Construction Operations

Construction projects are complex. For them to be successful, our team members have to work well together, focus on the details, and dedicate themselves to finding the best solutions to the challenges that are inherent when you do great things. Our preconstruction and operations employees do just that. They plan well, work hard, and use their considerable skills to find the best ways to meet our clients’ needs.

We love to make big things happen, and no matter what position you hold at Brasfield & Gorrie, you’ll grow as an individual while you grow professionally helping us enhance communities nationwide.

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Assistant Field Managers

Assistant Field Managers (AFM) are Superintendents in Training. If you’re interested in field management, you can apply to co-op or intern in our student program. This gives you hands-on experience and a solid understanding of our company. AFMs perform a wide range of duties to assist with development of the skills needed to be a Superintendent.

Project Management

In a true team effort, project managers work directly with owners, architects, engineers, and trade partners throughout the project—from the preconstruction phase to the final day, when we hand the keys to the owner. Project managers work on site, overseeing all aspects of the project, including schedule, costs, and overall budget.


Our preconstruction teams build accurate and complete estimates as we review and bid new projects. They also build important relationships while working with trade partners on pricing. These highly disciplined and detail-oriented individuals are the reason our pricing is among the most competitive and accurate in the industry.


Brasfield & Gorrie superintendents guide all on-site activities during construction. Their duties include staffing, planning, and coordinating all Brasfield & Gorrie and trade partner work. Superintendents work hand-in-hand with the overall project team.