Non Engineering Services

Painters

  • Preparing painting surfaces by washing walls, repairing holes and cracks, or removing old paint and flatting surfaces to be painted.
  • Mixing, matching, and applying paints and other finishes to various surfaces.
  • Providing decorative and faux finishes as the project requires.
  • Handling planned and prep work in an efficient manner.
  • Preparing the surrounding area by covering with cloth or plastic to prevent messes.
  • Moving furniture and equipment as necessary to reach the entire surface of the project.
  • Calculating the amount of materials and time required for said project.
  • Removing fixtures such as door knobs and light switch covers.
  • Taping off areas as needed.
  • Choosing and purchasing paint, brushes, and other supplies from vendors.
  • Quoting and negotiating job prices.
  • Cleaning up supplies and replacing fixtures when project is complete.
  • Communicating with clients to ensure they’re getting the look they’re hoping for.

Plumbers

  • Install, repair, and maintain pipes, valves, fittings, drainage systems, and fixtures in commercial and residential structures.
  • Collaborate with general contractors, electricians, and other construction professionals.
  • Follow building plans and blueprints.
  • Respond to, diagnose, and resolve plumbing emergencies.
  • Perform routine inspections of plumbing and drainage systems.
  • Light construction, carpentry, painting, plastering, flooring, ceiling and electrical work as required.

Carpenters

  • Installs foundations, walls, floors, ceilings, and roofs using materials such as: wood, steel, metal, concrete, plastics, and composites of multiple materials.
  • Fits and installs window frames, doors, door frames, door hardware, interior and exterior trim using a carpenter’s level, plumb bob, and laser levels.
  • Erects scaffolding and ladders for assembling structures above ground levels.
  • Studies specifications in blueprints, sketches, or building plans to prepare project layout and determine dimensions and materials required.
  • Shapes or cuts materials to specified measurements, using hand tools, machines, or power saws.
  • Follows established safety rules and regulations and maintaining a safe and clean environment.
  • Builds or repairs cabinets, doors, frameworks, floors, or other wooden fixtures used in buildings, using woodworking machines, hand tools, or power tools.
  • Assembles and fastens materials to make frameworks or props, using hand tools and wood screws, nails, dowel pins, or glue.
  • Removes damaged or defective parts or sections of structures and repair or replace, using hand tools.
  • Inspects ceiling or floor tile, wall coverings, siding, glass, or woodwork to detect broken or damaged structures.
  • Moves necessary materials around jobsite as assigned.
    Cleans up worksite debris.

Glazier

  • Reads architectural plans, if working on a building site.
  • Measures, marks or outlines patterns on glass.
  • Cuts glass using a glasscutter.
  • Breaks off extra glass by hand or with notched tool.
  • Fastens glass panes into wood sash frames with glazier’s points.
  • Spreads and smooths putty around edge of panes with knife to seal joints.
  • Installs mirrors or structural glass on walls, ceilings or tables.
  • Bolts metal hinges, handles, locks and other hardware to prefabricated glass doors.
  • Sets glass doors into frame and fitting hinges.
  • Applies plastic adhesive film to glass or spray glass with tinting solution to prevent light glare.
  • Installs stained glass windows.
  • Installs metal-framed glass enclosures for showers.

Tiler

  • Examining plans, measuring and marking surfaces and laying out work.
  • Preparing wall and floor surfaces by removing old tiles, grout and adhesive, filling holes and cracks, and cleaning surfaces.
  • Spreading adhesive onto prepared surfaces and tiles, and setting tiles in position.
  • Using tile-cutting tools to cut and shape tiles needed for edges and corners, and around objects such as fittings and pipes.
  • Ensuring tiles are correctly aligned and spaced.
    Grouting tiles, and cleaning and removing excess grout.
  • Applying waterproofing systems.
  • May lay coloured tiles in patterns to create mosaics.

Builder

  • Read blueprints, construction safety plans, and quality plans.
  • Loads and unloads tools and building materials into work vehicles.
  • Follows all local and national building codes and regulations.
  • Follows written and verbal instructions from the construction manager.
  • Uses hand tools, power tools, and heavy construction tools to complete construction projects.
  • Builds temporary structures at the construction site, such as signs, scaffolding, ramps, and barricades.
  • Drives work vehicles to and from construction sites.
  • Reports any issues to the construction manager.
  • Adheres to all safety rules and regulations.

Roofer

  • Repair roofs, including filling in holes, replacing missing or damaged tiles and flashing, , removing water damaged pieces and more.
  • Install new roofs by measuring the current dimensions of the house and cutting the roofing materials to ensure a perfect fit.
  • Inspect roofs when a customer wants a routine examination done, and create comprehensive reports for any problem areas and potential solutions.
  • Establish scaffolding and other pieces of safety equipment, and ensure everyone on the worksite is always working in a safe, secure manner.
  • Install proper insulation in the attic area, and tear out any old insulation that does not meet current standards and guidelines.
  • Apply paint to the surface of the roof.

Paver

  • Preparation of pave surfaces.
  • Laying of interlocking, blocks, and decorative paving stones.
  • Replacing broken or missing blocks or bricks.
  • Sealing and grouting between paving blocks or bricks.
  • Laying pavement as per Customer requirements.
  • High pressure cleaning of paving.
  • Clearing weeds, or growth between blocks or bricks.
  • General curb installation and sealing or painting.
  • Maintenance on all types of paving.

Cleaning Services

  • Responsible for all basic cleaning in and around residences or office buildings.
  • Cleans floors and rooms, including dust mopping, damp mopping, sweeping, vacuuming, dusting, picking up larger objects off the floor, and spot cleaning glass and windows.
  • Cleans restrooms, including restocking dispensers, emptying trash, cleaning and sanitizing fixtures, cleaning mirrors, spot cleaning partition doors and walls, sweeping and mopping tile floors, and cleaning toilets and urinals.
  • Vacuums, empties trash, and replaces liners.
  • Sets up, stocks, and maintains cleaning equipment and supplies.
  • Monitors and maintains sanitation and organization of assigned areas.
  • Transports dirty linens to correct area to be cleaned and restocks areas with clean linens.
  • Assists other departments when needed to ensure optimum service to guests.
  • Performs additional duties as needed.

Logistics (Supplier)

  • Safely and efficiently performs assigned processes to meet the required daily logistics activities.
  • Collaborates and communicates with logistics technicians, customer service representatives, quality personnel, and others involved in the shipment and receipt of products about information related to the shipment.
  • Compiles carrier and route assignments.
  • Tracks, traces, and updates the status of shipments.
  • Successfully conducts and completes all assigned trainings.
  • Oversees hazardous waste storage areas, hazardous waste documentation, equipment, and procedures.
  • Understands and follows proper spills and emergency clean-up procedures.
  • Prepares hazardous waste shipments, including proper labelling of all hazardous waste.
  • Provides additional backup support for shipping and receiving departments.