IN THE INSTITUTIONAL AND COMMERCIAL SECTOR, creative design flourishes.
Have you ever marvelled at the height of a skyscraper, like the 72-storey First Canadian Place in Toronto and the 51-storey 1000 de la Gauchetière in Montreal? Or wondered at the design of a particularly beautiful building, like the Absolute World towers in Mississauga and The Bow office tower in Calgary? Working in institutional and commercial construction puts you right there in the heart of it.
Institutional and commercial construction refers to the building of structures such as high-rise condos and office towers, stadiums, schools, hospitals, malls, libraries, art galleries and museums.
The minimum wage for a tower crane operator in the institutional and commercial sector in Manitoba is $35.
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