Position and secure steel bars or mesh in concrete forms in order to reinforce concrete. Use a variety of fasteners, rod-bending machines, blowtorches, and hand tools. Includes rod busters.
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- Bend steel rods with hand tools or rodbending machines and weld them with arc-welding equipment.
- Cut and fit wire mesh or fabric, using hooked rods, and position fabric or mesh in concrete to reinforce concrete.
- Cut rods to required lengths, using metal shears, hacksaws, bar cutters, or acetylene torches.
- Determine quantities, sizes, shapes, and locations of reinforcing rods from blueprints, sketches, or oral instructions.
- Place blocks under rebar to hold the bars off the deck when reinforcing floors.
- Position and secure steel bars, rods, cables, or mesh in concrete forms, using fasteners, rod-bending machines, blowtorches, or hand tools.
- Space and fasten together rods in forms according to blueprints, using wire and pliers.
- Cut metal components for installation.
- Install fencing or other barriers.
- Install metal structural components.
- Position safety or support equipment.
- Position structural components.
- Review blueprints or specifications to determine work requirements.
- Weld metal components.
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- Structural (Air Force - Enlisted)
- Structural Apprentice (Air Force - Enlisted)
- Structural Craftsman (Air Force - Enlisted)
- Structural Helper (Air Force - Enlisted)
- Structural Journeyman (Air Force - Enlisted)
- Reinforcing Ironworker Concrete