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About Tradesmen International

Tradesmen International is the construction industry's leading employer of skilled craftsmen. We're proud to showcase craft professional employees -- in all trades, at all skill levels -- who emphasize Safety, Productivity and Superior Craftsmanship.

We are consistently recognized across North America as the premier source for high-caliber, safety-minded
 – more... craftsmen. The company employs thousands of proven trade professionals – Journeymen, Apprentices and Helpers – ready to serve construction and industrial contractors of all types and sizes out of nearly 100 local offices in 40 states and in Canada.

SAFETY -- When it comes to the company’s skilled employees, “Safety is Tradesmen International’s Number One Core Value.” Tradesmen provides every craftsman employee OSHA 10-Hour Construction Industry Outreach Safety Training. To ensure a culture centered on safety, the company consistently educates each employee with tool-box talks, safety fact sheets, email campaigns and job site materials that focus on improving safe-behavior. The company even orchestrates safety cookouts at their local offices to help keep safety top-of-mind.

PRODUCTIVITY-- From a client-service perspective, Productivity is Tradesmen’s Priority. Yes, Tradesmen International meets your skilled manpower needs with safe, skilled and reliable craftsmen. However, our business goal is to establish genuine partnerships with our clients – to understand their short- and long-term labor needs – so the company can effectively help contractors sustain a balance of work to skilled workers. For Tradesmen clients, that consistently equates to substantially increased workforce productivity and fortified bottom lines. For our craftsmen employees it means greater job stability, exceptional pay, benefits and other perks only a leader can provide.

We're always looking for top trade professionals to join our elite team. – less

Tradesmen International Employer Reviews
Construction Laborer/Carpenter Helper (Former Employee), Fairfax, VANovember 11, 2014
Superintendent (Current Employee), Fairfax, VAOctober 28, 2014
Laborer/ Electrician (Former Employee), fairfax VAJune 9, 2014
Carpenter (Current Employee), Fairfax, VAApril 23, 2014
Carpenter (Current Employee), Fairfax, VANovember 3, 2013
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