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VISION & MISSION

We will achieve maximum representation of all Sheet Metal Workers in Colorado through continuous membership growth.

Our missions is to organize workers within the Sheet Metal Industry to help provide our people with the best possible wages, benefits and working conditions; through training and craftsmanship, while always giving a fair day’s work for a fair day’s pay.

SMW Local 9 Contact
Sheet metal Workers

Office Line: (303) 922-1213 Fax Line: (303) 922-1398 Physical Address:  1515 W 47th Ave, Denver, CO  80211-2339 Mailing Address:  PO Box 11040, Denver, CO  80211-0040

UNION OFFICERS

Jon Alvino

Business Manager

Reed Ausmus

Business Representative /
Financial Secretary Treasurer

Randy Mitchell

Business Representative
(Colorado Springs Office)

Lon A. Comstock, Jr.

Business Representative

Jon Davis

Organizer

Don Perkins

Organizer

Bill Benavidez

Colorado Statewide Training Director JATC Denver Office

Andy Gilliland

JATC Colorado Springs Office

Brian Summers

JATC Grand Junction Office

Frequently Asked Questions

SMART Local 9, like all labor unions, is a democratic organization made up of the members within our organization. The basic idea of a union is that by joining together, workers have a greater strength in numbers to improve conditions at the worksite. In other words, “In unity there is strength.”

The primary purpose of the union is to represent workers in their employment and to negotiate a contract that improves wages, benefits and working conditions and protects workers from unfair treatment. The basis of the contract negotiated with the employer is determined by the workers affected by the proposed contract. After the contract is negotiated, it can only take effect if it is voted on and ratified (approved) by a majority of the workers.

Officers are nominated and elected from among the members of a Local Union. Any member who meets the qualifications for office may be nominated and elected to office within a Local Union. Elections are held for Local Union officers every 3 years. The International Union holds a convention every 5 years where delegates representing every local union in North America meet to propose and vote on changes to the Constitution and to the Union’s International leadership.

Are you in crisis?

SMOHIT has made a grief and trauma counselor available to SMART members and their families.

Simply call (877) 884-6227 for help.