Resources for Contractors

Contractors are invited to bookmark this handy list of Web links and resources that Ironworkers Local 229 maintains as a useful aid.

Federal Agency
U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety & Health Administration

State Agencies – California
State of California Building Standards Commission
State of California Contractors State License Board
State of California Department of Industrial Relations, including state’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health and state’s Commission on Health and Safety and Workers’ Compensation

City Agencies — San Diego County
Carlsbad– Permitting Process
Chula Vista – Development Services
Del Mar – Building Services
El Cajon – Building Permits
Encinitas – Planning and Building Department
Escondido – Building Division
Oceanside – Building Division
San Diego – Development Services

City Agencies — Imperial County
Brawley – Building Department
Calexico – Building Department
El Centro – Building Department
Imperial – Planning and Building Department

Project Labor Agreements
Create a positive boost to our local economy. Provides local hire initiatives and hire a highly trained work force.
Click here for more information.

The California Municipal Labor Project
Learn more about Project Labor Agreements and improving our community. Click here to learn more.

Industry Associations
Associated General Contractors of California (AGC California)
Construction Industry Research Board (CIRB), a source of prospective and historic information regarding new housing and commercial construction in California
Construction Specifications Institute (CSI), a national association of commercial-level construction professionals dedicated to improving construction communication.
Ironworker Management Progressive Action Cooperative Trust(IMPACT) is a national, joint, cooperative trust that brings local ironworker unions and their signatory contractors together to develop programs to increase market share, to get more jobs, to strengthen their industry, and to reinforce their future. IMPACT provides unions and contractors with technologically advanced project-tracking systems, a forum for discussion of local issues, drug testing, training support, progressive safety insurance programs and innovative marketing materials.
Southern California Contractors Association (SCCA)