Project Engineer, Foreman and Superintendent
Construction managers manage their project in a way that will ensure its completion on the agreed budget and time using specialized project management techniques.
A construction laborer (or construction worker) handles many of the physically demanding tasks on construction sites . In addition, they can operate equipment and machines, like concrete mixers, jackhammers, saws, drills, and may clean and maintain a site.
Construction inspectors are responsible for daily reports, quantity measurements, material testing and all duties associated with ensuring the proper inspection of highway and bridge construction related projects.
Truck, Heavy & Tractor
Drivers operate vehicles involved in the construction industry, such as forklifts, dump trucks, mixer trucks, asphalt rollers, crew buses and fuel trucks . Some require a Commercial Driver's License (CDL) in order to operate.
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Drones allow safer access to sites and structures, by avoiding hazards such as working at heights, or working over water or along steep slopes.
Watch the video below to see drone footage