KURT KOWALESKIGREG NEUSEN SHANE KRAFT PHIL JANOSKA
SCOTT KOBBROBERT REID MARK KELLER
Sargent at Arms
The skills of the labor force of Sprinkler Fitters Local Union no. 183 are unmatched by anyone. Our sprinkler fitters enjoy a reputation throughout the country of being both skilled and productive. This reputation has been earned by performing high quality work on time and within budget.Our journeymen are capable of handling any aspect of the job. Whether working new installation, retrofit, commercial, industrial, residential, service and repair, maintenance, testing and inspection or underground, our members have the skills and knowledge to get the job done.Our members have not only worked on some of the largest construction projects in the State of Wisconsin but have installed some of the most technical fire suppression systems in use today. Regardless of the size of the job or scope of work, our members take pride in every job we do. Our sprinkler fitters do the job right the first time, saving both time and money.We not only take pride in our work but in the company or contractor for which we work. This commitment has enabled our contractors to become successful and has increased our market share continuously. Contractors know they can turn to us and rest assured the job will be properly manned and completed on time. Why not hire a workforce that will show the same commitment to your company?Through our journeymen training programs our sprinkler fitters continuously upgrade their skills and knowledge of the trade by staying up to date with the latest technology and installation codes. Our knowledge of the trade allows us to offer the highest possible productivity and cost-effective solutions to any job site problem.No other organization serves the training needs of the sprinkler fitting industry like the United Association. For over a century, the UA has been training the most highly-qualified workers in the United States and Canada.Over the past several decades, the United Association's training programs have produced a stable, skilled workforce responsible for building and maintaining piping systems in the various industrial and residential facilities that make up the North American landscape.No one can match the commitment or investment. The UA spends over $100 million annually on training programs efforts involving approximately 100,000 journeymen and apprentices in over 400 local training facilities at any given time.