Local IBEW 193 coverage mapAbout IBEW Local 193

IBEW 193 represents thousands of highly skilled, trained, and dedicated workers. We represent a wide variety of fields, from the Springfield based 911 Dispatchers to CWLP Linemen and Line Clearance Trimmers to Commercial/Industrial and Residential Electricians.

By working together as a team, the men and women of IBEW 193 are building a better and brighter future. Our members are the best at what they do and it shows on every job, every day.

The vision of Local 193 is to create an atmosphere within our organization in which all members are respected for their diversity, education and contributions to the growth and success of our local.


Pierik Building 116 S. 6th I.O. Office 1905- 1914 Local Office 1901-1914

International Office 1905-1914
Local Office 1901-1914

Pierik Building 116 S. 6th

Reisch Building 119 S. 5th I.O. Office 1914-1920 Local Office 1914-1920

International Office 1914-1920
Local Office 1914-1920

Reisch Building 119 S. 5th

630 S. College 1943-1978

Local Office 1943 - 1978

630 S. College

Local Office 1978 - 2010

3150 Wide Track Drive

3150 Wide Track Dr. 2010-present

Local Office 2010 - present

3150 Wide Track Drive

193 History

There is very little specific information available about the first four years of Local 193’s history as there are no existing minutes from any of the early meetings. However, according to the original 1901 charter, these names appear:

Wm. Chiles, John Mansfield, R. L. Flanigan, J. B. Jones, W. H. Sammons, W. J. Barnes, John Otterback, Ed Talbott, T. Ladendoff and S. Dillard.

These brave men put their lives on the line in the hope of securing a better life for themselves, their fellow Brothers and their families. Because they signed this piece of paper, they suffered unemployment and were at risk of either being fired from their job, or for some, physically beaten for their union attachment.Over the last 107 years, much has changed. We now enjoy formal training and apprenticeship programs, high safety standards have been put into place, and we are able to earn a decent living. It is these original 10 men, and those who have followed, that we, the present members of Local 193, owe our never-ending gratitude. Let us never forget the sacrifices they made for us and pray that we have the courage to continue the struggle in the shadow of their legacy.