The National Brotherhood of Electrical Workers was established in 1891 to represent electrical workers in the United States.
The name changed to International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers in 1899 when Local Union 93 was organized in Canada on December 20, 1899.
Two years after Congress admitted New Mexico to the Union as its 47th state, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers installed a "mixed" local of outside linemen and inside wiremen to serve the states most populous city, Albuquerque. Chartered February 17, 1914, IBEW Local 611 would go on to represent workers throughout the entire state for 100 years now. We currently represent over 2500 members working under 25 contracts.
Our Main Office is located at 4921 Alexander Blvd., NE, Suite A, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87107. Our telephone numbers are (505) 343-0611 and (800) 287-2545. We are open for business at this location from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday thru Friday, holidays excepted. All business associated with member payment of dues, applications for membership, member applications for NEBF pension and IBEW pension, contract administration, general union business, and job referral is taken care of at the Albuquerque office.
We also have satellite offices which are located in Carlsbad and Farmington.