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Floor and Wall
Union represents forty (40) shops total, each requiring different types of skills.
Includes the preparation of floors and the installation of carpet, sheet vinyl, and resilient tile.
Glaziers & Glass Workers
Glaziers include the installation of aluminum metal storefronts, window frames, doors and frames for entrances...
Lathers install the supporting backings on ceilings or walls on which plaster or other materials are applied.
Painters & Wall Coverers
Applying or removing paints, oils, varnishes, watercolors, wallpaper, wall coverings or other materials.
House plastering, cement stucco, covering, plastering, repairing, texture plastering, fireproof construction...
Mixing, covering, cleaning, truck driving, scaffold building, and some general laboring.
Installation of varies types of tile; including but not limited to porceiln, ceremic, glass, quarry, natural stone.
Work involves the grinding and finishing of terrazzo floors. Work also includes all the sanding, mixing, and preparation of floors for installation.
Mechanical - Electrical
Within the mechanical section you will be able to search occupations that provide heat, energy, and sanitary services to homes and buildings within our community. The majority of these occupations are considered licensed crafts and are registered either within municipalities or state regulatory agencies.
Includes the installation of wires and equipment that deliver current in the construction, maintenance, and operation of electrical systems.
Pipefitters install, maintain, and repair high and low pressure steam systems, high and low pressure hot water systems...
Installation of a system of pipes and equipment to supply water and other systems of piping and equipment to take care of waste and sewage.
Sheet Metal Workers
The Sheet Metal Worker remains nearly the only building tradesperson to start with raw materials, custom-make complex systems, and then install them.
The installation of sprinkler fire protection systems in all types of construction, mostly commercial, using valves hangars, steel and plastic pipe.
Within the site preperation category are occupations that prepare building sites and develop the foundation of a project.
Laying of bricks; pointing, cleaning, waterproofing and cutting of brick walls; fireproofing; construction of arches...
Union represents forty (40) shops total, each requiring different types and varying levels of skills.
Work includes the erection of all types of wooden structures, including form building, framing, inside and outside finishing...
Screening, floating and troweling of cement surfaces; work on concrete construction (buildings, floors, curbs, sidewalks, highways)...
The driving of all construction equipment: dump trucks; belly trucks; water trucks; cement trucks; road repair equipment, etc.
Iron Workers (Construction)
Structural Ironworkers unload, erect and connect fabricated iron beams to form the project skeleton.
Operating Engineers operate and maintain almost all the engine-powered machines and equipment used in the construction industry.
Includes the assembly and breakdown of all piledriving equipment, including cranes.
Insulation of mechanical systems Installation of insulation includes pasting, wiring, taping, or spraying.
Work includes repairing, fabricating and assembling boilers, tanks, vats, pressure vessels, heat exchanges and many other items made of metal plate.
The Construction Management program is designed to produce leaders with the organizational, analytical, technical, and communication abilities...
Elevator construction involves work with basic to solid state electricity and rotating DC generators.
Laborers are the backbone of the Construction Industry. Laborers perform work in nearly every facet of construction; including, but not limited to, Building, Highway & Heavy...
Work involves the assembly, erection, installation and maintenance of all types of industrial machines and equipment.
Handling of materials; laying of insulation; hauling of haughts, etc.
Sign, Display, Screen Process & Tradeshow Workers
The Sign, Display, Screen Process and Tradeshow Worker Apprenticeship Classifications are all part of this apprenticeship program.