I never tell them who I am, or that my family built that holder, and I am always filled with pride when they tell me how great the holder is. Thank you Ironworkers for buying our holders and for giving my family a business that we can be proud of. We promise that you will always be impressed with the quality of our holders. The quality of our holder in your hands will always far surpass what you thought you were buying when you purchased them online.
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – A Go Pro camera was placed on the safety helmet of Local 17 Ironworker Jeff Clarke. His partner, fellow Local 17 Ironworker, Luke Hauser is seen standing on a steel beam within inches of a 120-foot drop to the ground.
Every bit as intricate as the gears clicking and humming in my grandfather’s pocket watch. As intense as a football team all working together to execute the perfect play. As beautiful as watching the delicate movements of a ballerina on stage. Ironwork can be all of these things. Lewis Giles photography captures the essence of […]
I spent many years hangin Iron. Along the way I have seen some bad injuries and I have heard tales of even worse. Me personally, I never had anything too major as far as injuries go. I did have a couple close calls though, let’s go down the list:
The daredevil who made the helmet-cam video of himself parachuting with two buddies from atop 1 World Trade Center is a legendarily skilled ironworker who helped build that very same tower.