Civils/Construction Level 3 Apprenticeship

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Is this course for me?

This course will provide you with the skills and knowledge needed for an exciting career in the Construction industry. Career include: building surveying, quantity surveying, site management and architecture.

What will I study?

Apprentices will study 12 units, delivered one day a week in our Centre of Excellence for Engineering. This programme is delivered over 2 years. Units are internally assessed and include: Health, Safety and Welfare in Construction and the Built Environment, Sustainable Construction, Mathematics in Construction and the Built Environment, Construction Technology and Design in Construction and Civil Engineering, Building Technology in Construction or Construction in Civil Engineering, Project Management in Construction and the Built Environment, Surveying in Construction and Civil Engineering, CAD in Construction, Personal and Professional Development in the Built Environment, Structural Mechanics in Construction & Civil Engineering.

How long is the course?

Up to 18 months

How will I be assessed?

By continuous external and internal assessment, and completion of a portfolio containing work/college based evidence. Work based units are assessed on site by assessors.

What qualifications do I need?

You must be employed in the industry and have a minumum of 5 GCSEs graded 9-5 including Maths. If you don't currently have an employer and would like to undertake an apprenticeship, take a look at our vacancies at www.wigan leigh.ac.uk/apprenticeshipvacan

What can I progress onto?

Progress on to a full time job or progress within the industry or higher education qualifications

Other Information

If you don't currently have an employer and would like to undertake an apprenticeship, take a look at our vacancies at www.wigan-leigh.ac.uk/Apprenticeship-Vacancies

Course Fees

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Production Managers and Directors in Construction

Production managers and directors in construction direct and co-ordinate resources for the construction and maintenance of civil and structural engineering works including houses, flats, factories, roads and runways, bridges, tunnels and railway works, harbour, dock and marine works and water supply, drainage and sewage works.

Requirements: Level 3 NVQ; A Levels

Opportunities

5.54%
RISE in employment in 5 years

What could you earn

£22,755
Entry
£49,462
Median
£108,992
Potential

Typical Tasks

  • Receives reports upon work in progress to ensure that materials and construction methods meet with specifications and statutory requirements and that there are no deviations from agreed plans.
  • Plans, directs and co-ordinates the construction and maintenance of civil and structural engineering works, including demolition, open-cast mining works and pipeline and piling.
  • Receives invitations to tender, arranges for estimates and liaises with client, architect and engineers for the preparation of contracts.
  • Liaises with other managers to plan overall production activity and construction activities, sets quality standards and estimates timescales and costs.

Knowledge

Building and Construction Production and Processing Design Administration and Management Engineering and Technology Customer and Personal Service Mechanical Mathematics English Language Public Safety and Security Personnel and Human Resources Law and Government

Skills

Monitoring Writing Speaking Critical Thinking Active Listening Reading Comprehension Active Learning Learning Strategies
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Building and Civil Engineering Technicians

Building and civil engineering technicians perform a variety of technical support functions to assist civil and building engineers.

Requirements: Level 3 NVQ; A Levels

Opportunities

7.23%
RISE in employment in 5 years

What could you earn

£22,110
Entry
£33,862
Median
£53,144
Potential

Typical Tasks

  • Inspects construction materials and supervises work of contractors to ensure compliance with specifications and arranges remedial work as necessary.
  • Sets out construction site, supervises excavations and marks out position of building work to be undertaken.
  • Performs calculations and collects, records and interprets data.
  • Sets up apparatus and equipment and undertakes field and laboratory tests of soil and work materials.

Knowledge

Mathematics Design Engineering and Technology Computers and Electronics English Language

Skills

Mathematics Reading Comprehension Active Learning Critical Thinking Writing Active Listening Speaking Learning Strategies
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Inspectors of Standards and Regulations

Inspectors of standards and regulations undertake investigations and inspections to verify and ensure compliance with acts, regulations and other requirements in respect of: buildings; weights, measures and trade descriptions; the installation and safety of electrical, gas and water supplies and equipment; marine pollution, ships’ structures, equipment and accommodation; the treatment of animals; the operation of commercial vehicles; the welfare, health and safety in factories and all work sites subject to the provisions in the Factory Acts.

