What We Do
Sheet Metal Worker's Local 29 represents workers that perform a wide selection of skills in the construction industry. Our members design, fabricate, and install HVAC components & equipment, custom industrial projects, and architectural sheet metal.
Who We Are
Our membership is made up of more than 200 highly skilled tradesmen. Local 29 is dedicated to fighting for fair wages and benefits for all sheet metal workers in central and western Kansas.
Why Work Union
Collective bargaining gives workers a louder and more powerful voice. Through collective bargaining, Sheet Metal Workers' Local 29 has been able to secure industry leading pay and an unrivaled benefit package.
- Local 29 Sheet Metal Journeymen earn $10/hr more than the average rate in Wichita, Ks.
- 100% Employer-Paid Health , Vision, & Dental Coverage
- 100% Employer-Paid Short-Term & Long-Term Disability Insurance
- 100% Employer-Paid Pension & 401k
It's time to start earning what you deserve!
The Letter Carriers' Food Drive is this Saturday. If you would like to volunteer, please call the Hall and put your name on our list. The event is scheduled to be from 3pm to 5pm but could go on later possibly.
Joey Dull was recently involved in a bicycle accident that left him with a broken back and spinal cord swelling. This left Joey temporarily paralyzed from the waist down. His sister set up a go fund me to help with bills and the costs associated with getting Joey the equipment he needs to be self-sufficient.
We have hoodies and 1/4 zip pullovers for sale at the Hall.
Take advantage of Telehealth Services!!! Experience convenient affordable access to 24/7 medical care.
Oct 18 Wed JATC meeting
Oct 18, 2023LU 29
Oct 23 Mon Union Meeting
Oct 23, 2023Union Hall 1723 SW Boulevard Wichita, KS. 67213
Oct 23 Mon Executive Board Meeting
Oct 23, 2023Local 29 Board Room
Nov 15 Wed JATC meeting
Nov 15, 2023LU 29
Nov 27 Mon Union Meeting
Nov 27, 2023Union Hall 1723 SW Boulevard Wichita, KS. 67213
Local 29 has been proudly serving and building our community since 1936.