Sheet Metal Workers International Association Local Union 40
100-A Old Forge Road
Rocky Hill, CT 06067 p 1-860-529-2616. 1-800-201-5840 (CT Only)
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Local 40

Delivering Superior Value to Connecticut Projects

"We have improved our profitability and customer satisfaction since we started with the union. Our projects get completed on schedule, and the end product is top quality. We could not have accomplished as much as we have, in as short of a time, without being an affiliated Sheet Metal Contractor.”

Patrick Duane, Superior Sheet Metal Inc

Our Connecticut Mission

Welcome to our site! The Sheet Metal Workers, Local 40 of Connecticut is a labor union serving 1,000-plus working men and women in Connecticut, and is located in Rocky Hill. The Sheet Metal Workers of Connecticut, in tandem with our affiliated contractors deliver the skills and expertise required to build your next industrial, commercial, institutional or residential project. As energy efficiency continues to grow in Connecticut, We provide the training to ensure our workers broaden their fields of expertise in order to complete specialized assignments. The unique training and education provided to our workforce ensures quality work for the diverse construction requirements throughout the region. We bring out high standards and productivity to every assignment, large or small, and we can assure you that all of our building projects are completed safely and efficiently. Please browse our site to learn more about our trade, and get in touch with your questions!

David Roche, Business Manager SMW Local 40

CT Sheet Metal Worker News

  • January 2021 Monthly Meeting

    Brothers and Sisters,

    Our next scheduled, regular Union Meeting will be on Thursday, January 28th, 2021 held virtually via Zoom at 6:00PM due to current social distancing restrictions provided by the State of Connecticut. All members will have to preregister, you will need to provide you name, email, and IA number, to attend the meeting at the below link; registration is now open. 


    Please remember you must be current on your membership dues to attend the meeting. To ensure everyone is a member in good standing, the meeting registration will be closed at midnight on Tuesday, January 26th, 2021; this will allow the International time to create a list and send back to our local for verification that you are a member in good standing. Once membership has been verified, a link to join the meeting will be sent the email you registered with by midday Thursday the 28th. Please be sure to check your spam folder if the invitation is not in your inbox, as this will be coming from an unfamiliar email address. If you have never been part of a zoom meeting, we suggest that you sign in a few minutes early in case you need to download the Zoom Application or create a Zoom account.

  • December Union Meeting Update




    Please be advised due to the escalating Coronavirus cases throughout the state, our Regular Union Meeting scheduled for December17th is cancelled.

  • SASMI: Modified Temporary Benevolent Disaster Relief Benefit - COVID-19 WAGE REPLACEMENT

    Brothers and Sisters, 

    As we we head into the winter months and COVID-19 risks continue, SASMI has reinstituted a Temporary Benevolent Disaster Relief Benefit. Continue reading for the announce from SASMI, and attached you will find the full benefit announcement in addition to eligibility requirements. Applications must be submitted through SASMI's online member portal, which can be found here. If you have any questions regarding the benefit or eligibility feel free to call our office at (860)529-2616. 

    Modified Temporary Benevolent Disaster Relief Benefit COVID-19 WAGE REPLACEMENT

    When COVID-19 first began devastating our communities the Trustees immediately implemented a Benevolent Disaster Relief Benefit for the 2020A Stabilization Period that provided up to one week of wages a month for participants unable to work because of COVID. This included individuals who were diagnosed with COVID and those who needed to quarantine because of a possible exposure or a state Stay-at-Home order or a closing down of a worksite.

    After the Trustees implemented that benefit, the Federal and State governments enacted legislation including the stimulus pay, the Emergency Paid Sick Leave and Extended FMLA in the Families First Coronavirus Relief Act (FFCRA), state mandated paid time off, additional unemployment benefits through the CARES Act, and other actions. In addition, beginning in June 2020 all 50 states and the District of Columbia began reopening or put in place plans for reopening. Based on these actions the Trustees suspended the Temporary Benevolent Disaster Relief Benefit after the end of the 2020A Stabilization Period (June 2020) but continued to monitor both the Coronavirus and the impact on employment in the industry.

    As we get into winter the cases of the virus are continuing and even increasing. The Trustees see a need for reinstituting the COVID-19 Wage Replacement Temporary Benevolent Disaster Relief Benefit. However, more is known about the virus and testing has become more available so that it is possible to accurately identify positive cases. Accordingly, the Trustees have modified the Benefit to reflect the current situation.

    This updated benefit is available for those who test positive for COVID themselves, or for a family member who resided with them that tests positive and have a need to quarantine. This benefit is only available if you were/are not being compensated for those day in quarantine by any Employer or Trust Fund under any Federal, State or Locality law (some due to expire prior to the end of the year) or special resolution... 

  • November Union Meeting Update




    Please be advised due to the escalating Coronavirus cases throughout the state, our Regular Union Meeting scheduled for November 19th is cancelled.

  • GP Sellers Election 2020 Message

    In this video, SMART General President Joseph Sellers outlines the important decision between two possible paths ahead for working families and the nation.

  • SMOHIT Fall 2020 Steps Challenge


    CHALLENGE DATES: 12:00 a.m. September 15 through 12:00 p.m. October 31, 2020
    (Challenge starts and ends in your respective time zone)

    SMOHIT is pleased to announce that the 2020 Team-Individual FALL STEPS Challenge is open for registration. We encourage you to join us in remaining active this Fall and getting everyone involved! Our fun and friendly challenge is all about getting moving and hopefully reinforcing healthy habits along the way into your lifestyle. During the STEPS Challenge, we are offering participants the chance to win gift cards, fitness books, and other exciting prizes! The deadline to register for the FALL STEPS Challenge is midnight September 14th, 2020. Be sure to grab your group of four or more to create a top stepping team! Individuals are also welcomed to join in on the fun and compete for individual prizes and accomplishments.

    For more information and to register for SMOHIT Fall 2020 STEPS Challenge click the button below 

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  • Retired SMART Amtrak Conductor Discusses Joe Biden and Working Families

    In this nationally televised video, retired SMART conductor Greg Weaver talks about what he learned about former VP Biden from their 30 years traveling together from Wilmington, Delaware to DC.  

    Accorded to Weaver, "he's most comfortable around everyday working-class people.  When he got on that train, everyone was equal to him."

    Weaver adds in the video, "the essential workers working behind the scenes to keep this country going, he understands that. The average guy is important to him."

  • SMART Endorse Biden