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Boilermaker, works in nuclear and fossil power plants, shipyards, refineries and chemical plants, on boilers, pressure vessels, and similar equipment.

Carpenter, a craftsman who performs carpentry, building mainly with wood. Among carpentry’s subsidiary trades are those of cabinet maker and millworker, cladder, framer, joiner, and roofer. Carpenters unions usually include drywall installer/lather, flooring installer, pile driver, millwright, diver, and diver tender.

Carpet Layer, one who specializes in laying carpet.

Dredger, may include Lead Dredgeman, Operator, Leverman, Licensed Tug Operator, Derrick Operator, Spider/Spill Barge Operator, Engineer, Electrician, Chief Welder, Chief Mate, Fill Placer, Operator II, Maintenance Engineer, Licensed Boat Operator, Certified Welder, Mate, Drag Barge Operator, Steward, Assistant Fill Placer, Welder, Boat Operator, Shoreman, Deckhand, Rodman, Scowman, Cook, Messman, Porter/Janitor, and Oiler.

Electrician, specializing in electrical wiring of buildings and related equipment. Electricians may be employed in the construction of new buildings or maintenance of existing electrical infrastructure.[2] High voltage line and substation construction and maintenance trade titles under electrician include Lineman, Groundman, Digging Machine Operator, Truck Driver, Cable Splicer, Material Man.

Heavy Equipment Operator.


Flagman and Tree Trimmer.

Elevator Mechanic installs vertical lift and transporting equipment.

Fencer, a tradesman who builds fences.

Glazier, installs glass. May be included with Painters.

Heavy equipment operator, a driver and operator of heavy equipment used in engineering and construction projects.[3] There may be many special function titles, such as Bargeman, Brakeman, Compressor operator, Elevator operator, Engineer Oiler, Forklift operator, Generator, pump or compressor plant operator, Signalman, Switchman, Conveyor operator, Fireman, Skiploader operator, Helicopter radioman, Boring machine operator, Boxman or mixerman, Asphalt plant engineer, Batch plant operator, Bit sharpener, Micro tunnel system operator, Pavement breaker operator, Drill Doctor, Drilling machine operator, Rotary drill operator, Canal liner operator, Canal trimmer operator, etc.

Insulation installer. Includes application of all insulating materials, protective coverings, coatings and finishes to all types of mechanical systems. Also Hazardous Material Handler.

Ironworker or Steel Erector), erects or dismantles structural steel frames. Structural steel installation is usually crane-assisted. Workers rely on mobile, elevated platforms or scissor lifts. Ironworkers bolt the steelwork together using various tools, power tools and manual tools. Metallic Lathers may be included in this category.

Laborer, a skilled worker proficient with pneumatic tools, hand tools, blasting, smaller heavy equipment. Laborers may also assist other tradesmen.

Landscaper, a tradesmen who specializes in landscaping.

Mason, a tradesman skilled variously in brick and block laying, concrete finishing (the placement, finishing, protecting and repairing of concrete in construction projects).  Also stonemason, marble setter and Polisher, tile setter and polisher, terrazzo worker and finisher. Hod carrier is a subsidiary trade.

Millwright installs various industrial equipment.

House painter and Decorator, a tradesman responsible for the painting and decorating of buildings, and is also known as a decorator or house painter. Also includes Paper Hanger, and may include Glazier.

Pile Driver, a tradesman who installs piles, drills shafts, and constructs certain foundation support elements.

Plasterer, a tradesman who works with plaster, such as forming a layer of plaster on an interior wall or plaster decorative moldings on ceilings or walls.

Plumber, a tradesman who specializes in installing and maintaining systems used for plumbing, heating, drainage, potable (drinking) water or small-sized industrial process plant piping.

Pipefitter or Steamfitter, a person who lays out, assembles, fabricates, maintains, and repairs large-sized piping systems capable of enabling high-pressure flow.

Sheet Metal Worker installs HVAC ductwork and related work.

