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With great job prospects throughout NZ, Carpentry could see you building anything from decks to skyscrapers!
Working in big commercial and industrial buildings, you will be installing hard-wearing floors anywhere from sports facilities to shopping malls.
Create work that will stand the test of time. Stonemasons create monuments, renovate historic buildings and work on amazing architectural structures and landscapes.
Help home owners turn their dreams in to reality. Using your creativity and keen eye for detail, you will be communicating with customers and designing the perfect kitchen or bathroom for their needs.
Putting the finishing touches on homes, offices or even film sets, an eye for detail and quality workmanship will help you go a long way in Interior Systems
Creating and even designing all aspects of an interior. From cabinets through to windows and stairs, your craftsmanship is what turns a building in to a home.
Aluminium doors and windows help to frame great views. They need to be professionally designed, constructed and installed to ensure they're functional and aesthetically pleasing.
The final layer of a new build or renovation, your eye for detail will bring a room to life. As well as prepping and painting, you'll have opportunities to help choose colours and talk about interior design.
Maybe you want to work on the factory floor, or maybe you'd rather be designing in CAD. Either way, frame and truss tradies create the pieces of the puzzle that come together for most new build homes today.
Preparing surfaces and installing floor coverings or even visiting customers to plan, measure and quote, there are loads of opportunities in houses and commercial spaces.
From mixing raw ingredients through to product manufacture, specialising in the most widely used construction material in the world opens up countless opportunities.
From practical to beautiful, glass is used on all sorts of interiors and structures. You could be working on renovations, cars or commercial structures big and small!
The final layer to protect against the elements. As an exterior plasterer you will make sure the outside of a building or home looks great and is weathertight.
The building blocks of structures today, you'll create foundations, clad houses, and even work on major commercial operations like kilns and furnaces.
It’ll be your job to make sure your work looks great and is watertight. You’ll need to be physically fit – there’s a bit of lifting involved and the materials you’ll be working with need to be handled with care.