Cement Masons & Plasterers

  

Scope of Work

Cement masons smooth and finish the surfaces of poured concrete floors, walls, sidewalks, and curbs, using hand and power tools. Plasterers typically apply coats of plaster to interior walls, ceilings, and partitions in buildings to produce finished surfaces. They can install or produce decorative panels, cornices, and moldings. You’ll also find them restoring elaborate historic buildings, and even working on sets for video and theatrical productions.

Length of Program

The apprenticeship generally spans 3 years or 3600 hours in length. Plasterers attend classes one day every 2 weeks while Cement Mason training is held during the winter months.

Requirements

Contact Information

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Michigan Cement Masons
Brian Hersch, Training Director   

2630 S. Grand Traverse St.
Flint, MI 48053
Tel: (313) 350-0389

Bherschapp514@yahoo.com


Michigan Plasterers 
Jack McCool, Training Director   
2630 S. Grand Traverse St.  
Flint, MI 48053 
Tel: (810) 260-9866
Fax: (810) 877-6034 
plasterer67@aol.com