Heavy Road Construction, Ready Mix & Snow Removal Services

Positions

General Laborers
Concrete Finishers
Heavy Equipment Operator
CDL Drivers
Field Mechanics
Quality Control Test

Benefits

Union Company
Health, Welfare, & Pension
Equal Opportunity Employer

Application

Download an application here and email to info@trierweilerco.com



General Laborers

Perform tasks involving physical labor for concrete and masonry construction projects. May operate a variety of hand and power tools. May clean and prepare sites, dig trenches, set braces and concrete forms, erect scaffolding, clean up rubble and debris and remove waste materials. May assist other craft workers.

  • Perform a variety of tasks involving strenuous manual labor in concrete and masonry construction projects; perform manual work in preparing surfaces for concrete.
  • Shovel concrete into construction area.
  • Fine grade fill to grades given by foreman.
  • Assist in set forms and wall panel forms.
  • Maintain a clean job site: pick up all tools and equipment and secure job site each day in order to eliminate potential hazards.
  • Material handling and storage.
  • Load and unload trucks and haul and hoist materials.
  • Ensure that proper safety and incident reporting procedures are followed. Bring problems to the attention of the Foreman, Safety Director or HR Manager.

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Concrete Finishers

Under general supervision, performs a variety of tasks including placing, finishing, protecting and repairing concrete in a safe and efficient manner and according to federal and state heavy highway regulations.

  • Checking forms for proper construction
  • Setting forms to the desired pitch, depth, and proper alignment
  • Spread, level and smooth concrete using a rake, shovel, hand or power trowel, hand or power screed, and float
  • Mold expansion joints and edges using edging tools, jointer, and straight edge
  • Monitor weather elements for effect on the curing of concrete
  • Produce rough concrete surface using a broom
  • Operate power vibrator to compact concrete
  • Application of surface treatments
  • Follow instructions and work as a member of a team

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Concrete Paver

  • Operates heavy equipment (backhoes, bulldozers, skid steer loaders, trenchers, etc.)
  • Performs backfilling and grading operations to specified grade
  • Performs preventative maintenance such as general equipment cleaning, checking fluid levels, lubrication, maintaining tires pressures, and changing implements or attachments
  • Knowledge of heavy equipment used in excavation, backfilling, and loading operations and their capacities and physical limitations. Ability to operate wheel or crawler-type backhoe, large and small tractors, skid steer loader, trencher, grader blade, snow blade, dump truck, flatbed truck, pickup truck, hand and portable electric tools
  • Ability to excavate and move materials in a precise manner
  • Ability to know your location in relation to the environment or to know where other objects are in relation to you
  • Ability to work in safe and efficient manner

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CDL Drivers

  • Commercial Driver's License w/Endorsements as required Current Medical Certification
  • Drives truck equipped dump body to transport and dump materials such as rock, concrete, or other materials as needed
  • Performs daily truck equipment inspections and all required safety equipment including, but not limited to; tires, lights, brakes, gas, oil, and water, etc. before each shift to assure equipment is safe for usage
  • Completes written daily inspection report as required. Submits a request for maintenance for any repair items
  • Operate truck safely to and from project destination
  • Maintains truck logs or time recordings as required by state, federal, and company policies and regulations

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Field Mechanics

An employee in this class is responsible for field and shop skilled diagnostics, maintenance and repair of engines and hydraulics, transmissions, and electrical systems powering heavy duty equipment, including trucks, road construction and maintenance machinery and vehicles, medium and light weight equipment, and high performance engines. Performs equipment and electrical troubleshooting to test operational efficiency of engines and drive train, hydraulic and exhaust systems, etc. and determines the cause(s) of malfunction(s).

Troubleshoot, replace, and repair equipment in the field so that equipment is kept in operational condition by making emergency repairs; performing preventive maintenance tests on equipment; troubleshooting equipment for hydraulic, mechanical, and electrical problems; and performing body modifications and repair work to mechanical equipment at field sites.

Maintain and repair light, medium, and heavy equipment so that down time is minimized and equipment is available when needed by repairing and overhauling engines, cooling system, heating and air conditioning systems, air, and hydraulic systems and electronically operated brakes and other equipment, transmission and drive train systems, and electrical monitoring systems on equipment such as loaders, pavers, graders, wall machines, dump trucks, etc.


Quality Control Test

  • Experience in the construction industry or related outdoor work
  • Knowledge of concrete and aggregate testing with respect to current ATSM and AASHTO standards
  • Good organizational skills, written and verbal communication skills
  • Use of hand tools such as wrenches and screwdrivers
  • Ability to perform these motions is mandatory: climbing, driving, riding, stooping, bending, squatting, twisting, frequent lifting of up to 75 pounds, occasional lifting of 100 pounds, stretching, sitting, pushing/pulling of controls, riding on rough terrain, and walking on uneven ground and stairs
  • Must be self-motivated and able to complete assigned tasks with minimal supervision, safely and efficiently
  • Must be computer literate, with a working knowledge of MS Office (Outlook, Excel and Word applications)
  • The work environment is in a Lab and outdoors in the field (in all weather conditions)
  • Overtime work plus nights as required/flexible hours
  • Ability to safely lift and handle material samples weighing 75 pounds
  • Must be willing to train for other tasks as required
  • Good math skills, including basic statistics and estimating
  • Valid WI driver's license and clean driving record

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