For over 80 years our region’s best engineers have carried an IUOE Local 30 card in their pocket. Local 30 members work in the engineering rooms of the iconic buildings that define New York and Connecticut’s culture including the Empire State Building, the Museum of Modern Art, CitiField, Yankee Stadium, Madison Square Garden, The Hartford Capitol Building and the symbol of America’s commitment to freedom – the Statue of Liberty. Together we empower communities.
The IUOE Local 30 Training and Apprenticeship program is recognized as the standard setting program in engineering in New York and Connecticut. The only New York State Department of Labor certified curriculum in stationary engineering is taught by IUOE Local 30 instructors in our Apprenticeship and Training department. Local 30 members are trained to meet industry demands and stay ahead of the technological curve. The most complex and challenging power and facility maintenance systems are controlled by Local 30 members. Together we lead an industry.
We protect Local 30 members and their families by negotiating industry leading agreements that establish living wages, family sustaining benefits, a dignified retirement and work rules focused on safety and sustainability. Together we create a path to the America’s middle class.
The IUOE Local 30 is committed to organizing workers in the industry and creating a voice for operating engineers. Over the years Local 30’s organizing campaigns have raised standards for workers throughout New York and Connecticut. Together we raise the voices of working families.
Local 30 Business Manager, Financial Secretary & International Union of Operating Engineers Vice President
William Lynn joined Local 30 in 1990 as an apprentice at a waste to energy power plant. He completed his apprenticeship at a regional medical center and was elevated to mechanic and then engineer at the facility. His activism on the shop floor, expertise in the trade and leadership in union wide campaigns propelled him to serve as a union Shop Steward. He rose to become Local 30’s Dispatcher, Lead Organizer, Business Representative and Recording-Corresponding Secretary before being elected as Local 30 Business Manager & Financial Secretary in 2014. He was re-elected to his current position in 2016 and 2019 . In 2017 he was elected to the office of Trustee for the International Union of Operating Engineers. In 2019 he was elected to serve as a Vice President of the International Union. In addition to being an International Vice President, Lynn also serves as a Trustee of the IUOE New York State Conference and Recording- Corresponding Secretary of the IUOE New York City Coalition. William holds leadership positions at several labor organizations including the Long Island and Westchester-Putnam AFL-CIO, Nassau-Suffolk Building Trades, Municipal Labor Council, New York State Public Employee Conference, Long Island Labor Advisory Council and the James Connolly Irish American Labor Coalition. William is a graduate of the Cornell Leadership Institute.
Local 30 President
Robert Moccio has been a member of the International Union of Operating Engineers since 1980. He is a graduate of the IUOE Local 30 Apprentice and Training Program and has worked as a New York City engineer at NYC Health & Hospitals Corporation, dedicating many years working at Bellevue and Metropolitan Hospitals where he was widely considered an expert in HVAC technology and one of New York City’s top engineers. Moccio served as a Local 30 Shop Steward for years before becoming a Business Representative in 2000. In 2004 he was elected to the position of Local 30 Recording Corresponding Secretary. In 2010 Moccio was elected Vice President of the Local and elected to President of the IUOE Local 30 in 2016. President Moccio is also a Trustee of the Local 30 and Municipal Benefits Fund and serves as a Board member of the Northeastern Operating Engineers Credit Union.
Local 30 Vice President
Anthony Calandrino has been a member of the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 30 for over forty years. Calandrino’s career started as an engineer at Saint Luke’s Hospital and later as a leading engineer in the industry at Boehringer Ingleheim. In 2000, following years of rank and file leadership in numerous union campaigns and over two decades as a Shop Steward, Calandrino became a Business Representative. In 2001 he was elected to the IUOE Local 30 Executive Board and a Trustee of the union. In 2016 Anthony Calandrino was elected to the position of Vice President. In addition to serving as Vice President, Anthony serves on the Board of the Northeastern Engineers Federal Credit Union, the Italian American Labor Coalition and sits on the Connecticut Licensing Board for Plumbing and Heating.
Local 30 Recording Corresponding Secretary
Brendan McPartland joined the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 30 in 1989. McPartland worked as an engineer at the IBM facility in Westchester, New York and served as the union’s Shop Steward at the site. McPartland’s prowess in electrical engineering and critical systems led him to become an instructor at the Local’s Apprentice and Training program in 1991 and later served as the program’s Curriculum Writer before becoming the Assistant Director in 1999. In 2000 McPartland served the Local as Dispatcher and then in 2003 as Business Representative. He was elected to the Executive Board in 2006 and to the office of Recording Corresponding Secretary in 2014, a position he continues to hold.
Hugh Murray, III
Local 30 Treasurer
Hugh Murray, III is a third generation member of the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 30. Over 42 years Murray has worked as a Mechanic, Engineer and Chief Engineer in the trade and at some of New York’s iconic facilities including Belmont Racetrack. Murray has also worked for the City of New York as an engineer in municipal agencies. He has served in several elected positions with Local 30 including as a Guard, Auditor and a member of the Executive Board before his election as Treasurer, a position he still holds, in 2000. Hugh Murray has taught courses in the IUOE Local 30 Apprenticeship and Training program and currently sits on several union committees.
Our Focus – Leading the Industry
and Leading the Union
Whether it’s new energy projects, state of the art building management systems, complex heating and cooling equipment, public infrastructure or power generation – our members have it under control. Local 30 members understand the nervous systems of all types of facilities and have the skills necessary to protect the equipment that protects all of us.
Whether it’s training, contract negotiations, representation or organizing – our union brings workers together and develops programs to protect working families. We have established scholarship funds that help our families reach education goals, our benefits fund sustains families, our training keeps us ahead of the technological curve and our organizing campaigns strengthen our voice.