Member Resources

Welcome to the resource center for Boilermaker members. This page contains tools, links and material for you.

  • MOST Boilermaker Delivery System

    The Boilermaker Delivery System is a centralized, web-based portal that connects our three main entities: the local hiring halls, Boilermaker applicants and signatory Contractors. The system offers real-time applicant availability, project opportunity and manpower demands.


  • Subscriptions

    Manage your subscriptions to the Boilermaker Reporter, IBB Update newsletter and more.

    Subscribe to the IBB Update

    Contact the Boilermaker Reporter

    If you would like to change your address to ensure you are getting the Boilermaker Reporter delivered, please fill out our Change of Address Form or send an email to

    If you would like to submit a story for consideration to the Boilermaker Reporter, please Submit Your Story online or contact us:

  • Boilermakers National Funds

    The Boilermakers National Funds is an entity completely separate from the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, per ERISA. Its primary goal is to improve the lives of Boilermakers National Funds participants and their families by providing a comprehensive portfolio of collectively bargained employee benefits. The Boilermakers National Funds includes:

  • Boilermakers' National Pension Plans (Canada)

    Canadian Boilermakers have access to separate national benefits through the Boilermakers' National Benefits Plans (Canada).

    Visit the Website

  • Union Plus

    Union Plus is a nonprofit organization founded by the AFL-CIO to provide excellent consumer benefit programs exclusively to union members (current and retired) and their families. It’s free to sign up, and benefits include everything from special discounts (movie tickets, amusement parks, car rental, floral delivery and more) to financial services, education programs, insurance, hardship help and many other benefits.

    To view all the benefits available to members of the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, visit the Union Plus website.

  • Boilermaker Scholarships

    Each year the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers gives more than $50,000 worth of scholarships to dependents of members, both in Canada and in the U.S.

    Boilermaker scholarships are open to high school seniors who will be entering their first year of academic study at a degree-granting, accredited college or university within one year of their high school graduation and are dependents of Boilermaker members in good standing (includes son, daughter, legally adopted child or dependent of a member in good standing).

    Scholarship awards are based upon a variety of factors, including academic achievement, extra-curricular and outside school activities, career goals, and performance on a typed essay.

    Scholarship applications are due, submitted or postmarked by March 1. For more information, and to submit an application, visit the Boilermakers’ Scholarship Program page.

  • IBB Store

    While our members have many options for purchasing union-related merchandise, the Boilermaker Store is the IBB’s official site for online shopping. We provide only UNION-MADE apparel and other goods that are carefully vetted for quality and designed to be great looking — from King Louie polos to T-shirts, belt buckles, pins, coffee mugs and more.

    Enter Store

  • Vacation Trust

    The Boilermaker Vacation Trust was originally established in 1963 as part of the Western States Construction Agreement. Over the years, other lodges have joined the trust, either because they added a vacation benefit to their contracts or they merged their individual plans into this trust to gain legal protection.

    Twenty-two local union lodges participate in the Boilermaker Vacation Trust. They include Locals 4, Zone 7, 11, 13, 27, 28, 29, 45, 60, 83, 92, 101, 107, Zone 175, Zone 193, 237, 242, 363, 502, 549, 627, and 647. If you have worked in the jurisdiction of any of those lodges, you may be entitled to a Vacation Trust benefit.

    The Vacation Trust distributes benefits on December 1 of each year. The payout covers contributions received for work in September of the prior year through August of the current year.

    If you believe you are entitled to a Vacation Trust benefit but did not receive your check, please contact the administrative office at 1-800-833-2682 or by email to Please note in the email subject line “Unclaimed Check.” Provide your full name and the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number in the body of the email and the lodge(s) and date(s) worked.

    If you are owed an unclaimed benefit, it is important that you claim the benefit as soon as possible, because you will permanently forfeit the benefit if you do not claim it within three years from the date the benefit was payable.

    The Board of Trustees will consider making a payout prior to December 1 where the participant has died or retired. Requests for early payouts should be directed to the Board of Trustees, 20910 Redwood Road, Suites E & F, P.O. Box 20757, Castro Valley, CA 94546-8757.

    If you have any questions about this Trust, please contact the administrative office at 1-800-833-2682 or by email to


  • Constitution

    The Constitution of the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers is the primary governing document of the union. It governs the actions of the International and local lodges, as well as those of all officers, staff, and members at all levels of the union. When necessary, the International president interprets the Constitution, but its language can be changed only by a vote of delegates at a Consolidated Convention.

    Download the latest version of our Constitution (passed at the 33rd Consolidated Convention in 2016) as a PDF.

  • Useful Web Links

    Boilermaker Local Lodges

    AFL-CIO websites

    Money Pages - research the financial health of companies.

    Federal Government Agencies

    Other Interesting & Useful Links - all kinds of stuff