CAREERS

82,789

AVERAGE HOURS WORKED PER YEAR WITH NO LOST TIME ACCIDENTS

167

AVERAGE HOURS OF TRAINING PER EMPLOYEE PER YEAR

OUR BENEFITS

Medical/Dental

PTO

Paid Holidays

Training/Mentorship

ALLIANCE CULTURE

At Alliance, we’re family. We genuinely care about each other. We build each other up and help each other to grow. We work hard and do whatever it takes to succeed. And we have fun too.

YOUR CAREER PATH

Project Engineers

Project Engineer

The project engineer role is perfect for those early in their career. In this position, you’ll assist with all aspects of project management and estimating. You’ll work closely with owners, architects, and subcontractors in the field. This role will allow you to grow in your understanding of construction and expose you to a variety of future positions, including project management, superintendent, and estimating roles.

Superintendent

Superintendent

The superintendent position is a great alternative to the project manager role, especially if you enjoy hands-on field work. As a superintendent, you’ll be responsible for the overall direction of the project and all subcontractor personnel. You maintain quality control and work flow, but most importantly, you’ll be responsible for ensuring the safety of everyone on site.

Project Managers

Project Manager

This role is a common “next step” for project engineers. Project managers are responsible for the on-time and on-budget completion of the project. In this role, you’ll work closely with the client and architect, and be involved in the project from preconstruction to closeout. You serve as the leader for the team, defining goals and motivating the team toward success.

Estimator

Estimator

A third advancement opportunity for a project engineer is an estimating role. As an estimator, you assist in providing cost and constructability analysis, value engineering, design development, and other preconstruction services. You help to bring in work, as well as set up current projects for success. This role is ideal for those that are analytical and enjoy working with numbers.

Executives

Executive Roles

As a project manager, superintendent or estimator, you’ll have the opportunity to advance into a variety of executive roles. Within the estimating department, high level positions include vice president and preconstruction manager. Alternatively, within operations, your opportunities include operations manager, construction executive, and safety officer roles.

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