What is the role of bulldozer operators in building a house?

A Bulldozer Operator is in charge of a bulldozer—a special tractor outfitted in front with a broad upright blade that’s used for clearing and smoothing ground. Capable of pushing boulders, soil, clay, sand, and vegetation, and of demolishing walls, sheds, and even small houses, bulldozers are ideal for use at construction sites, battlefields, mines, quarries, farms, and disaster zones.

Whatever the job—tearing down an old garage or clearing a construction site—your routine as a Bulldozer Operator involves showing up at the job site early, inspecting and cleaning the equipment, then driving, digging, and demolishing under the direction of your Supervisor, who is usually a Construction Foreman.

 It also means maintaining the equipment: It’s your job to fix the bulldozer when it breaks, or send it to a Bulldozer Mechanic, and to secure and store it at the end of every day.


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