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Building and Structural Finisher

The Role:

The preparation and finishing of various surfaces is your responsibility, and you are likely to find yourself preparing and finishing surfaces both in existing facilities and as part of new construction projects. Engineers in the Building and Structural Finisher role must have a high degree of practical ability, along with some technical and mathematical aptitude, and must want to continue learning throughout their time in the Army.

The Skills:

You will be responsible for the repair or new installation of internalbuilding finishes from initial preparation to the application of surface and protective finishes including plastering, tiling and painting to walls, floors, ceilings and structural steel. You will also be taught how to use rapid spray painting equipment, repair and install glazing, erect metal stud partitions and line them with plasterboard, carry out rapid sign-making with computer assisted software and construct steel tubular and aluminium scaffolding.

In addition, you will learn theoretical skills regarding finishing and health and safety training.

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