Beginning Jan. 1, 2019, dues for all IBEW “A” members will increase by $1, to $39. “BA” member dues will remain the same. –Muriel Moore, IBEW 1245 Dues Processor
WORK PICTURE The work picture throughout our jurisdiction remains very strong with no end in sight for both California and Nevada. Throw in the Carr and Mendocino fires this summer and we have had more work than imaginable. All our members and travelers who came out to assist in those restoration efforts need to be… [Read More]
The PG&E Substation on Halliday St in Vallejo is approximately 80 years old, and while the facility and its equipment remain functional, it was certainly due for a little facelift. An IBEW 1245 crew from Civil Substations Inc was called in to give the substation a new lease on life this fall, including taking out… [Read More]
On September 22, an IBEW 1245 line crew from Rockstad Power was wrapping up work after a routine pole change-out when their day took an unexpected turn. As the crew was heading back to the Ukiah yard from Lakeport, they spotted a small brush fire, which apparently started when a pickup truck had lost its… [Read More]
As of Sept. 11, 2018, IBEW 1245 has 39 standing open Lineman calls in dispatch. Members can call the dispatch hotline after 5pm each day to get an update on calls.
WORK PICTURE The work picture throughout our jurisdiction remains very strong with no end in sight for both California and Nevada. We are routinely running unfilled calls for linemen, which remains a concern for the future as more and more work is being released. In addition to all the work with plenty of overtime, we… [Read More]
IBEW 1245 outside construction crews are hard at work on the preliminary development of Caltrain’s 50-mile rail electrification project from San Francisco to San Jose. The project, which broke ground last year, is providing ample work for dozens of IBEW members, who will continue on through the various phases of the job until the electrified… [Read More]
WORK PICTURE There is no shortage of work, only manpower. This is and will continue to be an issue, not only in our jurisdiction, but across the nation. The number of new linemen graduating from apprenticeship programs isn’t enough for the amount of work that needs to get done across the country. This, coupled with… [Read More]