|International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE)|
A diversified trade union Represents 400,000 workers in two sections Operating Engineers, who work as heavy equipment operators, mechanics, and surveyors in the construction industry, and Stationary Engineers, who work in operations and maintenance in building and industrial complexes, and in the service industries. IUOE also represents a number of public service employees.
|IUOE Local 18|
Represents workers in the heavy highway and building industry in and around Cleveland, Ohio.
|IUOE Local 286|
Stationary engineers working in commercial and industrial settings in the Renton and Tacoma areas of Washington state.
|IUOE Local 30|
Headquarters in Richmond Hill, New York. Represents refrigeration and other workers thorugh the Tri-State area.
|IUOE Local 30 Members First|
An unofficial website advocating democratization of the New York local union.
|IUOE Local 399|
International Union of Operating Engineers in Chicago.
|IUOE Local 547|
Representing 5,700 power plant workers throughout Michigan.
|IUOE Local 68|
International Union of Operating Engineers in New Jersey.
|Operating Engineers Local #3|
The largest local in the IUOE and the largest construction trades local in the United States. Local 3 has about 36,000 members throughout its jurisdiction of northern California, northern Nevada, Utah, Hawaii, Wyoming and portions of South Dakota.
|Operating Engineers Local 234|
Representing both stationary and hoisting and portable members in Iowa. Local 234 has a diverse Stationary membership. It includes school, city, county, utilities, maintenance, building engineers, and manufacturing employees.