About International Brotherhood of Boilermakers
local lodge no. 237
About the boilermakers
Conveniently located in central Connecticut, Local Lodge No. 237 was established in 1956 as a Field Construction Lodge. Under the guidance of current Business Manager Christopher J. O’Neill, Local Lodge No. 237 boosts a membership of highly skilled individuals. Local Lodge No. 237′s jurisdiction is the entire state of Connecticut – including all towns in all eight counties: Hartford, Fairfield, Litchfield, Middlesex, New Haven, New London, Tolland, and Windham.
Who We Represent
The International Brotherhood of Boilermakers is a diverse union representing over 100,000 workers throughout the United States and Canada in construction, repair, maintenance, manufacturing, professional emergency medical services and related industries.
With its headquarters in Kansas City, Kansas, the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers unites 420 Local Lodges throughout North America. The International provides numerous services for Local Lodges and individual members, uniting all members in a common endeavor: to improve the lives and lifestyles of members.
What We Do
Today’s Field Construction Boilermaker is involved in more than just the construction and repair of boilers. Boilermakers are a vital part of construction project teams that erect and repair pressure vessels, air pollution equipment, blast furnaces, water treatment plants, storage and process tanks, stacks and liners. A Boilermaker could be involved in the installation of a giant super-heater section in a large utility boiler, the erection of a 750,000-gallon water storage tank, the placement of a nuclear power plant reactor dome or the construction of components on a hydroelectric power station.
Christopher J. O’Neill,
Michael T. Pierce, President
Lucas McDonald, Vice President
Jonah Stiger, Chairman of Trustees
Derek Collins, Trustee
Matthew Stewart, Trustee
Manual Moras Jr., Recording Secretary
Paul Lanteri, Inspector