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Welcome to IBEW Local 1914
Photos clockwise from left:  USS City of Corpus Christi, Indian Point, USS Gerald Ford, Comanche Peak, Beaver Valley, USS Pittsburgh, USS Los Angeles, Diablo Canyon, USS Seawolf


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Next Regular Membership Meetings:

Meetings are scheduled to resume June 17, 2020, 

1st Meeting at the end of Night Shift

2nd Meeting 2pm

3rd Meeting at end of Day Shift


Company proposals for the tentative agreement reached on June 25 were updated on this site on July 17th.


We have recently updated your website to include two new tabs for your viewing purposes.


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 All the above photos show our products in action. Highly reliable, critical function components manufactured by world-class craftsmen represented by IBEW Local 1914.


                        Red On Thursdays…    

                    Why Wear Red On Thursdays? 

The Communications Workers of America (CWA) started the tradition of wearing red shirts on Thursdays as a show of collective support for local unions during contract drives.  It started as a memorial for a worker and union official who was killed while walking a picket line during a strike in New York in 1989. 

WEARING RED ON THURSDAY is not about disrespect for management.

WEARING RED ON THURSDAY is about supporting the union in the contract negotiation process.

WEARING RED ON THURSDAY is having a voice in that process.

WEARING RED ON THURSDAY is protecting your job and your wages.

WEARING RED ON THURSDAY is showing collective support for our Union Contract, and doing your part for your union.

 For all these reasons and more, support your local Union and yourself!


                                    WEAR RED ON THURSDAY!



     March 25, 2013

Leadership changes in IBEW Local 1914 

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Red-Shirt Thursdays continue


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IBEW Local Union 1914
Mailing Address: PO Box 488 Harwick PA 15049
(724) 274-8550 Fax: (724) 275-7411

200 School Street
Harwick, PA 15049

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