Millwrights install conveyor systems, escalators, giant turbines and generators. Millwrights install and do maintenance on machinery in factories and do much of the precision work in nuclear power plants. Millwrights are skilled construction mechanics who study and interpret blueprints, and then put their knowledge and expertise to work drilling, welding, bolting and doing whatever else is necessary to assure that the cogs of industry are in perfect working order.
Millwrights work with a variety of hand and portable power tools, and frequently cut, join and fasten metal construction materials usuing welding equipment and oxy-acetylene torches.
The term "Millwright" shall mean the unloading, hoisting, rigging, skidding, moving, dismantling, aligning, erecting, assembling, repairing, maintenance and adjusting of all machinery and equipment installed either in building, factories, structures, processing areas either under cover, underground, or elsewhere, required to process material, handle, manufacture or service; be it powered ore receiving power manually by steam, gas, electric, gasoline, diesel, nuclear, solar, water, air, or chemically, and in industries steel, coffee, rotating plants, paper and pulp, cellophane, stone crushign, gravel and sand washing and handling, refineries, grain storage and handling, asphalt plants, sewage disposals, water plants, laundries, bakeries, mixing plants, can bottle and bag packing plants, textile mills, paint mills, breweries, milk processing plants, power plants, aluminum processing or manufacturing plants, amusement and entertainment fields, installation of mechanical equipment in atomic energy plants, installation of banbury machines and related equipment in rocket missile bases, launchers, floating bases, hydraulic escape doors and any and all component parts hereto either assembled, semi-assembled or disassembled.
That's what a Millwright does!!!!!