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Local 139 Apprenticeships

Join the ranks of the most well-trained and well-paid apprentices in Wisconsin. The Local 139 apprenticeship program accommodates heavy equipment operators with little to no experience in the field.

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Calendar of Events

Keep yourself up to date on the happenings of Local 139. We hope to see you soon!

Full List of IUOE 139 Events

Benefits of Organizing

Organizing is extremely important to the membership of Local 139. Our organization efforts increase our market share, which means increased bargaining strength.

The benefits of organizing are undeniable.

Local 139 works tirelessly to provide a voice for its members, and we value your contribution. We’re stronger when we work as a unified group than we are as individuals.

IUOE 139 News & Notes

Crane Keepers

POSTED: October 9, 2017

Operators Brenda Hacker and Craig Glover, who share a passion for collecting yesterday’s iron, constantly keep an eye out for old construction machines they can bring home.

Local 139 Ladies Sew and Donate Quilts Annually to Children's Hospital

POSTED: October 9, 2017

This group of ladies sews quilts to be donated to Children's Hospital.

General Membership Meeting

POSTED: October 2, 2017

2017 Holiday Gun Raffle

POSTED: September 19, 2017

In support of the Union’s State Conduit Political Action Committee, the Operating Engineers Local 139 is holding its annual raffle featuring firearms and a crossbow as prizes. Tickets go on sale on Saturday, October 14th at the Altoona General Membership Meeting!

Pay Dues Annually Now & Get 1 Month Free!

POSTED: September 15, 2017

Pay your annual dues now & receive one month free!! Active 139 members pay $275 annually, retirees pay $110. Retirees who retired after Nov. 1, 2013 it's $165. When members pay annually by October 31st they receive one month free.

Vice President/Training Director Dan Sperberg Awarded Educator of the Year

POSTED: September 15, 2017

The Daily Reporter will honor this year’s Newsmakers of the Year and at a dinner awards event on Wednesday, Oct. 11, at the Italian Community Center in Milwaukee including Educator of the Year Dan Sperberg, Training Director of Wisconsin Operating Engineers Training Center.