Mason Resume Examples

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  • Repairing brick, block, glass block, stone, paving brick and glazed tile block
  • Grinding mortar joints and replacing joints with color-matched mortar
  • Pouring concrete footings and floors
  • Installing hollow metal door frames in masonry walls
  • Using lintels and shoring when needed to safely create openings in masonry walls
  • Repairing caulk joints in concrete floors and masonry walls using correct procedures to prevent water leakage
  • Demolition of masonry walls and concrete floors.  Dry cutting masonry walls with plaster cutter and vacuum attachment.  Using an air handling unit and creating proper ventilation which is mandatory at all times when interior remodels and demolition projects created large amounts of dust

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  • Using walk-off mats to contain dust and keep floors clean
  • Acquiring information from other trades about possible hazards located in the cavity of the wall, i.e., gas lines, asbestos, live electrical, and steam.  This work often takes place in labs, classrooms, and dorms while sites are occupied during construction.  In situations where students and staff are present, I realize heightened awareness of safety and cleanliness is crucial
  • Consistently keeping worksites clean, organized and free of potential hazards
  • Contacting the electrical shop to disconnect or cover smoke alarms in the vicinity of the worksite to prevent alarms from being activated

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  • Scanning concrete floors to make sure any unseen utilities have been located
  • Constructing limited access zones using wood barricades, fire-proof plastic and Zipwalls, plywood and caution tape
  • Ordering materials for the mason shop, including brick, different sizes of block, mortar, mortar coloring, concrete, concrete patch, colored caulk, rebar, and durawall.  Duties include contacting vendors for prices and delivery of said materials
  • Communicate with everyone involved in projects via phone, email, or personal contact

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  • Study the layout and prepare surfaces before working
  • Analyze the width and length of area and design a plan for construction
  • Build wooden and metal frames to pour and contain wet concrete
  • Select and mix cement and mortar in adequate proportion depending on the application of masonry work
  • Prepare a mixture of concrete and plaster to cover the surfaces
  • Use trowels of different shapes and sizes to level and clear away excess concrete
  • Choose right measurements of bricks and stones for erecting structures

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  • Powerwash limestone clean. 
  • Mix mud
  • Set up and tear down scaffolding. 
  •  Demolition
  • Tuckpointing
  • Chipping Hammer/Grinding bottom of limestone smooth
  • Waterproof areas underground

mason/ laborer

  • Supplied masons with proper equipment and tools in order for them to complete jobs
  • Laid out work using levels and string in order to lay blocks to follow blueprints
  • Prepared mortar and concrete
  • Cleaned up job site to make sure it was a safe environment to work in

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  • Estimated labor and masonry cost for residential and commercial projects
  • Performed construction of pavements, steps, drains and gutters
  • Organized tools and kept them clean after the tasks are completed
  • Applied stucco plastering on new as well as existing surfaces
  • Prepared cement molds for variety of masonry applications
  • Operated angle grinders, wet saws, drillers, gas mixers, drill mixers, electric table saws and other power tools
  • Cut bricks and stones in various sizes for use

mason

  • Worked as a stonemason.
  • All types of floor work
  • Marble, granite, tiles fixing.
  • Masonry- doing brick laying, rough cast plaster finish, rendering and concrete finishing such as floors driveways and pavings.

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  • Maintaining tools and workspaces.
  • Cutting, shaping and dressing materials.
  • Lifting, carrying and placing prepared blocks.
  • Reading and following technical drawings.
  • Training apprentices.
  • Mixing cement and mortar.
  • Restoring old and worn masonry.

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  • Used required tools to complete jobs, including hammers, saws, squares, levels, and fastening devices.
  • Prepared and cleaned surfaces for rebuilding purposes by removing damaged tiles, bricks and mortar.
  • Read and interpreted blueprints, plans, or drawings to correctly lay bricks or blocks according to job or client specifications.
  • Used trowels to apply grout during the installation of brick and tile.
  • Maintained a safe and efficient workplace by implementing additional safety management training.