The Northwest Ironworkers Trust Funds were established to provide health, retirement and annuity benefits for eligible members and dependents through the collective bargaining process with the Iron Workers District Council of the Pacific Northwest comprised of Local Union No. 14 Spokane WA, Local Union No. 29 Portland OR, and Union Local 86 Seattle WA. The Northwest Ironworkers Trust also provides health and annuity benefits to eligible members and dependents of Local Union No. 751 Anchorage AK.

This site provides general benefit information, forms and other Trust related items. Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC) and Glossary of Terms can be reviewed here.

Update Regarding COVID-19

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and in the interest of keeping the community and our staff as safe and healthy as possible, all WPAS offices (Mercer Island, Gladstone, Anchorage, Spokane) will be closed for walk-in services effective March 17, 2020.  WPAS will only be conducting business via phone, email, or fax.  If you need to bring documentation or information to the office, there are drop boxes available at each of our office locations.  Contact information can be found here.


The Administration Office will provide you with tax Form 1095-B which shows whether you and your family had qualifying health coverage for part or all of 2019.

You DO NOT need Form 1095-B to file your taxes. Just like last year, you can check a box on your tax return verifying you had qualifying health coverage.

You can expect to receive your Form 1095-B for the 2019 tax year in the mail by January 31, 2020. Check to make sure it’s accurate and keep it with the rest of your tax documents.

If you have any questions regarding Form 1095-B, please contact the Administration Office at (866) 986-1515, option 4.


Are you feeling overwhelmed or going through a difficult time? The EAP is here to help you. This is a free service that offers confidential, professional assistance, intervention or referral to employees and family members. Counselors are available to address a wide range of personal issues including:

Grief or loss, family conflict, marriage problems, divorce, parenting issues, difficulty at work, alcohol or drug abuse, financial or legal problems, eldercare or childcare issues, depression, trauma, stress, anxiety or other emotional issues.

Contact:    Fully Effective Employees
                  (425) 454-3003, or toll free 1 (800) 648-5834