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Curtis Contracting, Inc. (CCI) focuses on design-build construction and general contracting for building, highway, and infrastructure improvements for federal, state, and local jurisdictions.

CCI is separated into multiple divisions including the Building division, Civil division, Bridge division, Asphalt Paving Division, and Federal division. As a prime contractor, CCI’s work includes a full range of building construction activities and design-build projects. CCI has extensive design-build experience and prefers to pursue project solicitations that recognize safety, quality, environmental stewardship, and performance as the major factors in the contract award criteria.

CCI has a large equipment fleet and self performs all aspects of construction management, site work, utilities, demolition, asbestos abatement, heavy highway, cast-in-place concrete, rough carpentry, installation of divisions 8 & 10 items, and erection of pre-engineered metal structures.


Job Description/Summary

 Superintendents ensure that construction work is completed according to a project’s planned sequence and schedule, and implement and enforce pertinent safety and quality control procedures.


Job Requirements/Qualifications

Supervise and coordinate installation of work in accordance with the contract documents, project schedule and the planned sequence of work.

Be aware of project milestone dates and the requirements to achieve them.

Have thorough knowledge of the Contract Documents and the scope of work for the specific area(s) or trade(s) assigned.

Develop an understanding of the duration of each activity.

Apply knowledge of equipment capability and develop plans for optimum utilization.

Know the scheduled delivery dates for all material and equipment that have a direct effect on the area(s)/trade(s) assigned.

Supervise field work force to assure that all work is put in place in the most cost effective manner.

Know the budgets for work that is being supervised.

Determine causes and develop remedies when costs are not in line with budget, estimate, and/or reasonable expectations.

Implement the safety program. Conduct regular, scheduled and unscheduled, safety inspections to assure all working conditions and work habits are in compliance with company and government standards.

Take remedial action when required. Establish a procedure for hazard recognition at the beginning of every new activity.

Be thoroughly knowledgeable of all of the company's safety standards, manuals, and procedures.

Maintain good working relationships with subcontractors and suppliers.



  • Health and Dental Insurance
  • 401K Program
  • Profit Sharing
  • Paid Holidays
  • Paid Leave
  • Company Vehicle