• Proudly Helping Build Tulsa ... and Beyond

      IBEW Local Union 584 is the premier organization representing the best trained and hardest working electricians in the Tulsa area.

      Chartered on Sept. 25, 1907, the local union has a talent pool of 650 licensed professionals working for dozens of contractors. Members’ accomplishments include oil refineries, three electrical power houses in the region, remodeling jobs on shopping centers and strip malls, and even small business maintenance and residential work. Large or small, we do it all.

      If you are a contractor needing quality manpower for your next project, please contact us at 918-592-2989.

      Our Business is Building Yours

      We know our contractors are concerned about healthy bottom lines – and that means completing jobs on time, under budget, and with the highest level of professionalism in the business. Local 584 hands have helped complete major and smaller projects in and around Tulsa – including oil refineries, three electrical power houses, remodeling jobs on shopping centers and strip malls, and even small business maintenance and residential work. Large or small, we do it all.

      We get the job done right the first time, and we won’t let you down. If your business thrives on reputation, we can help you exceed your goals and better position yourself for the future.

      The Best-Trained Manpower for Your Project

      All of our journeymen have passed a rigorous 5-year state registered apprenticeship, which ensures technical and practical know-how when they hit the job site. We offer hands within a 24-hour notice, and a drug-free workforce which is OSHA 10 compliant.

      And with our flexible crew mix options, we can get your project past the finish line while making sure the most knowledgeable and capable electricians – from skill levels including daily labor, apprentices, and journeymen – are guiding your project toward a successful and cost-friendly completion.

      Giving Back to Our Community

      Our members are engaged residents of the greater Tulsa area, and they regularly volunteer their time, energy, and expertise to improve their communities. Part of the preamble to our Constitution invites us to “elevate the moral, intellectual and social conditions of our members, their families and dependents, in the interest of a higher standard of citizenship.” It’s been the IBEW way for 125 years, and we are proud to carry such a tradition into the future.

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    This is the IBEW Local Union 584 Information line

    Wednesday, November 14, 2018, 5PM Update

    There are 25 JW’s on Book I, 19 JW’s on Book II

    The calls for Thursday November 15th are:  

    2 JW Regular Calls for Thomas Electric working in Marble City
    State License, Drug Test, Steel Toe Boots, MSHA Part 48B. Report to job after dispatch. This job is not biddable.

    3 JW Regular Calls for Allison Smith working in Pryor.
    State License, Drug Test, Background Check, Fit for Duty Test, Steel Toe Boots, Valid Driver’s License, OSHA 10 within the last 5 years. Bring voided check for direct deposit. Start work after background check clears. This job is not biddable.

    3 JW Regular Call for OESCO working at the Refinery
    State License, Drug Test, Background Check, Fit For Duty Test,  Steel Toe Boots, NO BEARDS, Valid Driver’s License, OSHA 10, Working 5-10’s with possible Saturdays. This job is biddable

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