IBEW Local 567
238 Goddard Road, Lewiston, ME 04240
p (207) 786-9770 f (207) 786-9773
info@ibew567.com
567 Book Re-Sign @ Member Re-sign

The IBEW 567 Mission in Maine

After many years of calling the Labor temple on 110 Exchange Street home, Local 567 bought and remodeled its own building at 240 Gray Road in Falmouth. However, it was not long before this building could no longer meet the needs of the local union. The Local then purchased the current facility at 238 Goddard Road in Lewiston. This building houses the administration offices of the local union and pension office, the meeting hall, and offices, permanent classrooms and training space for JATC.

Since 1915 IBEW Local 567 has been a leader in the electrical industry of Maine. The future is full of promise as long as members can recall the dedication and solidarity of those who went before us. It is that type of resolve that has allowed this local union to grow and enjoy the success we have today! Read More About Our History...

Please contact us with your questions or concerns any time!
Jim Valente 
Business Manager, IBEW 567

IBEW News

Article in Electrical Worker

As President John Quincy Adams once said, "Patience and perseverance have a magical effect before which difficulties disappear and obstacles vanish."

For members of Portland, Maine, Local 567, grasping that kernel of New England pragmatism was the key to winning a 16-year effort with the August signing of a well-established and respected electrical contractor.
- See more at: http://ibew.org/articles/13ElectricalWorker/EW1310/Moulison.1013.html#st...

Merchandise

 

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Building Trust Results in Signing New England Contractor

Moulison North Corp. has joined the list of signatory contractors that work in partnership with IBEW Local 567. Ken Moulison’s company has extensive airport runway and traffic signal experience and looks to grow his business and market share with the support and expertise provided by the members of Local 567. We welcome Ken and his company and we look forward to a long and prosperous relationship! Please Read this latest example of how Maine labor and management are coming together with common purpose

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We encourage you to sign up at www.ibewfightback.com it is an online political activist tool, which will enable Second District members to have a voice in support or opposition to legislative issues effecting workers in all branches of the I.B.E.W. This site will also be working in collaboration with the I.B.E.W. Political department and the AFLO-CIO to send out messages to all participants for national legislative issues effecting the I.B.E.W such as the Employee Free Choice Act.

So Called Right to Work Legislation in Maine

These days, much is written, and discussed, about the so called "Right to Work."  It is important to distinguish between the human Right to Work, as it pertains to basic human rights, and the latest  "Right to Work law" proposals in Maine.

Support IBEW Fightback!

We encourage you to sign up at www.ibewfightback.com it is an online political activist tool, which will enable Second District members to have a voice in support or opposition to legislative issues effecting workers in all branches of the I.B.E.W. This site will also be working in collaboration with the I.B.E.W. Political department and the AFLO-CIO to send out messages to all participants for national legislative issues effecting the I.B.E.W such as the Employee Free Choice Act.

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