Requirements: Honours, Bachelor's degree

Opportunities

3.7%
RISE in employment in 5 years

What could you earn

£29,078
Entry
£41,267
Median
£65,520
Potential

Typical Tasks

  • Prepares reports and recommendations on all inspections made and recommends legal action where necessary.
  • Undertakes other inspections including chemicals, drugs, flight operations, etc..
  • Visits premises where animals are kept, advises on animal care and investigates complaints.
  • Checks fishing licences and prevents illegal fishing.
  • Samples and tests river water, checks and advises on premises discharging effluent to prevent pollution.
  • Verifies the weight of commercial vehicles, checks driver.
  • Investigates industrial accidents or any complaints made by the public.
  • Draws attention to any irregularities or infringements of regulations and advises on ways of rectifying them.
  • Visits sites during construction and inspects completed installations of electricity, gas or water supply.
  • Inspects factories and other work sites to ensure adequate cleanliness, temperature, lighting and ventilation, checks for fire hazards and inspects storage and handling arrangements of dangerous materials.
  • Inspects measuring and similar equipment in factories and visits street traders, shops, garages and other premises to check scales, weights and measuring equipment.
  • Inspects building structures, facilities and sites to determine suitability for habitation, compliance with regulations and for insurance purposes.
  • Examines building plans to ensure compliance with local, statutory and other requirements.

Knowledge

Education and Training Customer and Personal Service Public Safety and Security Building and Construction Engineering and Technology Mathematics English Language Chemistry Clerical Mechanical Psychology Law and Government Computers and Electronics Administration and Management

Skills

Reading Comprehension Active Listening Monitoring Speaking Writing Active Learning Critical Thinking Mathematics Learning Strategies Science
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Electricians and Electrical Fitters

Electricians and electrical fitters assemble parts in the manufacture of electrical and electronic equipment, and install, maintain, and repair electrical plant, machinery, appliances and wiring.

Requirements: Level 3 NVQ; A Levels

Opportunities

3.88%
RISE in employment in 5 years

What could you earn

£22,090
Entry
£35,069
Median
£47,653
Potential

Typical Tasks

  • Examines electrical plant or machinery, domestic appliances and other electrical assembly for faults using test equipment and replaces worn parts and faulty wiring.
  • Installs electrical plant, machinery and other electrical fixtures and appliances such as fuse boxes, generators, light sockets etc..
  • Assembles parts and sub-assemblies using hand tools and by brazing, riveting or welding.
  • Cuts, bends and installs electrical conduit.
  • Selects, cuts and lays wires and connects to sockets, plugs or terminals by crimping, soldering, brazing or bolting.
  • Examines drawings, specifications and wiring diagrams to determine the method and sequence of operations.

Knowledge

Mechanical Mathematics Building and Construction Design Education and Training Physics Engineering and Technology Administration and Management Telecommunications Computers and Electronics Customer and Personal Service English Language

Skills

Critical Thinking Reading Comprehension Speaking Monitoring Active Listening
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Steel Erectors

Steel erectors fit and erect structural metal framework for buildings and other structures such as metal chimneys.

Requirements: Level 3 NVQ; A Levels

Opportunities

0.24%
FALL in employment in 5 years

What could you earn

£17,202
Entry
£26,042
Median
£36,442
Potential

Typical Tasks

  • Checks alignment of metal parts using spirit level and plumb-rule.
  • Arranges for or undertakes bolting and welding of metal parts.
  • Directs hoisting and positioning of girders and other metal parts and checks alignment.
  • Erects ladders, scaffolding or working cage.
  • Examines drawings and specifications to assess job requirements.

Knowledge

Building and Construction Mechanical Mathematics Engineering and Technology Production and Processing English Language Education and Training Design Customer and Personal Service Public Safety and Security Personnel and Human Resources

Skills

Active Listening Speaking Monitoring Critical Thinking Active Learning Mathematics Learning Strategies Reading Comprehension
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Bricklayers and Masons

Bricklayers and masons erect and repair structures of stone, brick and similar materials and cut, shape and polish granite, marble, slate and other stone for building, ornamental and other purposes.

