Project Manager, Estimator, Detailer, Designer, Engineer, PE, Safety Manager, Preconstruction, Purchasing, Safety, Payroll, Service, among other roles.



The Estimators typically work with an on-screen take-off software to calculate accurate bid-estimates for upcoming projects.  They are in contact with suppliers for best pricing and delivery information to improve accuracy of their quotes.


The Superintendents oversee all field labor, ensure quality control, and is well-versed on OSHA requirements. They coordinate weekly staff meetings and visit the on-site jobs frequently.

Project Manager

The project manager makes sure projects are completed on-time and under-budget.  They manage the schedule, budgets, and submit change-orders and RFI's, and build relationships with general contractor, owner, and other trades.

MEP Drafter

MEP Drafters ensure all safety requirements are being met (OSHA). They are contact with the authority in control of the projects and the local municipality (when needed). They also closely examine project changes.

Design Engineer

The design-engineers make sure all ASPE, ASHRAE and state/federal codes are met and exceeded.  They need a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering, PE License, and work with Design and engineering/calculations software.

Field Operations

Field Operation Administrators/Coordinators provide administrative support, coordinate and assist with construction schedules, and reviews projects expenses and costs.