Certifications provide an independently verified evaluation to ensure an individual has the education, experience and knowledge to succeed.
The Davis-Bacon Act sets wage rates on federally funded projects helping to provide a “level playing field” for the construction industry.
IMPACT administers a national program available to members at no additional cost creating a pool of safe, drug-free workers.
IMPACT provides grant funding to its twelve regions to support programs promoting its core mission.
IMPACT works to produce training programs and materials designed to meet key industry needs and upgrade skills for both ironworkers and contractors.
Our marketing efforts strive to increase awareness of the skill and quality of the union ironworking industry.
IMPACT provides paid maternity leave benefits to qualified female ironworkers for the birth of their own child.
The program provides individual iron worker members disability benefits for an off the job accident by supplementing existing benefits and helps decrease worker’s compensation rates.
This service provides our members with the ability to promote themselves through social media and industry publications.
The project tracking systems provide the most current information to help identify and bid upcoming construction projects.
IMPACT provides professional table top displays and materials for members to use at regional job fairs and tradeshows.
IMPACT has developed a website template for members to use for the creation of individual websites.