Explore Construction Careers

Explore Construction Careers

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The Brent Spence Bridge Corridor Project, a groundbreaking $3.6 billion endeavor, is poised to redefine the landscape of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. As this monumental project unfolds, a new bridge, state-of-the-art interchanges, and an awe-inspiring city skyline will come to life. But we can’t achieve this transformative vision without you.

Are you ready to seize the boundless opportunities that lie ahead? 

Now is the perfect time to consider a career in this dynamic field. Construction professions offer competitive wages, comprehensive benefits such as health insurance, and a wide range of paths to suit individuals with diverse educational backgrounds and experience levels. From those just entering the workforce to those seeking a fresh start or a midcareer transition, there is a construction option tailored to your aspirations.

By joining the Brent Spence Bridge Corridor Design-Build team, you will embark on a remarkable journey toward personal growth and long-term success. Working on this project provides a unique chance to amass invaluable years of experience, shaping your future in the process. Those who join our team in 2024 will have the exceptional opportunity to accumulate six plus years of significant work experience, all while assuming roles of increasing responsibility. By the project’s completion, you will possess an impressive resume and be primed for a wealth of new opportunities.

Don’t miss out on this transformative career path. You can be a driving force behind the future of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.

Potential careers 

Construction Worker: Workers perform a variety of physical tasks on construction sites. Work may include working atop tall structures. No past experience is required, and training is performed on the job. Median salary ~$35,000

Equipment Operator: Equipment operators specialize in the operation of heavy construction machinery, such as bulldozers, backhoes, and dump trucks. Experience is desirable, and a commercial driver’s license is required in most cases. Median salary ~$47,000

Construction Supervisor: A role that requires some work experience, supervisors are responsible for the scheduling, coordination, and supervision of construction activities. They direct crews, keep track of tasks, and ensure that work is done safely and to specifications. Usually requires four or more years of experience. Median salary ~$65,000

Heavy Equipment Mechanic: Some work experience is required for this role, which supports construction efforts by maintaining the trucks and heavy equipment. Usually requires two or more years of experience. Median salary ~$48,000

Construction Inspector: Workers in this role assure that the work on a construction site is in code and meets requirements. Candidates for inspector jobs are not required to have a college degree, but usually must have at least five years to be considered. Median salary ~$60,000

Logistics Manager: Logistics managers ensure that workers have the materials needed to get the job done, such as concrete and asphalt. A college degree in a discipline such as supply chain management, logistics or business administration is generally required. Median salary ~$80,000

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