Tyler Union

Tyler Union
  • Location: Anniston, Alabama
  • Address: Box 309
    Anniston, AL 36202
  • Phone: 800-226-7601
  • Founded: 1912
  • Acquired: 1977
  • Capital Improvements: $54 million since 1997
  • Environmental Sustainability: Reduced wood waste to landfill by 25%; 90-100 tons of hazardous waste per year rendered non-hazardous through stabilization of melt baghouse dusts; eliminated the use of triethylamine with a non-hazardous air pollution substitute; and reduced VOCs.
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About Tyler Union

Tyler Union has long been recognized as one of the most experienced manufacturers and suppliers of ductile iron pipe fittings, restraints, municipal castings and accessories for much of the past century. Today Tyler Union employs more 1,000 in its workforce. The company, founded in 1907 in Anniston, Alabama, as Union Foundry, has undergone many changes over the last 10 years — from building and starting a plant in 2005 in the Hebei Province of China to merging with the Utility Division of Tyler Pipe in 2008 (thereby establishing the name Tyler Union). It was the merging of these two U.S.-based foundries that created many job opportunities as Tyler Union opened Distribution and Sales Call Centers across the United States to improve service and delivery time to our customers. With our cutting-edge facilities, innovative technologies, and advanced training initiatives, Tyler Union has become an economic, environmental, and community leader. With our dedication to customer service and our communities, we work hard to make sure that Tyler Union continues to be the industry leader.

Awards and Recognition

As an industry leader for many years, we have a long history of positive recognition from both our peers and our customers. You can see our complete list of awards and accolades displayed below.

  • 2016 Outstanding Environmental Progress-Foundry Award - Tyler Union

    Tyler Union was awarded the McWane Outstanding Environmental Progress -  Foundry Award for 2016.

    The following factors are considered in the selection process for the current calendar year using the previous calendar year as the baseline:

    • Progress on successful completion of audit and other corrective actions
    • Improvements in overall compliance status
    • Improvements in relationship with regulators (local, state and federal)
    • Changes in quality and amount of resources applied to environmental management
  • AFS Millionaires Safety Award

    Tyler Union was awarded the AFS Millionaires Safety Award for achieving 2,000,000 man-hours without incurring an occupational injury or illness resulting in days away from work.

  • Industry Excellence Award for Safety

    Tyler Union was awarded the Industry Excellence Award for Safety by the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce.

  • United Way of East Central Alabama Silver Award for Outstanding Service to the People of Our Community

  • East Central Alabama United Cerebral Palsy Community Partners Award

  • 1st Place McWane Ergo Cup Competition

    Tyler Union advanced to represent McWane in the internationally recognized ErgoCup® competition, sponsored by the Ergonomics Center of North Carolina and Edward P. Fitts, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at North Carolina State University. This competition provides an exciting opportunity for companies to highlight their successful ergonomic solutions. The general theme across all ErgoCup categories is innovation.

  • McWane Outstanding Environmental Progress Award

    Tyler Union was recognized by McWane in 2011 as the foundry with the most improvement in environmental performance and our commitment to protecting the environment in our community.

  • American Red Cross of Calhoun County Community Service Award

  • McWane Most Improved Recordable Injury Record

  • YMCA of Calhoun County Volunteer of the Year for Outstanding support

  • McWane Outstanding Environmental Progress Award

  • Recognized by the Chamber of Commerce for our longevity in the community Incorporated 1912 – Became a Division of McWane, Inc. 1977