Area’s Largest Trade Union (IBEW Local 103) Opens Office In Wilmington, Represents 10,000 Members

Below is a press release from IBEW Local 103:

WILMINGTON, MA — The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 103, the region’s largest electrical workers’ union, hosted a ribbon-cutting to celebrate the grand opening of its new office location in Wilmington, MA. Union members, elected leadership, friends, and city and state officials joined together for the event.

The new office, located at 21 Concord Street, expands Local 103’s operations, as well as its footprint, throughout the region. Business Manager/Financial Secretary Lou Antonellis hopes the new office will allow the local union to serve even more working people throughout the union’s Eastern MA jurisdiction.

“We’re thrilled to open our new office in the Town of Wilmington, and to work even closer with the community there,” said Antonellis. “In our mission to grow and strengthen the middle class, IBEW Local 103 is committed to providing local families with world-class training, quality wages, and benefits. This office adds capacity to achieving that vision in a tangible way, and reflects the fortitude of our union even in tough times.”

IBEW Local 103 represents more than 10,000 members, active and retired, and has consistently been recognized as one of the fastest-growing local unions within the IBEW. It offers 5-year apprentice training programs at its Dorchester campus, where aspiring electrical workers earn industry-leading wages while they learn either an electrical or telecommunication skillset.

IBEW Local 103’s new office in Wilmington augments the union’s existing headquarters in Dorchester.

About IBEW Local 103

IBEW Local 103’s mission is to provide Greater Boston’s developers with the best trained, most efficient, safest electricians and telecommunications specialists, while fostering our Union’s values of economic fairness, equal opportunity and charitable giving in the communities where we work, live, and raise our families. Our unwavering commitment to professional excellence is personified by the recently built addition to our Joint Apprenticeship Training facility. The Local 103 JATC is among the most advanced electrical apprenticeship programs in the country. Working for better wages, better benefits, and fair working conditions is just one part of our Union’s focus. Local 103 members take pride in giving back our time and expertise to causes and charities serving those less fortunate.

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