Welcome to IBEW 90, The New Haven Electricians

Welcome to IBEW 90! 

Get the most productive, safest and skilled electricians on your projects. It is more important to you the business partner, owner and end user than ever before. We offer professionalism, a positive construction experience. Safer projects bring smaller insurance premiums. All your employees will be OSHA 10 certified workers. We can man up any size project while we move toward our goal of a drug free workforce. How many electrical craftsmen do you need? We’ll get them there for you. Please contact us right away with any of your questions! 

Sean W. Daly 

Business Manager, IBEW Local Union 90

2022 Local 90 Fundraiser
 
Once again, we will be having a fundraiser for our Brothers and Sisters in need.  This is the fourteenth year we’ve held this fundraiser and hope to continue with it as it has already helped our members and their families when they’ve needed it most. Thanks to your generosity.
         
          Tickets can be purchased ahead by mail or at the outing. Winners of the prizes need not be present to win. We will forward them to you. Also, at the request of our members... Read More
IBEW LOCAL UNION 90 ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP OUTING
Saturday, September 10, 2022 
YMCA Camp Mountain Mist, 534 High Hill Road, Meriden, CT 203-237-7864
 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
 
Payments are RECOMMENDED IN ADVANCE. This event needs a proper count of attendees for the caterer so we have the proper amount of food.
Checks payable to: IBEW Local 90 Outing
     Mail to: IBEW Local 90
     2 North Plains Industrial Rd
                       ... Read More
Organized Labor Night
Saturday September 3, 2022
Hartford Yard Goats
 


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Baseball Game honoring Organized Labor in CT
Come out and cheer on the Hartford Yard Goats as they face the Reading Fightin Phils and
celebrate the history and contributions union workers have made building this country.
 
First pitch is 6:05 pm
Come to the Local 90 union hall at 2:00 pm and enjoy a
bus trip to the stadium and avoid parking
 
Food and refreshments will be provided at the hall, starting at 2:00 pm
Bus will depart Local 90 at 3:45 pm... Read More
Click the attachment below to view the Connecticut Statewide 2022 Referendum Campaign
ATTENTION: ACTIVE & RETIRED MEMBERS!
(AGE 65 AND OLDER)
SUBJECT: ASBESTOS RELATED DISEASE SCREENING
***** IMPORTANT HEALTH BULLETIN *****
 
Accurate Medical Diagnosing has been chosen to conduct an asbestos-related disease screening for members and pensioners age 65 and older who have been exposed to asbestos while working in the trade. This program is important and very beneficial. The medical concerns about asbestos exposure have been well documented. It is advisable for those members who tested NEGATIVE over 2 years ago, to be re-tested at this time! THERE IS NO OUT OF POCKET... Read More
U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai met with business and labor leaders at the Port of Baltimore on March 21 to discuss Atlantic trade with her counterpart from the United Kingdom.
Discussions over terms of a bilateral trade agreement between the two countries under consideration previously changed when the Biden administration took over, said Baltimore Local 24 President Sam Curreri.
Curreri said he was glad to participate in talks representing labor in a global trade setting and cautioned that even industrialized countries like the United States... Read More
Nearly 8 million new jobs have been added to the U.S. economy since the end of 2020. This means that employment is nearly matching pre-pandemic levels from two years ago. Construction is among the leading sectors for job growth, and that is only likely to improve as funding for infrastructure projects resulting from the historic new law comes to fruition.
Economists predict the job market will return to pre- pandemic levels by the end of 2022.
“It’s mindbogglingly fast and sustained growth – well over half a million jobs added per month on average for... Read More
The Biden administration invoked the Defense Production Act to ease supply chain issues around solar panels on June 6, while continuing its investigation into possible Chinese trade violations.
 
Taken together, IBEW President Lonnie Stephenson said the suite of executive actions will build America’s energy arsenal and spur domestic energy manufacturing while reducing energy costs, supporting good-paying union jobs, and strengthening U.S. energy independence while maintaining strong labor standards.
 
“The outsourcing of critical American goods like solar panels has weakened supply... Read More
Vice President Kamala Harris traveled to Durham, N.C. to call for more unionization in the state.

“To continue our recovery, we must then create more good-paying jobs, good union jobs. In big cities and small towns across our country, union workers are building the future,” Harris said in her Durham speech, where she was joined by Labor Secretary Marty Walsh.
Alvin Warwick Jr., Winston-Salem Local 342 business manager, had the opportunity to meet with them on their visit.

Department of Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm joined IBEW members for a roundtable in Lexington, Ken. where she... Read More
President Biden traveled to Portland, Ore., on April 21 to visit the site of a massive project to upgrade the Portland International Airport and discuss the infrastructure law’s role in transforming the economy of the Pacific Northwest.
 
“Through the bipartisan infrastructure bill, we’re investing $25 billion this year to modernize American airports all across this country and across this state, not just here,” Biden said. “Best of all, this project will support more than 1,250 good- paying jobs constructing the terminal. Over 95 percent of the construction is being done by union... Read More