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Southeast States Section

(Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Puerto Rico, Isthmus of Panama and the U.S. Virgin Islands.)

Officers & Staff

  • Warren Fairley - International Vice-President
  • Hailey Rose - Secretary


Services Provided to Lodges

Guidance on constitutional issues, by-laws issues, craft jurisdiction, and grievance procedures. The interpretation of agreements, handling of contract negotiations, and organizing.

Consumer Product made by Lodges

Shipbuilding, boilers of all types, fossil power plants, nuclear plants, railroad industry, paper mills, chemical plants, wind tunnel research, weapons research, refineries, dams, breweries, corn processing plants, fertilizer plants, steel mills, car battery liners, potato chip bag liners, rubber manufacturing plants, golf club manufacturing, vacuum truck manufacturing, heat exchanger manufacturing, vessel manufacturing, tank manufacturing, dry kilns, cryogenic freezers, phosphate mine maintenance, steel beams for highways and buildings, crane manufacturing, tobacco plants, acid plants, paint pigment plants, wood veneer products, asphalt plant, and metal fabrication.

Latest News

  • MOST holds OSHA 'train the trainer' classes

    MOST holds OSHA 'train the trainer' classes

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  • SCOTT HAMMOND, BM-ST of Local 105 (Piketon, Ohio), accepts the John F. Erickson NACBE Safety Award on behalf of his lodge during the 2018 Construction Sector Operations Conference in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, March 5.  L. to r. are IST Bill Creeden, IVP-GL Larry McManamon, NACBE Executive Director Ron Traxler, Hammond and IP Newton Jones.

    Local 105 earns highest safety honor

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  • Day 1 participants

    Members of Local 83 complete Code training

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  • International Reps attend training in Kansas City

    International Reps attend training in Kansas City

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  • Starting third from left, l. to r.: Tony Ciferni, Ed Harkins, John Bland, BM-ST Martin Williams and Martin Willis.

    Boilermakers help thwart county right-to-work measure

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