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IBEW relocates to Paramus.

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 164 has relocated its headquarters and administrative operations to 205 Robin Road in Paramus, N.J. The three-story Class A office building was purchased by Local 164 last summer and is located adjacent to its former site at 65 West Century Road, which will continue to offer pre-apprenticeship, apprenticeship and certification programs.

"The purchase of 205 Robin Road and the relocation of our management and administrative services enables IBEW Local 164 to take another step in pursuing our growth objectives, which include enhanced member services and programs," said Richard Dressel, business manager.

"Additionally, we will continue to offer our electrical and telecommunications apprenticeship programs, as well as our ongoing continuing education series, at our 65 West Century Road location in Paramus. Local 164 is dedicated to expanding upon these innovative programs, which have elevated the quality of electrical and telecommunications services throughout the construction industry."

Nationally recognized for its rapidly growing membership of highly skilled, specially trained electricians and telecommunications technicians, Local 164 has been a leader in developing state-of-the-art training programs that serve as a model for similar curriculum, forging valuable management partnerships and being an active participant within the community. Additionally, Local 164 offers one of the most comprehensive benefits programs within the building trades industry to support its more than 3,400 members. IBEW Local 164's membership is comprised of electricians throughout Bergen, Hudson and Essex counties as well as telecommunications workers contracted throughout the entire state. Today, the IBEW includes more than 800,000 members worldwide.

"By expanding our operations to 205 Robin Road and maintaining our state-of-the-art training programs at 65 West Century Road, IBEW Local 164 is poised to meet the diverse basic and hi-tech needs of our industries," said Dressel. "From our skilled members, to our wide range of services specially designed to support contractors, Local 164 is prepared to meet the immediate as well as future demands of the construction industry."

To contact IBEW Local 164's administrative offices, please call (201) 265-1700. To inquire about training programs, please call (201) 265-7273.
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