Demolition /General Labor

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October 16, 2018
Los Angeles, CA
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Job Description

  • Demolition company doing Tenant Improvements in greater Los Angeles area need general laborers for la area.
  • Primarily Assisting in demolition and deconstruction activities of buildings by constantly taking all demo construction materials out of the work site and into the removal(trash bins), keeping work site clean.
  • Shovels debris into bins and other waste containment containers.
  • Loads and unloads construction debris into trucks and roll off boxes.
  • Prepares/Protects job site and seals off work area, using plastic sheeting and tape.
  • Positions portable air evacuation and filtration systems inside work area.
  • Keeping site and grounds clean and neat.
  • Performs daily equipment checks.
    Maintains loading docks free of debris as well as pathway to and from job site.
  • Performs work safely in accordance with departmental safety procedures and operates
    equipment safely.


  • Bilingual Preferred or Spanish speaking
  • 6 months of experience in demolition or construction or landscaping/ Roofing
  • Must be eligible to work in the US and submit to a drug test
  • Must be able to work from 6pm-6am.

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