Field Operations

Our field operations employees are the ones who make it happen: swinging a hammer, tying rebar, laying concrete, and providing the management necessary for successful projects. Our field operations team leads the performance of craft employees—scheduling, coordinating, and supervising field workers and collaborating with other departments to make sure the project stays on schedule and on budget.

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Carpenter

Our carpenters typically build and erect formwork during structural operations and may do anything from installing blocking to hanging doors and hardware during finish operations.

Superintendent

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.

Equipment Operator

Large and small equipment operators move materials throughout the duration of the project. Excavators, backhoes, dozers, skid steers, and graders are just a few of the types of equipment we use on our jobsites.

Foreman

Brasfield & Gorrie foremen are exceptional craftspeople in their trades. Each foreman works with his or her specific trade in a leadership role, providing guidance and assistance throughout the project.

Concrete Finisher

Concrete work is vital to our business as a self-perform contractor. Our concrete finishers place and finish large slabs, foundations, and vertical work and point and patch finished work.

Pipefitter

Commercial pipefitters lay out, assemble, and install pipe systems. These tradespeople are particularly important on our utility and industrial projects.

Field Engineering

Field engineers survey, measure, and lay out locations for structures prior to and during construction. Field engineers generally have a survey assistant (rodman) and may lead a crew of instrument assistants and survey assistants.

Field Training

In 1997, we created our Field Training Center to offer free training to employees who are motivated to advance. The Field Training Program offers courses in a variety of subjects, including carpentry apprenticeship, field engineering, and foreman training. Field Training courses are offered at the Birmingham and Orlando Craft Training Centers.

Brasfield & Gorrie is accredited in a variety of subjects by the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER). NCCER assists construction companies nationwide with training and development programs to help strengthen employees’ trades. For more information about NCCER’s mission, visit www.nccer.org.