Requirements: Level 3 NVQ; A Levels

Opportunities

4.53%
RISE in employment in 5 years

What could you earn

£18,886
Entry
£27,976
Median
£39,125
Potential

Typical Tasks

  • Levels, aligns and embeds stone in mortar and faces brick, concrete or steel frame with stone to make and repair structures.
  • Uses hand and power tools to shape, trim, carve, cut letters in and polish stone.
  • Spreads mortar on foundations and bricks, and places, levels and aligns bricks in mortar bed.
  • Marks and cuts stone using hammers, mallet and hand or pneumatic chisels.
  • Examines drawings, photographs and specifications to determine job requirements.

Knowledge

Building and Construction Mathematics Education and Training Mechanical Design Public Safety and Security Production and Processing

Skills

Mathematics Critical Thinking Reading Comprehension Learning Strategies Active Listening Monitoring Speaking Active Learning
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Roofers, Roof Tilers and Slaters

Job holders in this unit group cover roofs and exterior walls with felting, sheeting, slates, tiles and thatch to provide a waterproof surface.

Requirements: Level 3 NVQ; A Levels

Opportunities

1.23%
FALL in employment in 5 years

What could you earn

£16,536
Entry
£24,856
Median
£36,005
Potential

Typical Tasks

  • Seals edges of roof with mortar and ensures that joints are watertight.
  • Lays, aligns and secures successive overlapping layers of roofing material.
  • Lays and secures underfelt and covers with hot bitumen or other adhesive compound.
  • Cuts wooden battens, felt and underfelt to required size.
  • Measures roof or exterior wall and calculates required amounts of underfelt, tiles, slates or thatching material.

Knowledge

Building and Construction

Skills

Mathematics Critical Thinking Learning Strategies Monitoring Speaking Active Learning Reading Comprehension Active Listening Writing
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Plumbers and Heating and Ventilating Engineers

Jobholders in this unit group assemble, install, maintain and repair plumbing fixtures, heating and ventilating systems and pipes and pipeline systems in commercial, residential and industrial premises and public buildings.

Requirements: Level 3 NVQ; A Levels

Opportunities

3.36%
RISE in employment in 5 years

What could you earn

£20,405
Entry
£32,552
Median
£45,698
Potential

Typical Tasks

  • Repairs burst pipes and mechanical and combustion faults and replaces faulty taps, washers, valves, etc.
  • Attaches fittings and joins piping by welding, soldering, cementing, fusing, screwing or other methods.
  • Tests completed installation for leaks and makes any necessary adjustments.
  • Installs fittings such as storage tanks, cookers, baths, toilets, taps and valves, refrigerators, boilers, radiators and fires.
  • Measures and cuts required lengths of copper, lead, steel, iron, aluminium or plastic using hand or machine tools.
  • Examines drawings and specifications to determine layout of system.

Knowledge

Building and Construction Mechanical Customer and Personal Service Design Physics Engineering and Technology Mathematics English Language Administration and Management

Skills

Active Learning Mathematics Critical Thinking Learning Strategies Reading Comprehension Active Listening Monitoring Speaking
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Carpenters and Joiners

Carpenters and joiners construct, erect, install and repair wooden structures and fittings used in internal and external frameworks and cut, shape, fit and assemble wood to make templates, jigs, scale models and scenic equipment for theatres.

Requirements: Level 3 NVQ; A Levels

Opportunities

4.02%
RISE in employment in 5 years

What could you earn

£16,245
Entry
£24,960
Median
£34,466
Potential

Typical Tasks

  • Maintains and repairs woodwork and fittings.
  • Checks accuracy of work with square, rule and spirit level.
  • Aligns and fixes prepared wood pieces by screwing, nailing, gluing and dowelling to form frames, shop fronts, counter units, decking, theatrical sets, furniture, small wooden craft, scale models and wooden templates.
  • Selects and measures appropriate wood and cuts, shapes and drills to specification using saws, planes, chisels and other power or hand tools.
  • Examines drawings and specifications to determine job requirements.

