A concrete painting contractor goes anywhere that the construction project takes him. The location can be a regular building site in an urban area, such as a commercial or industrial zone. It depends on the nature of the project. Sometimes the project may be for road or bridge construction or repair. Sometimes a high-rise building or a major infrastructure needs to be built. In these cases, the concrete painting contractor must be unafraid of heights and willing to face possible dangers. In a nutshell, contractors are up on their feet all the time on the job.
Concrete work is almost often done outside and in good weather. But the downside to this is that the work areas are often messy and dirt-filled from the bustle of workmen handling equipment and materials all the time. Painting contractors simply do not work in office-like settings. This is no job for a person who is squeamish and doesn’t want to dirty his hands.
The work hours are fairly regular. But there are times when the hours can start very early in the morning, or late into evenings. Sometimes it entails some weekend work. In these work hours, concrete contractors normally come in contact with other construction workers, engineers and builders. Often, too, there is a need to deal with concrete and aggregate materials suppliers.
Above all these, contractors deal with clients and the most important stakeholder of all — the public. This is basically the snapshot of a concrete painting contractor’s daily work life.