eering drawings and as safely as possible. Mark Palmer gives an overview of the process at work in the YouTube video “Iron Workers Discuss “The Picture.”
When establishing a building’s framework, it bodes good for ironworks’ effectiveness when everyone sticks together, and they share a common bond. The building’s framework is quickly set up with support from all of the members.
Ironwork requires the division of labor. A foreman directs the loading and placing of frame pieces. There are groundworkers who aid in loading the metal pieces. Two ground workers are usually required for a large group.
An ironworks group should also be equipped with two connectors and a phone man. The connector must possess quick hands. Likewise, telephone operators direct the crane operator on where he wants the hook.
The efficacy of any group can be improved through clearly delineating what roles each member plays. It speeds the process of ironwork and the group can then move on to your next task.