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Careers in Construction Feature — Cement Mason

Cement masons perform all types of concrete work at some of St. Louis' best known landmarks, such as sports facilities.

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Click this link or the small picture to the right to learn more about becoming a Cement Mason. 

 

 

Cement masons build the concrete foundations of structures. They have a three-year training program consisting of four terms. Apprentices attend 288 hours of classroom training and complete 3,200 hours of on-the-job training.

 

Click this image on the right for general information about all careers in the construction industry.

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