Canadian Borealis Construction Inc.

  • Metal Building Systems Erector

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    Metal Building Systems Erector


    Canadian Borealis Construction is now hiring registered apprentices and experienced Journeyman Metal Buildings System Erectors.

    Working under the direction of a MBSE Superintendent, the MBSE will assist in the assembly and erection of pre-engineered metal buildings and sometimes perform reconstructive work on existing structures.



    • Complete daily hazard analysis cards
    • Read blueprints and specification to lay out the work
    • Unload and stack steel units so each piece can be hoisted as needed
    • Position steel units, align holes and insert bolts
    • Rigging of building material as required
    • Erect structural and architectural metal components for buildings, and other structures
    • Assemble and erect pre-fabricated metal structures
    • Installation of various insulation for roof and wall applications
    • Abide by OH&S regulations.



    • Ability to work at heights
    • Experience installing architectural panels and insulated metal panels, as well as installation of various steel members is an asset.
    • The ability to read / interpret blue prints
    • Ability to use proper lifting techniques to lift items weighing in excess of 25 kilograms
    • Willingness to travel to various work sites, including out of town work
    • Ability to work in all types of weather for extended periods
    • Must be punctual and safety oriented
    • Have own transportation and valid driver's license


    Training / Education:

    • Must be a registered apprentice, an Alberta-certified journeyperson, or hold a valid recognized credential.
    • CSTS version 9
    • OSSA Fall Protection


    • The Metal Building Systems Erector will work on various construction projects throughout Alberta and northern Canada.


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