Come to Brasfield & Gorrie as a student and you’ll have a chance to make a difference. You will be part of our team, shaping skylines and impacting communities while gaining experiences and relationships to fuel your future .
Brasfield & Gorrie is the gold standard in the industry. It was the best decision I have ever made. The company has given me a chance to not only work on awesome projects but to grow my career. It's amazing working for a company that cares about its employees, and I'm grateful every day for the opportunities I've been given.
- Preston, VDC Coordinator University of Mississippi
My favorite thing about Brasfield & Gorrie is 100% the people. Everyone I work with has a team-player mentality and tries to help you in any way they can. As an intern, you are treated with the same mutual respect as a full-time employee.
- Tayshon, Intern
Georgia Southern University
Whether it’s on a jobsite, in the office, or playing in kickball leagues, the relationships I’ve built during each of my co-ops are a big reason I have happily returned to Brasfield & Gorrie for five co-op terms. It’s a special feeling returning for another term and running into familiar faces asking how you’ve been.
- Abby, Co-op University of Cincinnati
My favorite part about co-oping was being able to form relationships while getting experience that helped to confirm my interest in this career path!
- Madison, Assistant Project Manager University of Alabama
Join our team
What to expect
Our student program gives you hands-on experience and a solid understanding of our company. Most of our team members started out as co-ops and interns, and they’re happy to answer your questions and welcome you to the industry.
What’s it like at Brasfield & Gorrie?
It’s a place where people build careers, from students to employees who have spent decades with us. We celebrate wins, big and small, and we have fun and serve our community together. Our coworkers are our friends.
Everyone has a voice, and we value everyone
It’s simple: we believe in living by the Golden Rule. We treat everyone with respect. Diversity and inclusion is a commitment we take seriously and one we have embraced since our beginning.
We place a high priority on giving back to the communities where we live and work. It’s ingrained in our culture. Each term, our students spend days completing projects that benefit local nonprofit organizations.
EVERY DAY IS DIFFERENT
We love a challenge. Complex projects and tight schedules motivate us. If we don’t know it, we will figure it out. We continually test for better, safer, and more efficient ways to build our projects. We constantly educate ourselves on industry improvements and test the best new technologies and practices.
Our preconstruction and operations employees plan well, work hard, and use their skills to find the best ways to meet our clients’ needs.
• Project Management
• Virtual Design and Construction
• Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing (MEP)
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.
• Assistant Field Manager
• Assistant Superintendent
• Field Engineers
Behind our team of builders is an equally talented and driven team of corporate services employees who provide critical support for our operations.
• Career Development
• Corporate Responsibility
• Human Resources
• Information Technology
• Insurance and Risk Management
Our safety team trains employees and works diligently with each project team to establish detailed methods of planning, promoting, and maintaining a safe environment on every project. Our safety professionals also handle trade contractor management and injury management.
Co-ops typically work three alternating terms while they are in school. Students can work during spring, summer, or fall semesters. Co-op students are registered through their schools and are typically earning a co-op diploma. Register with your school’s cooperative education office to express interest or to sign up for co-op interviews.
Talk to your school’s cooperative education office, career services center, or department advisor to find out when a Brasfield & Gorrie representative will visit your campus.