Knowledge

Building and Construction Mechanical Mathematics Production and Processing Engineering and Technology Design Public Safety and Security Law and Government

Skills

Speaking Mathematics Critical Thinking Active Learning Learning Strategies Monitoring Active Listening Reading Comprehension
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Glaziers, Window Fabricators and Fitters

Job holders in this unit group install pre-glazed wooden, metal or PVC framework, and cut, fit and set glass in windows, doors, shop fronts, and other structural frames.

Requirements: Level 2 NVQ; GCSE at grades A*-C

Opportunities

2.73%
RISE in employment in 5 years

What could you earn

£14,560
Entry
£20,675
Median
£29,557
Potential

Typical Tasks

  • Fixes mirror panels to interior and exterior walls and repairs and replaces broken glass.
  • Applies mastic, putty or adhesive between glass and frame and trims off excess with knife.
  • Smoothes edges of glass and positions and secures in frame or grooved lead strips.
  • Scores plain, coloured, safety and ornamental glass with hand cutter and breaks off glass by hand or with pliers.
  • Examines drawings or specifications to determine job requirements.

Knowledge

Building and Construction Mechanical Mathematics Customer and Personal Service

Skills

Mathematics Critical Thinking Active Listening Reading Comprehension Speaking Writing
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Construction and Building Trades n.e.c.

Those working in construction and building trades n.e.c. undertake a variety of tasks in the construction, alteration, maintenance and repair of buildings, steeples, industrial chimneys and other tall structures, and of underwater structures not elsewhere classified in MINOR GROUP 531: Construction and Building Trades.

Requirements: Level 3 NVQ; A Levels

Opportunities

4.45%
RISE in employment in 5 years

What could you earn

£13,333
Entry
£19,968
Median
£28,891
Potential

Typical Tasks

  • Checks and puts on diving suit and equipment and descends underwater to carry out construction, maintenance and repair tasks on sites such as oil rigs, harbours, bridges etc.
  • Erects and repairs fencing.
  • Maintains and repairs steeples, industrial chimneys and other high structures, and installs and replaces lightning conductors.
  • Installs plumbing fixtures, woodwork structures and fittings, and sets glass in frames.
  • Pours and levels concrete, prepares surfaces for painting and plastering, and mixes and applies plaster and paint.
  • Lays bricks, tiles and building blocks to construct, repair and decorate buildings.
  • Selects, measures and cuts steel bars, rods and wire to required lengths, positions and fixes reinforcements into position and tensions as required using hydraulic jacks.
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Plasterers

Plasterers apply plaster and cement mixtures to walls and ceilings, fix fibrous sheets and cast and fix ornamental plasterwork to the interior or exterior of buildings.

Requirements: Level 3 NVQ; A Levels

Opportunities

5.93%
RISE in employment in 5 years

What could you earn

£21,278
Entry
£31,824
Median
£45,406
Potential

Typical Tasks

  • Checks surface level using line, spirit level and straight edge.
  • Covers and seals joints between boards and finishes surface.
  • Measures, cuts, installs and secures plaster board and/or ornamental plasterwork to walls and ceilings.
  • Pours liquid plaster into mould to cast ornamental plaster work.
  • Applies and smoothes one or more coats of plaster and produces a finished surface, using hand tools or mechanical spray.
  • Mixes, or directs the mixing of, plaster to desired consistency.

Knowledge

Building and Construction Mathematics Mechanical Design Public Safety and Security Customer and Personal Service Production and Processing Education and Training English Language Law and Government

Skills

Mathematics Monitoring Critical Thinking Learning Strategies Speaking Active Listening Reading Comprehension Active Learning Writing
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Floorers and Wall Tilers

Floorers and wall tilers lay composition mixtures (other than mastic asphalt) to form flooring, plan, fit and secure carpet, underlay and linoleum and cover and decorate walls and floors with terrazzo and granolithic mixtures, tiles and mosaic panels.

