A top priority for our clients is to ensure their projects are finished on time and within their budget. We recruit and provide full payroll services for contract tradesmen for the desired duration of their clients. The network of skilled tradesmen range from skilled levels of Red Seal certified to apprentice.

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Ranging from mills, factories, power plants and other industrial settings our millwrights move, assemble, install or dismantle machinery understanding how machines work and reading complicated technical plans.


While the scope of the carpenter trade includes many aspects of building construction, a growing number of carpenters work for contractors who specialize in such areas of trade practice as concrete forming, framing, finishing, interior systems and renovation.


Welders may specialize in certain types of welding such as custom fabrication, ship building and repair, aerospace, pressure vessel, pipeline, structural welding, and machinery and equipment repair.


Concrete finishers may specialize in working with specific materials such as coloured concrete, exposed aggregates and various epoxies, or specific techniques such as power trowelling and finishing curbs and gutters.


Scaffolders erect and dismantle scaffolding to provide work platforms and handrails on building or industrial sites, or for temporary structures such as stages, seating and catwalks. Scaffolders mostly work outdoors at a variety of locations and in all weather conditions except rain.


May utilize equipment such as articulated haul trucks, tractor-loader-backhoes (TLB), excavators, dozers, loaders and graders to excavate, move, load and grade earth, rock, gravel or other materials during construction and related activities. They operate dozers, excavators, skidders or other heavy equipment to clear brush and stumps prior to logging activities and to build roads at logging and surface mining sites.


Labourers have the benefit of working with their hands and seeing the results of their efforts (a completed project). They are not sitting behind a desk but have a workday full of physical activity. Labourers who possess a particular skill are compensated well and often receive good benefits.


A safety specialist is a professional who oversees safety policies, and ensures safe conditions in a work environment to prevent harm, injury or illness.


A project coordinator is an operations professional. He is responsible for developing, coordinating and implementing all tasks that relate to a specific project.


The project manager has the ultimate responsibility for the successful completion of the project. He or she must hire subcontractors, keep track of the budget, monitor the project schedule, and act as a coordinator among the many different groups on the job site. Project managers work for general contractors, and will typically have degrees in engineering or construction management. Some project managers may specialize in specific trades, and will work for subcontractors to oversee a specific portion of the project.

This list isn’t exhaustive, so if you are interested in a technical or professional services background but you don’t see it here, please feel free to contact us.