Fire Sprinkler Installer, installs fire sprinkler systems. May be included with Plumber.

Safety manager / Safety Officer.

Site manager.

Steel Fixer (“ironworker” also “rodbuster”), a tradesman who positions and secures reinforcing bars and mesh used to reinforce concrete on construction projects. This trade is usually included with Ironworkers.

Truck Driver, or teamster, generally drives a truck or vehicle of some kind, but may also work on material handling and storage

Water Proofer.

Welder, a tradesman who specializes in welding.

Targeted Classes

More than 50 class codes available
Artisan Contractor Classes:
90089 Advertising Signs Companies – Outdoors
91111 Air Conditioning Systems or Equipment – Dealers or Distributors & Installation, Servicing or Repair
91155 Appliances & Accessories Installation Service / Repair – Households
91150 Appliances & Accessories Installation Service / Repair – Commercial
91315 Cable T.V. Installation
91340 Carpentry – Construction of Residential Property Not Exceeding Three Stories in Height
91341 Carpentry – Interior / Finish
91342 Carpentry – NOC
91343 Carpentry – Shop Only
91405 Carpet, Rug or Upholstery Cleaning on Customer’s Premises
91436 Ceiling or Wall Installation
91523 Cleaning Outside / Pressure Washing
91481 Chimney Cleaning / Sweep
91560 Concrete Construction
91629 Debris Removal – Construction Site
91746 Door / Window Installation Metal
92215 Driveway, Parking Area or Sidewalk Paving or Repaving
92338 Dry Wall or Wall Board Installation
92451 Electrical Apparatus – Install or Repair
92478 Electrical Work – Within Buildings
94276 Fence Erection Contractors
94569 Floor Covering Installation Not Ceramic Tile or Stone
95124 Furniture or Fixture Installation
53734 Furniture Stripping / Refinishing
13590 Glass Dealers & Glaziers – not over 3 Stories
95487 Greenhouse Erection
95625 Handyman – Residential
95647 Heating or Combined Heating & Air Conditioning Systems or Equipment, Dealers or Distributors & Installation, Servicing or Repair – No Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Equipment Sales or Work
96053 House Furnishings Installation
96408 Insulation Work – Plastic
96409 Insulation Work – Mineral
96410 Insulation Work – Organic
96611 Interior Decorators
96816 Janitorial Services
97047 Landscape Gardening
97050 Lawn Care Services
97447 Masonry
97650 Metal Work – Decorative or Artistic
98111 Offices, Machines or Appliances
98304 Painting – Exterior Buildings or Structures, Three Stories or Less in Height
98305 Painting – Interior Buildings or Structures
98344 Paperhanging
98449 Plastering or Stucco Work
98483 Plumbing – Residential or Domestic
98502 Prefabricated Building Erection > 2 stories
91300 Remodeling Contractor
98677 Roofing – Commercial or Residential 3+ Stories
98678 Roofing – Residential
91523 Pressure Washing see Cleaning Outside
98636 Refrigeration Equipment
98805 Septic Tank Systems Cleaning
98806 Septic Tank Systems – Install, Servicing
98813 Sewer Cleaning
98884 Sheet Metal Work
98967 Siding Installation
98993 Sign Erection Installation Repair
99003 Sign Painting or Lettering – Inside
99004 Sign Painting or Lettering – Outside
99080 Solar Energy Contractor
99613 Telephone or Cable Construction
99746 Tile, Stone, Marble, Mosaic or Terrazzo Work – Interior Construction
99650 TV / Radio Rec. Set – Residential
99777 Tree Pruning, Dusting, Spraying, Trimming, or Fumigating
99793 Truckers
99826 Upholstering
99827 Upholstery Shop
99948 Water Softening Equipment
99975 Window Cleaning – Less than 3 Stories
91581 Contractors – Subcontracted Work-In Connection with Construction, Reconstruction, Erection or repair