Requirements: Level 3 NVQ; A Levels

Opportunities

0.67%
RISE in employment in 5 years

What could you earn

£19,302
Entry
£27,331
Median
£38,834
Potential

Typical Tasks

  • Mixes cement screed or other adhesive, cuts and positions floor and wall tiles and checks alignment of tiling with spirit level.
  • Finishes covering by rolling, smoothing, grouting or polishing.
  • Examines premises to plan suitable layout and cuts, lays and secures underlay, carpet and linoleum.
  • Cleans floor surface, fixes wooden laying guides and mixes, pours and levels granite and terrazzo mixtures, bitumen, synthetic resin or other composition mixtures to form flooring.
  • Examines drawings and specifications to determine job requirements.

Knowledge

Building and Construction Mathematics Production and Processing Customer and Personal Service

Skills

Mathematics Critical Thinking Active Listening Learning Strategies Monitoring Reading Comprehension Active Learning Speaking
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Painters and Decorators

Those working in this unit group apply paint, varnish, wallpaper and other protective and decorative materials to interior and exterior walls and surfaces, paint designs on wood, glass, metal, plastics and other materials, and stain, wax and french polish wood surfaces by hand.

Requirements: Level 3 NVQ; A Levels

Opportunities

2.56%
RISE in employment in 5 years

What could you earn

£13,333
Entry
£19,552
Median
£27,602
Potential

Typical Tasks

  • Stains, waxes and french polishes wood surfaces by hand.
  • Mixes adhesive or removes self-adhesive backing and positions covering material on wall, matching up patterns where appropriate and removing wrinkles and air bubbles by hand or brush.
  • Applies primer, undercoat and finishing coat(s) using brush, roller, or spray equipment.
  • Prepares surfaces by cleaning, sanding and filling cracks and holes with appropriate filler.
  • Erects working platform or scaffolding up to five metres in height.

Knowledge

Customer and Personal Service Building and Construction English Language Administration and Management Mathematics Clerical Transportation Public Safety and Security

Skills

Monitoring Active Listening Learning Strategies Speaking Critical Thinking Active Learning Reading Comprehension
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Construction and Building Trades Supervisors

Construction and building trades supervisors oversee operations and directly supervise and coordinate the activities of workers in construction and building trades.

Requirements: Level 3 NVQ; A Levels

Opportunities

6.59%
RISE in employment in 5 years

What could you earn

£27,747
Entry
£39,874
Median
£58,240
Potential

Typical Tasks

  • Reports as required to managerial staff on work-related matters.
  • Determines or recommends staffing and other needs to meet productivity requirements.
  • Liaises with managers and contractors to resolve operational problems.
  • Establishes and monitors work schedules to meet productivity requirements.
  • Directly supervises and coordinates the activities of construction and building workers and/or subcontractors.

Knowledge

Building and Construction Administration and Management Design Customer and Personal Service Engineering and Technology Mathematics Mechanical English Language Public Safety and Security Personnel and Human Resources

Skills

Monitoring Writing Speaking Critical Thinking Active Listening Reading Comprehension Active Learning Learning Strategies
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Scaffolders, Stagers and Riggers

Job holders in this unit group erect and dismantle scaffolding and working platforms, set up lifting equipment and ships’ rigging, maintain and repair steeples, industrial chimneys and other tall structures and install, maintain and repair ropes, wires and cables.

Requirements: Level 2 NVQ; GCSE at grades A*-C

Opportunities

2.08%
FALL in employment in 5 years

What could you earn

£26,395
Entry
£41,496
Median
£61,901
Potential

Typical Tasks

  • Forms rope slings, ladders, netting and other rigging and measures, cuts and repairs wire or fibre rope.
  • Erects jib, derrick and similar hoisting equipment and installs ropes, pulleys and other lifting tackle.
  • Lays and secures wooden planking to form working platforms and fixes guard rails, ladders, cradles and awnings as required.
  • Examines scaffold tubing and couplings for defects and selects, fits and bolts scaffold tubes until scaffolding reaches required height.
  • Examines drawings and specifications to determine job requirements.

