Whether it’s the roads you travel on, the bridges you cross, the tunnels you whisk through, the subway systems you ride...or the buildings and complexes where you work, receive medical care, view sporting events...or the dams, pipelines, oil refineries and rigs, and petro-chemical plants you rely on for water and energy needs...or programs to rid your schools and communities of asbestos and hazardous materials and waste... it’s a good bet they were built and are operated and serviced by members of the International Union of Operating Engineers.
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WHAT DOES AN OPERATING ENGINEER APPRENTICE DO ON THE JOB?
Operating Engineer Apprentices take the equipment operating skills they learn during hands-on training at the Apprenticeship Training Site and put that ability to work operating various types of heavy equipment such as cranes, excavators, dozers, and loaders during the construction of roads, bridges, dams, buildings, power plants, and pipelines.