OPEN POSITIONS

We are committed to finding the right candidates for our growing team. 

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OPERATIONS

Sr. Project Manager

Train and manage a highly experienced team of construction professionals. You will be held accountable to estimate, schedule, manage and oversee all aspects of your own construction projects. You will bring an established book of business to the firm, and will maintain existing relationships while forging new ones with clients, architects, construction managers, brokers, property managers and subcontractors.

Project Manager

Our project managers estimate, schedule, manage and oversee all aspects of their own construction projects. If you thrive in an entrepreneurial environment where your earning potential is directly tied to your profitability on projects, this role is meant for you.

Assistant Project Manager

Work with industry leaders who want to help you build your career. You will mentor Project Engineers who are just beginning. You can expect to manage your own small to medium sized projects and you’ll be given the training tools and resources to continue your education.

Project Engineer

As a Project Engineer, you will be responsible for the document control and management of RFI’s, submittals, shop drawings, samples, building access, meeting minutes and more.  You will attend owner meetings, build relationships with architects and construction managers and serve a vital role within our firm.

 

FIELD CONSTRUCTION

Superintendent

As field superintendent, you are the primary point of contact on the jobsite and the liaison between our client, building management, internal project teams and subcontractors. You will be responsible for coordinating all site construction activities, supervising field personnel and driving the construction schedule to meet deadlines. This includes maintaining the highest level of quality and a safe and clean jobsite.

 

Safety Manager

As a safety manager you must have excellent attention to detail to identify hazards. You will be able to discover opportunities for improving conditions and execute various safety programs. The ability to communicate guidelines to a multidisciplinary workforce is essential. The goal is to ensure the workplace meets all legal expectations and actively supports occupational health and safety.