shopfitter

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shopfitter

(ˈʃɒpˌfɪtə)
n
a worker who makes and installs fittings for commercial premises
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shopfitter

[ˈʃɒpˌfɪtəʳ] N (esp Brit) → instalador(a) m/f comercial
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Now, Boots is moving into the Abacus store and shopfitters have been working at the site for a number of days.
The teenager was an apprentice with Selby company Direct Interior Solutions and worked with a team of shopfitters.
They discovered that an Audi car had crashed into a lamp-post, hit a road sign and then ploughed into the wall of Hadley Interiors shopfitters and bespoke joiners.
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Paramedics were about to call a surgeon to amputate when Euan was finally freed by shopfitters, who used a blowtorch to split the step.
Walking round the corner into Stafford Street I entered the premises of Harris and Sheldon shopfitters.
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A $150,000 grant from the Victorian Coalition Government s $15 million Latrobe Valley Infrastructure Fund will assist Morwell Shopfitters (MSF) to create 10 new full-time jobs and reduce its manufacturing time by 60 per cent.
The firm's client base is SME builders and specialist niche joinery manufacturers and shopfitters.
6m building contract went to Darlington's Gilbert Ash and many of the companies involved in the construction were Teesside based - plumbers George Bilclough of Middlesbrough, Stockton shopfitters JW Wells, steelwork company W Lee and Sons of Middlesbrough.
Anyhow, the shopfitters had to endure one more presentation, this time for shirtlifters, before she got it right.
Shopfitters are preparing the Barluga Deli bar and delicatessen, which is set to open to customers by the end of October.