A career in construction can
take you all the way to CEO.
When you work in the construction industry, you have more than just a job. You have a career that offers competitive pay, room for growth, security, and the chance to shape the world.
Construction is all around us and is vital to our lives. The skilled men and women in this field are building hospitals, schools, roads, and so much more.
If you’re ready to start building your future, click the button below to see how you can start your career in construction and see where it can take you.
An internship is a great opportunity for students who want to experience firsthand what it’s like to have a career in construction.
We provide our interns with a structured and supportive learning environment to develop impactful skills and attributes necessary for a successful career in the construction industry. Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors who are pursuing degrees in building construction, civil engineering, construction engineering, construction management, or a related degree are encouraged to apply.
Project Engineers are an essential part of a project team. They work closely with and support all members to ensure the project’s success.
Project Engineers are responsible for making sure the team receives accurate project information and reviews it in a timely manner, so strong communication skills, discipline, and attention to detail are a must in this position.
Advancement Opportunity: Senior Project Engineer
Project Managers are responsible for driving projects to completion on-time and within budget while providing an exceptional experience for our owners as well as our design and subcontractor partners.
Advancement Opportunity: Senior Project Manager
Project Directors help identify and pursue new business opportunities and are responsible for the staffing, planning, and execution of awarded projects.
Using specialized equipment, Field Engineers provide a surveying service to project management (company supervision) and trade partners (crafts) to ensure all work complies with design drawing locations.
Their responsibilities include measuring and recording daily quantities of work complete, managing and scheduling all survey work, comparing in place work against drawings and specifications, and staking accurately before work beings.
Superintendents run the jobsite, so strong management skills are a must for this position. They’re on site and in charge of all subcontractors and work performed in the construction of that project. Primary responsibilities include confirming permit requirements, inspecting jobsites for preexisting conditions, developing project schedules, reviewing budgets, performing quality control, hosting on-site safety meetings, and much more.
Advancement Opportunity: Senior Superintendent
General Superintendents work in partnership with the Superintendent and Project Manager to deliver a quality project in a timely fashion. They support and supervise Superintendents, assist with permitting and inspection efforts, participate in project scheduling and preconstruction work, build and organize functioning teams, participate in project meetings, and mentor Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, and Project Engineers.
Estimator Assistants serve as the liaison between our trade partners and Estimating Department. The person in this position must be a detail-oriented team player with strong communication skills and have the ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
Some of the responsibilities an Estimator Assistant will have on a project include coordinating bonds and insurance, gathering subcontract scope documents and quotes from Estimators, initiating subcontract creation, preparing turnover books, and delivering bids and proposals.
Estimators are responsible for evaluating bid specifications and drawings to ensure that the company knows everything required to bid and win a project. They also work closely with Project Managers to follow up on bids and budgets to close the business.
Some of their responsibilities throughout this bidding process include preparing and maintaining the status of plan production, maintaining communication with subcontractors and vendors, preparing subcontractor bid packages, developing RFI’s, performing a comprehensive bid day analysis, creating a bid list, properly turning over bid documents, completing project kick-off forms, and more.
Vice President of Estimating
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Preconstruction Estimating Managers play a major role in the bidding process and must have a thorough working knowledge of all phases of commercial, institutional, primary, and secondary education construction.
In addition to managing quantity take-offs, pricing, scoping and bidding of projects, Preconstruction Estimating Managers are responsible for soliciting and developing relationships with subcontractors and suppliers, pricing subcontractor, supplier, and self-performed scopes of work, assessing site exposures/construction risks, assisting in material selection, bid strategy, and estimate presentation, producing accurate estimates from conceptual and schematic drawings, and more.
Director of Preconstruction
Like Preconstruction Estimating Managers, the Director of Preconstruction must have a thorough working knowledge of all phases of commercial, institutional, primary, and secondary education construction.
Their primary responsibilities include leading the subcontract buyout and negotiation phase, executing preliminary contracts and final estimates, producing accurate final contract estimates, tracking and documenting historical data, ensuring the development of subcontract scopes of work and terms and conditions, conducting a post-bid investigation, and more.
Business Unit Leader
Business Unit Leaders help identify and pursue new business opportunities and are responsible for the staffing, planning, and execution of awarded projects.
An essential member of the team, Business Unit Leaders develop and implement business unit vision and strategy, carry out leadership responsibilities, plan, assign, and direct work for all project staff in their region, direct Business Development & Preconstruction on project pursuits, including presentations and proposals, and review monthly owner project status reports.
Vice President of Operations
The Vice President of Business Operations is responsible for ensuring that essential business functions are well-designed and implemented consistently. This position supports ongoing enterprise-wide initiatives and is a close partner to the Business Unit Leaders. The Vice President of Business Operations is also responsible for managing potential ambiguity in light of ongoing growth and challenges and anticipated organizational changes.
In matters of the consistent implementation and application of business practices, the Vice President of Business Operations assists the President to execute their overall responsibilities, create and ensures consistency throughout non-construction core-function business operations, and leads, trains, oversees, and provides resources to ensure the universal implementation and execution of Team Centered Planning on designated projects.
The President is responsible for the overall management and leads the company in the acquisition and safe, profitable completion of all construction projects.
They do this by developing, implementing, and monitoring an overall strategic plan, managing the risks associated with operations, planning and implementing an effective business development process, forming a clear vision of the type of work that leads to financial success, creating an estimating approach, and much more.
As the leader of the company, the President must wholeheartedly promote the vision of the company, work collaboratively, be ethical, and show respect for all elements/groups within the company.