Career Opportunities


Heavy Equipment Operators

An Operator must work to master the operation of Track Excavators, backhoes, loaders, rollers, brooms, pavers, milling machines and others. The primary duty of an Operator is to operate or use various pieces of heavy equipment in conjunction with the installation of various utilities, excavating and backfilling trenches and the restoration of same.

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The primary duty of a Driver is to operate a commercial motor vehicle, more specifically a Single or Tri axle Dump Truck with a GVW of 26,001 lbs. +. Duties include working on job sites where the Company is installing various utilities, excavating and backfilling trenches and the restoration of same. A Driver is responsible for hauling material off site, dumping material at a dumpsite and loading material from a quarry or asphalt plant and returning to the site.



The Foreman is designated as the Primary Competent Person on a job site. A Competent Person is one who is capable of identifying existing and predictable hazards in surroundings, or working conditions which are unsanitary, hazardous or dangerous to employees, and who has authorization to take prompt corrective measures to eliminate them. A Foreman’s 1st responsibility is SAFETY. A Foreman’s 1st priority MUST be hazard assessment and elimination.


Pipe Laborers & Layers

The primary duty of a Laborer is to perform the physical or manual labor; “hand work”, necessary to get each task done safely and productively as possible. A Laborer’s general duties include set up and preparation of the job site, use of various hand tools, shovels and small equipment used to dig into the earth. A Laborer will be responsible for the proper care of the Company equipment at their disposal and will be responsible for cleanup and securing the same.