BUILD YOUR FUTURE, HERE.
We’re a different kind of electrical construction company. We’re a company with a work environment that’s straightforward and fun. Our focus on building goes beyond the spaces that we light.
Building relationships with each other.
Our industry is driven by relationships between general contractors, industry reps, engineers, and customers. Each of our partners helps drive our business forward. Our collaboration drives innovation for our customers. Relationships are the center of our business and our office, but they are only part of what we build at Continental.
Building skills, together.
We offer individualized training for you to be successful in your career here. Learning is a lifelong process and we encourage development, both technical and interpersonal. Here, you’re building skills that will last a lifetime.
Building spaces for success.
Electrical construction is about more than the physical lighting of spaces. While completing those spaces is fulfilling, we’re doing more than creating an office, industrial space, data center, or restaurant. We do more than pipe and wire. We’re building spaces for other people to innovate, to communicate, and to build together, too.
Building company culture.
Our value-based culture isn’t just a concept. This page and our whole website make it clear that we actually live our values.
- Customer for Life
- Enforce Accountability
- Candid Communication
- Continuous Development
- One Team, One Direction
Building the individual.
With our benefits, we show how much we care about you as a person. As part of the Continental family, you will have:
- Medical, Dental, Vision, Life insurance
- 401(k) with generous match
- Profit Sharing
- Tuition assistance
- Disability insurance
- Liberal PTO
- Paid Parental Leave
- Paid Time Off to volunteer with a charity
project manager – low voltage
The Project Manager position is a critical role responsible for overseeing all aspects of large scale commercial and industrial low voltage electrical construction projects, from the initial bidding and contract award phase to completion. Key responsibilities include effectively outlining and delegating tasks, creating, and managing project timelines, accurately estimating, adhering to costs, mitigating risks, and maintaining strong client relationships. The Project Manager will collaborate closely with various departments within the organization, including purchasing, accounting, engineering, and safety, as well as coordinate with field supervision, general contractors, construction managers, and inspectors to ensure smooth project execution.
- Project and Account Management: Manage the project’s schedules, milestones, tracking of finances and labor, interactions with clients, change orders. Coordinate purchases, billing operations, and working effectively with office staff. Ensure the on-time completion of tasks and deadlines while upholding project efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and customer satisfaction.
- Estimating: Conduct the material take-off, obtain enterprise feedback, analyze the project scope and final bid, and complete the summary sheet to ensure accurate and thorough project documentation.
- Business Development: Cultivate relationships with customers by participating in consumer-oriented events. Oversee and handle large accounts, generate new business prospects, and strictly adhere to budgets that have been set.
- Construction Site Supervisor: Visit job sites, conduct job meetings, foster trust with field employees, and work with site superintendents to ensure efficient and effective project management.
- Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Construction Management, Mechanical/Electrical Engineering or related
- Minimum 5+ years’ experience in electrical construction project management, with some focus on low voltage projects
- Estimating experience
- Proven success in client relations and business development
- PMP Certification (preferred)
- Exceptional analytical, prioritization, and problem-solving skills
- Strong influence and leadership abilities
- High energy levels and adaptable under pressure
- General construction safety awareness
Senior Project manager – Mission Critical
The Senior Project Manager is accountable for the success of all aspects of data center construction projects, from bidding and contract award through completion. Responsibilities include outlining and delegating tasks, creating timelines, estimating and adhering to costs, mitigating risks, and nurturing positive client relationships. The PM collaborates with all other departments within the organization, including purchasing, accounting, engineering, and safety as well as field supervision, general contractors, construction managers and inspectors.
- Project and Account Management: manage overall schedule and milestones; financial, labor and change order tracking; materials purchasing and deliveries; customer relations; billing
- Business Development: maintain customer relationships; manage large accounts; propagate $1-2m new business annually
- Estimating: determine materials take-off; review project scope and final bid; finalize summary sheet
- Site Management: visit job sites; conduct job meetings, build trust with field staff and collaborate with site superintendents
- Team Leadership: provide mentorship to less senior PMs; manage expectations of contributing office personnel; assume responsibility for project financials and outcomes
- Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Construction Management, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or related field
- Minimum 5-7+ years’ experience in project management, preferably in construction or a closely related field.
- Minimum 3 years’ experience in project management in data center construction. Experience in large Tech or Fortune 500 company data center a plus
- PMP certification a plus
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Professionalism, with excellent interpersonal, collaboration, and customer service skills.
- Outstanding organizational and prioritization skills.
- Superior time management skills with a proven ability to manage and satisfy competing deadlines.
- Superior analytical, detail, and problem-solving skills.
- Demonstrated influence and leadership abilities.
- Electrical/LV/Energy System knowledge
- High energy and adaptable under pressure
An estimator reviews drawings and specifications and accurately determines labor costs for electrical construction jobs. Strong oral and written communication skills are essential for drafting detailed proposal letters, effectively communicating decisions, and completing a comprehensive estimate. This position includes budgeting and cost estimating, with the ability to handle multiple bids at once and adapt to project size.
- Data Acquisition and Organization: Download project documents, organize the estimate file, set up Accubid and Live Count, and identify gaps that require attention.
- Support Project Manager in Work in Progress Management: Facilitate effective project management by managing documentation, assisting with the development of change orders, fostering communication with field teams and clients, and managing task finances, including forecasting work progress and monitoring important project logs.
- Estimate Development and Review: Produce accurate takeoff and estimate entry, quote/subcontract review, estimate summarization, and proposal letter composition. Review scope with customers and estimate “comeback” items.
- Scope Definition and Clarification: Review project documents, specifications and bid forms. Proactively prepare and submit RFIs as needed to define the scope of work.
- Acquiring Quotes and Subcontracts: Organize bid packages, deliver them to the purchasing department, and respond to vendor questions when necessary.
- Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Construction Management, or Engineering required.
- 5-8 years of electrical construction industry experience required.
- Electrician license (preferred)
- Ability to ascertain necessary time and materials thoroughly based on CAD drawings and job specifications.
- Intermediate proficiency in Microsoft Office
- Experience with Accubid preferred or similar software.
- Exceptional attention to detail and thoroughness.
- Strong focus on providing exceptional customer service.
VDC Modeler II
The VDC Modeler II is responsible for aiding the Field Coordinator and/or the Electrical Systems Designer while adhering to the standards and workflows that have been established by the BIM Manager. Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, designing layouts for power and low voltage systems, creating & placing annotations (tags, keynotes, dimensions, etc.), creating and managing sheets & revisions, plotting, and exporting views/sheets.
- Create electrical room layouts
- Create families and project content to be used in models by VDC modelers
- Model designs in AutoCAD or Revit up to the specifications of the job
- Manage project template, blocks, details and plotting standards
- Review detailed shop drawings for prefabrication and/or field installation
- Maintain project drawings and details through all addendums, bulletins, etc.
- Create training guides of various software used by the field and office
- Associate’s Degree in Engineering or Electrical Design
- 3-5+ years in the commercial electrical construction industry
- Minimum 3-5 years’ experience designing electrical systems using AutoCad and/or Revit
- Ability to independently design electrical room layouts
- Understanding of project schedules and timelines
- Understanding of electrical risers/single line diagrams
- Understanding of various electrical systems layouts
- Capable of reading manufacturer’s shop drawings and equipment cut sheets
Continental Electrical Construction Company is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in employment on account of race, color, religion, national origin, citizenship status, ancestry, age, sex, sexual or gender orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, military status or unfavorable discharge from military service.