About Local 375

Founded in 1914, Local 375 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers is a labor union that began with 17 charter members. We currently represent a growing membership of working men and women employed in electrical trade construction, public works departments, cable television and communications, power generation, and other related industries. Our union provides a highly educated, skilled and safe workforce in the dynamic Lehigh Valley market of Eastern Pennsylvania.

Local 375 operates from a 31,000 sq. ft. facility that was purchased in 2017. This building, located at 101 South Seventh Street in Allentown, PA, has been retrofitted into a modern union hall able to accommodate the needs of our expanding membership base and the services they deserve. Along with administrative offices and meeting rooms, our headquarters houses a state-of the-art Training Center that is the educational axis for our comprehensive apprenticeship programs and journey-level worker continuing education courses.

Under the guidance of forward thinking leadership and a unified membership, Local 375 has adapted to the cyclic nature of the economy and the ever-changing political landscape. We continue to grow and strengthen our membership while securing better working conditions and raising the standard of living for all. Our successes come from a collective voice of strength and solidarity.

We are proud of our union and pledge to continue our record of proven performance through strong, fair representation and open communication for our members, fellow unions, contractors, and the community.

Proudly American — Proudly Union

The Union Difference

Union workers make $10.62 more an hour on average than their nonunion counterparts.

We can provided unlimited, skilled manpower.