370 Vanderbilt Motor Parkway
Hauppauge, NY 11788
Phone: (631) 273-4567
Fax: (631) 273-4773
Business Manager’s Message

We are the men and women of IBEW Local 25  We are two thousand people who have earned our living and raised our families by working in the unionized electrical construction, maintenance, and telecommunications industries on Long Island. We are your Sunday school teachers, your volunteer firemen, your civic leaders - we are the fabric of Long Island.

Local 25 has been on Long Island since 1932. We have many faces. Sometimes we are a third generation of craftsman whose forefathers founded our local. Sometimes we are a black youth learning a new trade and sometimes we are a newly organized electrician. We have many faces - but one voice. We pride ourselves on being the finest craftspeople in the world. We are committed to ongoing training to keep our skills on the razor's edge of the newest technology as well as passing down our knowledge to the next generation of electricians. We stand for decent wages and innovative benefits so that our members can live the American Dream. We welcome you, please click here to learn more about us.

Attention, All "A" Construction Journeymen

Remember...all "A" Construction Journeymen registered on the Referral List who are not currently working as "A" Construction Journeymen are required to re-sign the 10th through the 16th of each month.  This includes all who are unemployed, working out of town or working out of class, on vacation, military leave or disabled list, etc.

The Meadows at Yaphank

    

     For well over 30 plus years, the area known as Parr Meadows on the northwest corner of William Floyd Parkway and the Long Island Expressway has sat dormant. First owned by Ronald Parr, then developer Wilber Breslin, it finally appears that with the new developer- AVR Realty Development, a Yonkers based company – things are finally ready to get going.

Business Manager's Report - July/August 2015

BY KEVIN HARVEY

     As we head into the summer months and the dog days of August, the work picture appears to be steadily improving, although ever so slowly. The A division work is there, but is taking time to materialize while some of our mixed-use development work seems to be rapidly taking off. However, with that said, we are still encouraged that 2015 will be an all around good year for employment.

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