Ironworker

Build something that will last.

Imagine building something people will work and/or live in for decades, maybe centuries. That’s you, way up there, doing the heavy lifting and making sure the work is good enough to last for generations. Assembly of structural framework according to engineering specifications. Ironworker duties may include interpreting blueprints, ability to work at heights, load and offload equipment and materials, assemble rigging, join steel parts by bolting or tacking, align holes, assemble and erect pre-fabricated metal structures and more. Some day, you’ll be driving around with your grandchildren and say, “Look, kids: I built that.”

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