All new college graduates begin their career with us a project engineer. Project engineers spend the first years of their career learning both the project management and superintendent roles within the company. By shadowing both the project management and superintendent teams, project engineers will see the full breadth of the construction process to gain a broader view of the services we perform. Project engineers can expect to participate in project meetings, assist with change order pricing, purchase of equipment and materials, track daily unit costs for ongoing jobsite activities, assist with scheduling, and safety enforcement.
- Completion of a minimum one-semester internship program in a construction office preferred, but not required
- Minimum of high school diploma or equivalent
- Four- year college degree in engineering or construction preferred, but not required
- OSHA 10 or OSHA 30 hour preferred, but not required