In Maine: IBEW Local 1837
16 Old Winthrop Road
Manchester, ME 04351
Phone: (207) 623-1030, Fax: (207) 621-8384
In New Hampshire:
680 Central Avenue, Suite 202
Dover, NH 03820
Phone: (603) 743-1652, Fax: (603) 743-1654

Welcome

to IBEW Local 1837 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 1837 is proud to represent approximately 1,600 working men and women all over Maine and New Hampshire. Most of our members work at electric utilities or broadcasting stations throughout the two states. We work at companies such as Central Maine Power, Eversource in New Hampshire, and WGME-TV 13, just to name a few! IBEW Union Local 1837 maintains two offices to better serve our members—one in Manchester, Maine and the other in Dover, New Hampshire. The office in Maine includes a separate building with a conference room and meeting area for union programs and training sessions.

IBEW 1837 News

  • Kris JacobsonOctober 8, 2013 - IBEW Local 1837 is mourning the loss of our friend and union brother Kris Jacobson who passed away on Sunday after being hospitalized for some time.

  • October 2, 2013 – IBEW members at Maine Public Service (MPS) have ratified a new contract with an average wage increase of 8.8% over two years. The agreement also includes improvements in overtime, call-out, standby, and system emergency pay as well as a number of other improvements.



  • Featuring these headline stories and more:

    NHEC: Strike Victory and New Contract Ratified (pg.1-2)
    Brookfield: Member Returns From Layoff with Gratitude (pg. 1 & 6)
    NextEra: Contract Extension Ratified (pg. 2)
    Sea-3, Unitil, WGME: Contracts Ratified (pg. 3)
    IBEW 1837: Leadership Changes/New NH Asst. Bus. Mgr. (pg. 4)
    Quick Notes: Stewards Depart, Kilroy New Recording Sec’y. (pg. 4)
    IBEW 1837: Weingarten Labor Rights (pg. 5)

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  • Featuring these headline stories and more:

    Eversource: New Owners Set to Acquire Generation Assets (page 1)
    New Contracts Ratified at Eversource, CMP, Granite Ridge & WABI-TV (page 1 - 3)

    IBEW 1837: New Union Officers Elected (page 4)
    Eversource: Bill Tarallo Retires After 50 Years at Company (page 4)
    IBEW 1837: Members in NH Help Defeat "Right to Work" (page 6)
    IBEW 1837: Members Help Restore Power in ME, NH & FL! (page 6)

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  • Featuring these headline stories and more:

    CMP: Members Receive Lifesaving Awards After Rescue (page 1)
    Eversource: Generation Assets Auction Moves Forward (page 2)
    IBEW 1837: Protect Yourself: Disciplinary Interviews (page 3)
    Eversource: Field Tech Negotiations Continue (page 4)
    IBEW: Convention in St. Louis (page 4)
    IBEW 1837: Members in NH Help Asplundh Organizing (page 5)
    Sea-3: Members Ratify Two-Year Contract (page 6)
    NHEC: Members Excel at NEPPA Lineworkers Rodeo (page 6)

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  • Featuring these headline stories and more:

    IBEW 1837: Union President Ray Colello Retires (page 1)
    IBEW 1837: Documentation Key to Help Union Help You  (page 1)
    Granite Ridge: New Owner and New Contract Agreement  (page 2)
    Eversource: Field Techs Vote “Yes” for Union (page 2)
    IBEW 1837/CMP: ABM Bill Dunn Retires (page 3)
    IBEW 1837/Emera: Renee Gilman Joins Staff as Biz Rep. (page 4)
    Eversource: Kerry Guptill Retires After Years of Activism (page 5)
    IBEW 1837: Vehicle Maintenance: Jobs and Safety at Risk (page 7)

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  • Featuring these headline stories and more:

    Eversource: Eversource Generation Divestiture & Contract (page 1)
    Emera: New Contract Agreement Ratified  (page 1)
    NextEra: New Contract Agreement Ratified (page 2)
    WGME & WPFO-TV: New Contract Agreement Ratified (page 3)
    IBEW 1837: Laurie Kelley Named New Office Manager (page 4)
    Eversource: Union Member Elected Manchester Alderman (page 6)
    Eversource: Member Tom Rzasa Retires after 45 Years (page 6)
    Sea-3: Union Offers Support for Propane Facility Expansion (page 6)

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  • Featuring these headline stories and more:

    Gubernatorial Contests are Top Labor Concern
    Union Continues to Demonstrate Benefits
    Members Elect Local Union Leaders
    New Contract Agreements Reached
    PSNH Changes Will Affect Some Members

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