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A J'S SEPTIC
269 Mc Fadden Rd, Lisbon, NY  13658
315-393-6152
 
ABSOLUTE WATER SOLUTION
1370 Oak Point Rd, Brier Hill, NY  13614
315-375-4647
 
AEON HEATING
6805 State Hwy 56, Potsdam, NY  13676
315-265-3744
 
AEON HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING
Postdamnorwood Rd, Potsdam, NY  13676
315-265-3744
 
AGWAY ENERGY PRODUCTS
1139 USHighway 11, Gouverneur, NY  13642
315-287-3100
 
ALL NORTHERN CONSTRUCTION
285 Brouse Rd, Massena, NY  13662
315-764-0552
 
AMERICAN PAVING
9297 State Hwy 56, Massena, NY  13662
315-769-6673
 
ARROW SALES & RENTALS
217 E Orvis St, Massena, NY  13662
315-764-7622
 
ASHLEY'S HOME CENTER
7596 State Hwy 68, Ogdensburg, NY  13669
315-393-1250
 
AUBUCHON HARDWARE
32 Clinton St, Gouverneur, NY  13642
315-287-3850
 
AUBUCHON HARDWARE
21 Miner St, Canton, NY  13617
315-379-0240
 
AUBUCHON HARDWARE
63 Market St, Potsdam, NY  13676
315-268-1300
 
BELLINGER ROOFING CO INC
339 Old State Rd, Canton, NY  13617
315-386-3759
 
BENCHMARK NEW YORK
Cedar, Ogdensburg, NY  13669
315-393-3743
 
BERTRAND'S CONSTRUCTION
English Settlement R, Ogdensburg, NY  13669
315-375-4449
 
BERTRAND'S CONSTRUCTION
536 English Settlement R, Morristown, NY  13664
315-375-4449
 
BICKNELL BUILDING SUPPLY
Canton Rd, Potsdam, NY  13676
315-265-3900
 
BOBBY-I'S
4 Main, Helena, NY  13649
315-764-5988
 
BRONSON'S ONE HOUR HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING
7598 USHighway 11, Potsdam, NY  13676
315-265-8192
 
BROTHERS LUMBER & MILL WORK
Adams Rd, Norfolk, NY  13667
315-384-4146
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Carpenters

Carpenters construct and repair building frameworks and structures—such as stairways, doorframes, partitions, and rafters—made from wood and other materials. They also may install kitchen cabinets, siding, and drywall. Show Details

Duties

Carpenters typically do the following:

  • Follow blueprints and building plans to meet the needs of clients
  • Install structures and fixtures, such as windows and molding
  • Measure, cut, or shape wood, plastic, fiberglass, drywall, and other materials
  • Construct building frameworks, including wall studs, floor joists, and doorframes
  • Help put up, level, and install building framework with the aid of large pulleys and cranes
  • Inspect and replace damaged framework or other structures and fixtures
  • Instruct and direct laborers and other construction trade helpers

Carpenters are one of the most versatile construction occupations, with workers usually doing a variety of tasks. For example, some carpenters insulate office buildings; others install drywall or kitchen cabinets in homes. Those who help construct large buildings or bridges often make the wooden concrete forms for cement footings or pillars. Some carpenters build braces and scaffolding for buildings.

Carpenters use many different hand and power tools to cut and shape wood, plastic, fiberglass, or drywall. They commonly use handtools, including squares, levels, and chisels, as well as many power tools, such as sanders, circular saws, and nail guns. Carpenters put materials together with nails, screws, staples, and adhesives, and do a final check of their work to ensure accuracy. They use a tape measure on every project because proper measuring increases productivity, reduces waste, and ensures that the pieces being cut are the proper size.

The following are types of carpenters:

Residential carpenters typically specialize in new-home, townhome, and condominium building and remodeling. As part of a single job, they might build and set forms for footings, walls and slabs, and frame and finish exterior walls, roofs, and decks. They frame interior walls, build stairs, and install drywall, crown molding, doors, and kitchen cabinets. Highly-skilled carpenters may also tile floors and lay wood floors and carpet. Fully-trained construction carpenters are easily able to switch from new-home building to remodeling.

Commercial carpenters typically remodel and help build commercial office buildings, hospitals, hotels, schools, and shopping malls. Some specialize in working with light gauge and load-bearing steel framing for interior partitions, exterior framing, and curtain wall construction. Others specialize in working with concrete forming systems and finishing interior and exterior walls, partitions, and ceilings. Highly skilled carpenters can usually do many of the same tasks as residential carpenters.

Industrial carpenters typically work in civil and industrial settings where they put up scaffolding and build and set forms for pouring concrete. Some industrial carpenters build tunnel bracing or partitions in underground passageways and mines to control the circulation of air to worksites. Others build concrete forms for tunnels, bridges, dams, power plants, or sewer construction projects.

Construction Managers

Construction managers plan, coordinate, budget, and supervise construction projects from early development to completion. Show Details

Duties

Construction managers typically do the following:

  • Prepare and negotiate cost estimates, budgets, and work timetables
  • Select appropriate construction methods and strategies
  • Interpret and explain contracts and technical information to workers and other professionals
  • Report on work progress and budget matters to clients
  • Collaborate with architects, engineers, and other construction and building specialists
  • Instruct and supervise construction personnel and activities onsite
  • Respond to work delays and other problems and emergencies
  • Select, hire, and instruct laborers and subcontractors  
  • Comply with legal requirements, building and safety codes, and other regulations

Construction managers, often called general contractors or project managers, coordinate and supervise a wide variety of projects, including the building of all types of residential, commercial, and industrial structures, roads, bridges, powerplants, schools, and hospitals. They oversee specialized contractors and other personnel. Construction managers schedule and coordinate all design and construction processes to ensure a productive and safe work environment. They also make sure jobs are completed on time and on budget with the right amount of tools, equipment, and materials. Many managers also are responsible for obtaining necessary permits and licenses. They are often responsible for multiple projects at a time.

Construction managers work closely with other building specialists, such as architects, engineers, and a variety of trade workers, such as stonemasons, electricians, and carpenters. Projects may require specialists in everything from structural metalworking and painting, to landscaping, building roads, installing carpets, and excavating sites. Depending on the project, construction managers also may interact with lawyers and local government officials. For example, when working on city-owned property or municipal buildings, managers sometimes confer with city council members to ensure that all regulations are met.

For projects too large to be managed by one person, such as office buildings and industrial complexes, a construction manager would only be in charge of one part of the project. Each construction manager would oversee a specific construction phase and choose subcontractors to complete it. Construction managers may need to collaborate and coordinate with other construction managers who are responsible for different aspects of the project.

To maximize efficiency and productivity, construction managers often use specialized cost-estimating and planning software to effectively budget the time and money required to complete specific projects. Many managers also use software to determine the best way to get materials to the building site. For more information, see the profile on cost estimators.

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