Manpower and Professionals


Engineer – An engineer is a person who uses scientific knowledge to design, construct, and maintain engines and machines or structures such as buildings, roads, railways, bridges etc.

Architect –An architect is a trained professional who plans and designs structures and is often involved in their construction. Architects have received extensive training in both the art and science of architectural design. Architects must be properly certified since they are responsible for the safety of the people who live in their structures.

Carpenter– A person who builds or repairs wooden structures, such as houses, scaffolds, or shelving.

Foreman– A foreman is in charge of monitoring that everything running well on a construction site. They are in charge of acting as the point of contact between construction workers and supervisors. A foreman’s main responsibilities include coordinating tasks for the day, creating worker schedules, monitoring site quality, and managing the budget. They must also report on the project’s progress to their supervisors. A foreman may advance to the positions of construction supervisor or construction manager.

Laborer/Helper– A person who does unskilled physical work for wages.

Mason- A tradesperson who constructs structures from natural or manufactured mineral materials such as stones, bricks, cinder blocks, or tiles, typically with the use of mortar or cement as a bonding agent.

Heavy Equipment Operator-A heavy equipment operator is responsible for driving or controlling construction equipment such as forklifts, cargo trucks, bulldozers, hydraulic truck cranes, backhoes, and dump trucks. They use this technology to help build things such as bridges, roads, and buildings.

Pipe Fitter- is a qualified tradesperson who organizes, assembles, creates, and maintains mechanical piping systems that must resist high pressure. These systems are often industrial in nature, and include heating and cooling systems as well as work with steam, ventilation, hydraulics, chemicals, and fuel.

Plumber-A plumber is a tradesperson who installs and maintains systems for potable (drinking) water, sewage, and drainage in plumbing systems.

Safety Officer– Safety officers offer safety management, guidance, monitoring, and reporting in the workplace, as well as engage employees in initiatives that promote safe working practices.

Steel Man – A steel man is a skilled worker who is in charge of steel work on a construction site.

Welder– A welder is a trained worker who uses strong heat and gas to connect metal together or fill and repair holes in metal construction. In addition, some welders operate underwater to repair oil rig foundations and ship hulls, among other subaquatic constructions.