Iron Worker Contractors in
Alaska

Within the ranks of our membership is a robust collection of professional contractors from the state of Alaska. Our employers and members deliver the full suite of ironworking services, including but not limited to welding, fabrication, fence and door, structural steel erection, post-tensioning, curtain wall, and more. These contractors service the entire state, no matter what the elements have to offer, while also performing work in the northwest region of the contiguous United States.

Northwest IMPACT is a collaboration of the 200+ contractors who employ iron workers from Iron Worker Local Unions in seven Northwest states. In Alaska, Local 751, headquartered in Anchorage, is represented.

Iron Worker Contractor state Alaska

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Alaska Contractor Offices

Our Alaska Iron Worker contractors perform work in cities throughout the diverse terrain of the state and the surrounding region, and have office locations in the following areas:


AnchorageChugiakFairbanksJuneauNorth PolePalmerWasilla
Northwest IMPACT Contractors in Alaska

Here is a list of selected Iron Worker contractor members performing work in the Last Frontier. These employers offer the well-trained, professional, and safety-conscious workforce that Union Iron Workers are known for, all backed by the benefits and support of Northwest IMPACT.


Alaska Specialized Constructors LLCGeneral Constructors LLCGriffard SteelHenricksen Construction IncJD Steel Co Inc North Wind Construction Services Northern Reinforcing Placers IncNorthern ServicesRoadrunner Fence CoRoger Hickel Construction IncUniversal Welding and Fabrication IncWhalen Construction Inc

Featured Project In Alaska

Alaska Airlines Hangar

Local 751 ironworkers from Alaska contractor Whalen Construction Inc. worked to complete this 105,000-square-foot aircraft maintenance hangar and regional headquarters for Alaska Airlines, located at the Anchorage International Airport. The facility was designed and built to be large enough to accommodate two Boeing 737 Max 9 aircraft simultaneously. The facility provides much needed repair and maintenance services to Alaska’s fleet of jets, eliminating the need for travel to the main base in Seattle for services.

 

Alaska Airlines Hangar ironworker project