Why pick Local 825?
When construction has to be right the first time -- on time and on budget -- Local 825 consistently delivers the best value.
Local 825 represents heavy equipment operators in the construction industry throughout the state of New Jersey and the lower counties of New York state.
Our history has been forged by men and women who operate machines large enough to grade and landscape the earth, excavate, build skyscrapers and literally move mountains with exceptional skills, pride, professionalism and integrity.
Our primary purpose is to excel at what we do. With our training, experience and our drive, we enhance productivity and build value for our contractors. We do the job right the first time, on time and on budget. In exchange, we ensure that our members are treated fairly and viewed as part of the team.
When there's a multi-ton piece of equipment involved, when construction schedules and performance measures have to be met and when safety is always the driver, the best value will always be delivered by members of Local 825.
Proud partner of NJ Task Force 1
Local 825 is a proud partner of NJ Task Force 1 urban search and rescue team.
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By being the best, we create jobs and protect our members' needs through better wages, benefits and working conditions.
We invest in our members. We advocate for them in the workplace. In return, they offer commitment to hard work, dedication to being the best and representing themselves with the highest degree of integrity and ethical behavior.
Taken together, these are the hallmarks that set our engineers apart: pride, professionalism and integrity. Read more »
WEATHER ADVISORY Jan. 26, 2015
Due to the advancing snowstorm, the union hall in Springfield plans to remain open today until 1 p.m. If conditions deteriorate sooner, closing time may be moved up.
Depending on the storm's severity, a decision will be made later regarding whether the offices will remain closed tomorrow. Check back here on Facebook or on the iuoe825.org website for updates.
Be careful, and remember, Safety First!
Help urge Gov. Christie to sign WIPA
The Water Infrastructure Protection Act (WIPA) awaits the Governor's signature. WIPA would repair aging water and sewer systems, create well-paying private-sector jobs and improve the fiscal health of strained municipalities.
Most importantly, WIPA will update our water infrastructure to help ensure safe, clean water for our families and communities.
Opponents of this bill are lobbying hard against it, so your support can help make a difference. Please visit the WIPA site and see how you can send a note directly to the governor.
Local 825 Business Manager responds to anti-pipeline editorial
Read the Op-Ed published in the Asbury Park Press
Scholarship season is beginning.
Local 825 and the Essex-West Hudson Labor Council have posted application information. See if your child or grandchild is eligible for a scholarship in 2015!