Business Manager: Sean W. Daly
Welcome to IBEW 90, The New Haven Electricians
Welcome to IBEW 90!
Get the most productive, safest and skilled electricians on your projects. It is more important to you the business partner, owner and end user than ever before. We offer professionalism, a positive construction experience. Safer projects bring smaller insurance premiums. All your employees will be OSHA 10 certified workers. We can man up any size project while we move toward our goal of a drug free workforce. How many electrical craftsmen do you need? We’ll get them there for you. Please contact us right away with any of your questions!
Business Manager, IBEW Local Union 90
News Brief: Business Development Edition 10:
Wai Kai Lagoon
In the 9th District on the Hawaiian island of O’ahu resides perhaps one of the most unique electrical projects around. Members from IBEW Local 1186 are busy constructing a new recreation destination within the Hoakalei Resort on the island's southwestern coast. Wai Kai is an active, year-round destination where residents and visitors will be able to connect to the land, water, and Hawaiian culture by... Read More
The event will take place at the Local 90 Union Hall
on Saturday November 26th 2022 from 9:00AM to 1:00PM
During this time you can stop by and drop off any new & unwrapped toys.
If you cannot make it on this day and would like to contribute,
we have a box located in the Local 90 Lobby where you can drop the toys.
For members’ children only, please.
* Ages up to and including 12 years old to receive a toy*
DATE: Sunday, December 4, 2022
TIME: Noon to 4:00 pm
PLACE: Il Monticello
577 S Broad St (Rte 5), Meriden CT 06450
Refreshments will be served. All Local 90 members and their children are invited to enjoy this special holiday party! The entertainment will be followed by a visit from Santa Claus!
Business... Read More
President Biden signed the bill into law on Aug. 16. President Biden, who spoke at the International Convention in May, is now following through on his promises to support organized labor and strengthen working families with this legislation.
“This historic legislation delivers funding to support lower carbon energy... Read More
President Biden signed the CHIPS and Science Act in July, representing another effort by the president to re-shore the manufacturing of crucial goods produced overseas to the country’s economic and security detriment.
Today, the United States only produces 12 percent of the world’s microchips, which are fundamental components in many modern technology products affected by pandemic-era supply chain... Read More
“EVITP has become such a gold standard in our industry that the Biden administration recently made it their preferred program for training the men and women who will be installing and maintaining thousands of EV charging systems across the... Read More
Biden administration policies intended to promote the growth of domestic manufacturing – like expanding made-in-the-U.S. rules for federal procurement and tax credits for American semiconductors and other factories – are expected to continue the expansion.
“One of the most striking things that we are seeing now,” Brian Deese,... Read More
Following President Biden’s move to rescind the Industry-Recognized Apprenticeship Program in the first days of his administration, the DOL has issued its final rule. Effective on Nov. 25, it cemented Biden’s initial executive order to rescind IRAPs when he took office early in 2021. The IRAP program would have conferred a... Read More
Labor-management partnerships between local unions and their respective National Electrical Contractors Association chapters are among 200 entities chosen to share their experiences and collaborate with the DOL to champion apprenticeship opportunities.
“Not enough people understand apprenticeships or what unions are all about,” said Powering Chicago’s executive director Elbert Walters III. “We need to share the story so that more and more... Read More
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