Knowledge

Building and Construction Mechanical

Skills

Mathematics Reading Comprehension Active Listening
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Road Construction Operatives

Road construction operatives construct, repair and maintain roads and lay paving slabs and kerbstones to form pavements and street gutters.

Requirements: Level 2 NVQ; GCSE at grades A*-C

Opportunities

0.25%
FALL in employment in 5 years

What could you earn

£20,259
Entry
£30,430
Median
£44,346
Potential

Typical Tasks

  • Removes damaged paving slabs and kerb stones, lays bedding of sand, concrete or mortar on prepared foundation, lays new slabs or stones and fills joints with mortar.
  • Spreads aggregate over road surfaces using shovel and lays markings on road surface.
  • Spreads bitumen, tar or asphalt and compacts surface using roller.
  • Heats bitumen in bucket, applies it to newly laid asphalt and beats or draws tamper head on asphalt to close joints.
  • Cuts away broken road surface with pick or pneumatic drill.
  • Inspects road surfaces for hazards or signs of deterioration, clears mud, weeds and debris from road and spreads grit or salt as required.

Knowledge

Customer and Personal Service Mechanical Public Safety and Security Building and Construction Transportation

Skills

Reading Comprehension Active Learning Critical Thinking Learning Strategies Active Listening Speaking Writing
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Rail Construction and Maintenance Operatives

Rail construction and maintenance operatives lay, re-lay, repair and examine railway track and maintain surrounding areas.

Requirements: Level 2 NVQ; GCSE at grades A*-C

Opportunities

0.11%
FALL in employment in 5 years

What could you earn

£21,694
Entry
£31,450
Median
£46,405
Potential

Typical Tasks

  • Fastens together sections of rail by bolting fishplates to rails.
  • Positions lengths of rail, sets of points and crossovers and secures rail with bolts, wooden wedges or clips.
  • Spreads ballast and lays sleepers or metal plates at specified intervals.
  • Lubricates points, examines fences, drains, culverts and embankments and carries out any necessary maintenance.
  • Checks tightness of bolts and wedges, replaces damaged rail chairs and repacks ballast under sleepers if necessary.
  • Patrols length of track and visually inspects rails, bolts, fishplates and chairs for distortion or fracture.

Knowledge

Mechanical Building and Construction Transportation Public Safety and Security

Skills

Reading Comprehension Active Listening Learning Strategies Critical Thinking Active Learning Speaking Monitoring Writing
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Construction Operatives n.e.c.

Workers in this unit group operate insulating equipment, fix plasterboard or dry linings to ceilings and walls, help construct, maintain, repair and demolish buildings and clean and resurface eroded stonework, lay, join and examine pipe sections for drainage, gas, water or similar piping systems and carry out a variety of other construction operative tasks not elsewhere classified in MINOR GROUP 814: Construction Operatives.

Requirements: Level 2 NVQ; GCSE at grades A*-C

Opportunities

2.73%
RISE in employment in 5 years

What could you earn

£17,950
Entry
£25,958
Median
£38,688
Potential

Typical Tasks

  • Tests joints with electronic test equipment or by filling piping with water, smoke or compressed air.
  • Joints pipe by sealing with rubber, cement, lead, etc., connects piping to manholes and attaches pipe junctions as required.
  • Selects appropriate asbestos, clay, concrete, plastic or metal pipe sections and lowers them into prepared trenches using hoisting equipment.
  • Cuts, shapes and fits wood, lays bricks and tiles, cleans exterior surfaces of buildings and resurfaces eroded stone or brickwork, and performs other tasks in the construction, alteration, repair and demolition of buildings.
  • Selects appropriate plasterboard or dry lining panels, cuts them to required size and fixes them to ceilings and walls.
  • Fills machine with insulating mixture, positions hose, drills access hole and fills cavities or coats surfaces to prevent loss or absorption of heat and provide fire protection.
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