Featured Trades Profile

Construction labourers assist skilled tradespersons and perform tasks such as preparing and cleaning up construction sites, moving construction materials and equipment, and performing demolition and excavation activities. They may also install and remove hoarding and concrete forms, mix, pour and spread concrete or asphalt, perform basic maintenance on motorized equipment, clean up debris and contaminants, and direct traffic. Construction labourers are employed on residential, commercial, industrial and civil engineering projects.

For more information on becoming a Labourer, please contact Franco, or check out the following career path document.

Labourers’ International Union of North America – Local 615

Business Manager: Franco Callegari
Phone: 902-450-5626

Did you know?

Trade unions in Nova Scotia invest more than $7 million in training annually.

There are over 2,700 apprentices in Nova Scotia’s Building Trades

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