861-5752 for further information to volunteer or participate. Look for detailed information regarding these events on the website calendar, at Union Meetings and through mailers.
IBEW Local 6 Mentoring Program
Local 6 is starting a Mentoring Program to help incoming members joining the Inside Wireman and Sound & Communications programs. Your knowledge of the industry, the Union and past practices needs to be shared with these new members.We are looking for volunteers and ideas from experienced members willing to reach out and mentor those who are new to this industry. Please respond to email@example.com if you can help.
Dues Notification Change Delinquent Dues Notices will no longer be sent out via certified mail. Please remember that it is the members responsibility to maintain a current dues status. Monthly membership dues are payable quarterly in advance no later than the first Local Union meeting in January, April, July, and October of each year. Your attention to this very important matter is greatly appreciated.
The two developers with dramatic makeover plans for Pier 70 are pushing ahead on two fronts.
Orton Development said it will start work Sept. 1 on a $100 million rehabilitation of historic buildings that used to house shipyard workers, converting them into new space for offices, manufacturers and artists.
Trumark Urban’s proposed development of a nine-story building at 923 Folsom Street, adjacent toSan Francisco’s new Fire Station #1 and across the Street from Mosso at 900 Folsom, has been approved.
Designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz, the project includes 114 condos, 80 underground parking spaces, and 1,600 square feet of retail which will front Folsom Street.
As the Golden State Warriors solidify plans for their new Mission Bay arena, they have announced that the project will include 500,000 square feet of office space. The announcement comes at a time when most developers are concerned that their office plans will fall victim to Proposition M, which limits the amount of office space built in the city each year.
The preliminary designs for two towers designed by Foster + Partners and Heller Manus Architects which could rise up to 910 feet in height at the corner of First and Mission have beensubmitted to Planning for Environmental Review.
TMG Partners’ proposed 50 First Street development includes over 1 million square feet of office space along with hundreds of condos.
Related California’s proposed development of 565 apartments and 460,000 square feet of office space along Mission, between 11th and South Van Ness, will likely be financed by way of $375 million of city issued mortgage revenue bonds.