Young construction

Young construction

[′yəŋ kən‚strək·shən]
(optics)
A graphical procedure for tracing a light ray through a boundary between two media having different refractive indices.
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More than 50 young construction trainees battled it out in their chosen trades, with skills such as bricklaying, wall and floor tiling, and painting and decorating being put to the test.
TWO young construction workers have received recognition on the national stage.
Wyn Prichard, director for CITB Wales, said: "SkillBuild is a real highlight of the construction training landscape, giving talented young construction trainees a chance to shine.
All your young construction crew has to do is put one hand into the device's sleeve, grab the handraulic lever inside the bucket, and start digging.
A YOUNG construction worker begged for mercy just minutes before he was shot dead by two masked men, a court heard yesterday.
FIFTEEN young construction students recently dedicated their free time to help others at a centre for adults with learning difficulties.
BIRMINGHAM student Jordan Brewster is building good career prospects - after being recognised as one of the region's best young construction workers.
YOUNG CONSTRUCTION WORKERS MAY BE A little wet behind the ears, but they sure can swing a framing hammer and handle a pointed trowel.
We are delighted that Midas Construction and others have taken an active part in encouraging young construction professionals by opening their doors and showing good practice,' added Roger Silvester of CITB Sgiliau- Adeiladwaith ConstructionSkills.
Young construction professionals and managers are failing to enter the industry.
Corning Cable Systems LLC, part of Corning Incorporated's (NYSE:GLW) Telecommunications segment, announces Jim Young Construction Company, Inc.
Almost 100 young construction trainees are expected at the college today, Wednesday June 18 to battle it out in their chosen trade.

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