Civil Work is primarily that work which is fixed to the house and cannot be changed easily. It includes tiling, bathroom renovation, breaking any walls, fixing the kitchen platform, electrical work, etc. It is usually more messy and tedious compared to the other work such as furniture and kitchen. Usually when you buy a new flat from a builder, he gives it to you with the civil work completed so you just have to focus on the wood work such as furniture and kitchen. In the process of building, you can just ask the builder to put in tiles, fittings, etc. as per your choice.
Civil work usually takes a long time to complete. It generates a lot of mess in the house which can affect existing furniture. The day laborers who do civil work related to masonry are pretty hard to work with, and its difficult to get this labor on your own. It also requires some scheduling as multiple teams have to work in parallel and in sync to get the work done. For example, after the bathroom tiles are broken, the piping has to be done, and the masons have to come back to fix the new tiles; electrical work has to be completed before plastering and the first coat of paint; electrical pipes need to be laid in the floor before the tiles are laid on top of them, etc.
A mason is a person who is skilled at making things or building things with stone. In American English, masons are people who work with stone or bricks. 2. countable noun. A Mason is the same as a Freemason.
Steel fixers position and assemble steel bars and mesh sheeting with ligatures to form reinforcement for concrete structures such as concrete slabs, columns, drainage and communication pits, walls and concrete barrier structures. Steel fixing is the mould created prior to pouring the concrete.
Carpenters construct, install, and repair a variety of residential, commercial, and industrial structures and fixtures. In general, carpenters work with wood, steel, and concrete. Carpenters are also often involved with demolition and maintenance of these structures and fixtures.
Scaffolders erect and dismantle temporary metal scaffolding on structures and building sites, so that other people can work at height and carry out their jobs safely. Scaffolders may set up scaffolding around a structure, or inside a building undergoing construction, renovation or demolition.
Painters use paint, tools, and materials such as plaster, to change the appearance and texture of buildings, walls, and other structures.
Image result for helper in construction A construction helper assists construction tradespeople—like plumbers, electricians, carpenters, masons, painters, welders, and roofers—on construction sites and shops. ... For example, a helper carries materials and tools, hands tools to tradespeople when they request them, and cleans work areas.