Qualified candidate will be responsible for the checking of shop drawings and all related production drawings.
The role of Sales Engineer is to provide design and detailing assistance on potential projects in the early stages of development.
The role of Project Engineer carries the responsibility of preparing the design calculations and detailing for a given project.
Our production department offers a broad range of skilled labor positions as well as entry-level positions that offer the opportunity to learn a skill.
Heavy Equipment Mechanic
A heavy-duty equipment mechanic will perform a full range of maintenance, repair and service activities on heavy, diesel-powered equipment. Candidates should be knowledgeable of tools, equipment, parts and procedures and work well in a fast-paced environment.
By accepting a job opportunity from Coreslab Structures, you will be given the ability to advance the skills that you already have, or if you are looking to attain a new skill, Coreslab Structures offers training for a wide range of skilled labor positions that will help you build a career in the precast concrete industry.
Coreslab Structures offers an intern program for graduates, and undergrads, in Construction Management, Engineering and Architecture. The program provides the intern with hands-on experience in all facets of precast concrete production and field erection operations. Contact Suzanne Nelson for additional information (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Coreslab Structures is recognized as a leader in the precast concrete industry with 18 fabricating operations across North America. One of the larger facilities is located in Phoenix and has been in operation under the Coreslab brand for nearly 30 years. Coreslab Structures is focused on superior customer service, quality products and a safe working environment for our employees.
“Coreslab has given me the opportunity to work hard, learn the production side of the business and advance within the company. I started as a carpenter, 10 years ago, and have moved up to my current position as production superintendent for the structural division. The work is fast paced, challenging and very rewarding to know that you had a hand in the construction of so many building projects.”
“I started with Coreslab back in 2000 as a carpenter on a field erection crew and within a few years I was promoted to field supervisor, responsible for the erection of the precast panels and coordinating our activities with the general contractor for each project that I was assigned. Coreslab prefers to promote from within and when an opportunity in the office opened up, I was offered a position as project manager.”
“I initially joined Coreslab right out of tech school and began my career in the drafting department. In the years that followed, I gained enough experience in precast concrete to take on the position of project manager. The work has been very interesting and challenging and the experience that I have gained has served me very well for my current position as director of preconstruction.”
Coreslab is very thankful for the work that the Phoenix community provides for our company and for our employees and we strive to give back to that community in many ways. We actively participate in charity events such as CanStruction which benefits Saint Mary’s Food Bank and many of our employees have volunteered their time as well. We have maintained a sponsorship for the McDowell Mountain Music Festival, which benefits many charities. We donate to the ABA backpack and toy drive each year for local families. In addition to charities, we work with local schools from kindergarten to graduate school.
It takes teamwork for a company like Coreslab Structures to run efficiently and it is that same emphasis that the company places on activities away from the job. Along with the hard work comes opportunities to participate with fellow employees in activities such as bowling, skeet shooting, corn hole competitions and volleyball.