Masonry Restoration (P.C.C.)
What is a Masonry Restoration (P.C.C.)?
A Masonry Restorer or Pointer Caulker Cleaner works with a variety of tools, mortar and
cement while tuck-pointing mortars and joint finishes, Various tools and sealers when
caulking or using pressure machines, and chemicals when cleaning masonry.
The P.C.C. Mason works on modern and historical masonry.
Most P.C.C. masonry is done out of doors and can be carried on year-round except in very
severe weather. In some cases, however, there is indoor work. Safety devices such as nets,
safety belts and scaffolding are used to reduce the risk of injury. There is a great deal of
climbing, balancing and reaching
What are the program specifics?
. Length of program – years
. 6 month probationary period
. A minimum of 160 hours of classroom related instruction each year
. Starting pay – 60% journeyman wage
How do I qualify?
. At least 18 years of age
. Possess a high school diploma or GED
. Have a valid driver’s license
. In good physical condition
. Pass a drug test
What will be helpful to succeed?
. Good reading ability
. Math courses
. Drafting and blueprint reading
Where do I apply?
Christie Farrow, Jeff Garnett,
Apprenticeship Coordinator Training Director
P.C.C. JATC SOKRTC
3 Kovach Dr. 800 Kent Rd.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45215 Batavia, Ohio 45103
(513) 221-8020 513-732-6232
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