Steel Fixer

• Assists/follows the steel fixer foreman and charge hand in all the activities;
• Has a strong background related to structure works in GCC;
• Has a similar experience in the similar role;
• Using hand and power tools to cut and bend steel bars and mesh.
• Laying out steel bars, mesh, rods, and framework.
• Hoisting steel bars, mesh, and reinforcements into place.
• Fitting spacers and supports.
• Joining steel reinforcement bars (rebar), footings, and girders by welding or with clips or wires.
• Fixing steel bars and mesh to solid concrete bases.
• Using rebar to build casts that will keep setting concrete in place.
• Maintains safety and quality of the project;
• Avoid wastage of the materials.

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