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Drywall

An interior wall constructed with a material such as gypsum board or plywood; usually supplied in large sheets or panels, which do not require water to apply.
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Drywallers fasten the 4-by-8-foot plasterboards to wooden studs in homes, offices, churches and other buildings.
While the intentions were clear--protect carpenters and drywallers from unfair competition--the "unintended consequences" were not, Infantine said.
Painters, drywallers, carpenters, remodelers and homeowners will find this new laser level easy to use and especially helpful.
A survey of skilled trades conducted last year by the Sudbury and Manitoulin Training and Adjustment Board (SMTAB) identified a shortfall of tradespeople and apprentices as tile, terrazzo and cement masons; drywallers, sprinkler and fire protection installers, refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics, pressure pipe welders and plumbers.
This project will either save jobs or re-employ many currently unemployed people - heavy equipment operators, carpenters, roofers, glaziers, plumbers, electricians, drywallers and heating technicians, as well as many local suppliers, service industries and manufacturers.
Salandini, 6-foot-2 with graying black hair and a slight professorial stoop, was talking about how he was gradually brought deeper into the drywallers strike.
The CITC is currently looking at local shortages of drywallers, qualified class A truck drivers, qualified cutter/skidder operators and heavy-equipment operators.
Bringing the 'EL MERO MERO DRYWALERO' contest to Chicago, our corporate headquarters' back yard, is USG's way of showing our commitment to Hispanics in the construction industry, recognizing their hard-work, and rewarding the most talented drywallers," says Christina Sanders, Hispanic marketing events coordinator, USG.
When the real estate industry goes dead, that affects plumbers, electricians, drywallers, and it just goes on through," he said.
Electricians, contractors, remodelers, drywallers, voice, data and video installers, and many others can use the Perfect Cutter to be more productive and enhance workmanship.
Those potential customers include building contractors, remodelers, drywallers, and voice, data and video installers -- some of whom may cut dozens of holes a week.
The Pacific Northwest Regional Council of Carpenters union that represents drywallers who recently went on strike in Oregon and southwest Washington was negotiating a new two-year contract, according to local newspapers.