We work on small and large construction projects, such as :
Malls & etc
Building cages by tying steel reinforcement bars
Collaborating with engineering designers, steel erectors and other construction workers
Determining the required materials for a project based on the building plans
Fabricating steel reinforcements like footing pads, beams or special units
Fitting supports, such as chairs and spacers
Fixing steel to concrete bases
Following engineering or technical plans to set out the work area
Installing pre-cast slabs and beams
Keeping setting concrete in place by using rebar to build special casts
Using power and hand tools to bend and cut mesh or bars
Workplace safety is essential for all construction professionals to be mindful of following and forcing. It is often important for steel fixers to act in consideration of the health and safety of others by following safety regulations. They might also protect themselves by wearing certain protective gear to prevent injury or accident. It may also be helpful to have some first aid training in the event of minor injuries.
Ability to work under pressure
It's important for steel fixers to be able to work under pressure so they're able to meet the strict deadlines for various construction projects. Similarly, it's helpful for them to be comfortable working at heights or in dangerous areas. The ability to work under pressure may also help steel fixers complete repetitive tasks successfully, which is important when performing practical, hands-on work.
Steel fixers often work with other professionals on construction sites, so it's important they have excellent teamwork skills to work as part of a group or team successfully. This may help them share a common goal and determine a good sense of what's right and wrong for a project. Similarly, it's essential for steel fixers to work with related professionals, such as steel erectors or engineering designers, to ensure successful project completion.