At Opp Construction, the possibilities are endless. You can build your own path and by digging in and getting started with one of our divisions. Look below to learn more about the possibilities within each one and see which trade is the best fit for you. As long as you are willing to learn, we will teach you – Opp Construction has an in-house training program for every division.
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Concrete road building also requires craftspeople that are skilled to have the eye to hand build curb, finish concrete and to ensure that the highest quality standards are being met. To start out in a field of concrete, you would begin as a laborer and work your way up as you become more skilled. Concrete laborers shovel concrete, set forms & work under the supervision and training of their career mentors. There are many different facets of concrete as well such as quality control, concrete sawing, concrete sealing & maintenance such as parking lot striping & sweeping.
Opp Construction was awarded 1st Place in the Municipal Division for the National AGC and Overall Grand Award Winner for Construction Safety Excellence for 2013. The safety of our team members, subcontractors, and the public is our top priority.
Asphalt paving also requires a plant operator to operate the materials that are provided to build the pavement and a lab technician who is skilled enough to test the quality of the materials. Asphalt labors would shovel & rake asphalt, clean equipment, assist with sign control and assist with equipment maintenance and work under the supervision and training of their career mentors.
Equipment/Truck Drivers are responsible for doing either demo or dirt work for the construction sites. This is done by using heavy equipment and large trucks to haul construction materials. Equipment continues to get more advanced, equipment operators need to be skilled in maintaining and inspect equipment and performing some maintenance and minor repairs. Equipment operated includes backhoes, excavators, bulldozers, and payloaders.
These equipment operators need to be skilled enough to have the eye to operate the machinery in tight locations and to be able to understand the increasing technology. To start out in this division with no experience would be a challenge, although if you have your CDL operators permit and the ability to drive truck you could start out hauling material and work your way into the equipment as you gained experience.
Irrigation technicians need to be skilled enough to follow blueprints and troubleshoot irrigation issues for irrigation systems that have already been installed. To start out in a field of irrigation you would begin as a laborer and work your way up as you become more skilled. Irrigation laborers haul components to and from the job site, operate trenchers & do basic maintenance and installation for irrigation systems by working under the direct supervision of their career mentors.
Stone Masonry also requires craftspeople that are skilled to have the eye to look at a set of blueprints and construct the project to the design ensuring the highest quality standards are being met. To start out in a field of Stone Masonry you would begin as a laborer and work your way up as you become more skilled. Stone Laborers shovel dirt & sand, haul pavers, cut pavers & work under the supervision of their career mentors.