Field Operations

Operations employees at Brasfield & Gorrie are closely connected to the day-to-day progress of our projects, overseeing the performance and production of craft employees, scheduling, coordinating, and supervising other field workers, and, as a supervisor, acting as a liaison with other departments to make certain the project stays on schedule and on budget. They are the people “that make it happen”—swinging a hammer, tying rebar, laying concrete, and providing the management and supervision necessary for successful projects.

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Carpenters play an important role on our construction projects from foundations to finish work. Brasfield & Gorrie carpenters are typically charged with building and erecting formwork during structural operations and may do anything from installing blocking to hanging doors and hardware during finish operations.



Brasfield & Gorrie superintendents are in charge of all on-site activities during the construction phase of the project. Their duties include staffing, planning, and coordinating all Brasfield & Gorrie work and subcontractor work. Superintendents work hand-in-hand with the overall project team.

Equipment Operator

Large and small equipment operators haul and 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.



Brasfield & Gorrie foremen are exceptional craftsmen in their trades and have the skills to lead and direct other employees. Each foreman works with his or her specific trade in a leadership role, providing guidance and assistance throughout the project.


Concrete Finisher

Because Brasfield & Gorrie is a self-perform contractor, concrete work is a major part of our business. Our concrete finishers place and finish large slabs, foundations, and vertical work and point and patch finished work.



Commercial pipefitters are responsible for the layout, assembly, and installation of pipe systems. These tradespeople are particularly important on our utility and industrial projects.


Field Engineering

Field engineers play an essential role on our projects. Prior to and during construction, field engineers survey, measure, and lay out locations for proper alignment and placement of structures. Field engineers generally have a survey assistant (rodman) and may lead a crew of instrument assistants and survey assistants.


Jobsite Administrative Assistant

As members of the project team, jobsite administrative assistants support their team by providing clerical and administrative support for daily project activities. Working with employees, invoices, job files, and subcontractors are important parts of this role on our projects.

Field Training

In 1997, the Brasfield & Gorrie Field Training Center was created to offer free training to our employees who are motivated to achieve higher levels within the company. 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 by the National Center for Construction Education and Research (a variety of subjects). The NCCER assists construction companies nationwide with training and development programs to help strengthen employees’ trades. For more information about NCCER’s mission, visit their website at

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At Brasfield & Gorrie, no two career paths are the same. Check out the example career paths below and view current job openings to begin creating your own unique path.