|A millwright is a tradesperson who installs,
maintains and repairs stationary industrial machinery and mechanical equipment
by interpreting drawings, performing layouts and assembling parts until
they are in perfect working order.
|While the majority of millwrights in Canada are known
as either industrial mechanics or construction
millwrights, several other job titles can be applied to the trade.
|Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics work
in a variety of industries, and can pursue complementary training and
develop additional skills in steel fabrication, welding, machining, electronics,
hydraulics or pneumatics.
|Typical industries that employ millwrights: