Skip to main content

Southeast District Lodge 3

The Southeast District Lodge 3 located in Birmingham, Alabama was chartered on February 1, 2013. Its affiliated Local Lodges are 26, 108, and 433.

Officers

  • Ronnie Dexter - District Business Manager
  • James Barnes, Jr. - President
  • Johnathon Bates - Vice-President
  • Tim Rollins - Recording Secretary/Trustee Chairman
  • Herman Gibbs - Trustee
  • Les Moore - Trustee

Contact Information

Southeast District Lodge 3
501 Huffman Road, Ste. A
Birmingham, AL 35215
Office: 205-820-5022
Fax: 205-820-5023

Latest News

  • Chuck Westphal was a retired member of Local 169, a representative in the Fight Back program and former president of the Michigan Tri-County Building Trades.

    Boilermaker and former State Building Trades President Chuck Westphal passes

    Read More

  • Two retired L-60 members receive a handmade quilt from the non-profit Quilts of Valor to thank them for their service during the Vietnam War. L. to r.: Rod Johnson, L-60’s John Williams and Jack Cooper, and Terry Johnson.

    Two L-60 veterans awarded Quilts of Valor for military service

    Read More

  • Local 627’s Shane “Kalai” Ferreira, who works for BAE Systems in Hawaii, offers reasons why a strong Jones Act is essential to the nation. L to r: BM-ST Jacob Evenson; Jesse Isleman, legislative aide of Sen. Brian Schatz (D-HI); Wesley Dale and Ferreira.

    Delegates advocate for local and national issues during LEAP

    Read More

  • Warren Fairley, IVP-Southeast, talks about the power in numbers when owners, contractors and Boilermakers collaborate.

    Southeast Area Tripartite homes in on ‘industrial evolution’

    Read More

  •  IR Cory Channon, far right, explains the Boilermakers’ role in CCUS. Left, Ahmad O. Al Khowaiter, Chief Technology Officer, Saudi Aramco; center, Artur Runge-Metzger, Director of Climate Strategy, Governance and Emissions from Non-trading Sectors, DG Climate Action of the European Commission.

    Union makes case for CCUS at Scotland conference

    Read More