Our Iron Worker contractors perform work throughout Oregon, offering full-service ironworking for a variety of projects. Our network of contractors specialize in fabrication, fence and door, pre-cast concrete, pre-engineered metal buildings, welding, structural steel erection and more. No matter the location within Oregon’s diverse landscape of forests, mountains, farms, beaches, and thriving urban areas, our ironworkers and employers are professional, dependable, and ready to deliver exceptional projects.
Northwest IMPACT is a collaboration of the 200+ contractors who employ iron workers from Iron Worker Local Unions in seven Northwest states. In Oregon state, Local 29 and Shopmen’s 516 are represented, with Local 86 also having a presence.
Our Iron Worker contractors in Oregon perform work in cities throughout the state including the entire surrounding region. The contractors and employers have offices in the following areas:
Here is a list of selected Iron Worker contractor members performing work in the Beaver State. These employers offer a workforce of professional, well-trained, and well-organized ironworkers, with both workers and employers supported by the Northwest IMPACT organization.
Built for Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), the Knight Cancer Research Facility includes two levels of structural steel topped by five levels of reinforced concrete, including a below-grade parking garage. Iron Worker contractor Raimore Construction, with ironworkers from Local 29, worked to complete the 320,000-square-foot building. The facility is dedicated to cancer research, with state-of-the-art facilities supporting over 600 researchers and staff.