Careers

unparalleled workmanship in a culture that inspires

Our company’s mission is to provide honest, reliable service that stands head and shoulders above the rest. As a family-owned company, we take extreme pride in our people and in our ability to create innovative solutions that help us complete work efficiently and effectively. We’re a leader in the application of new technologies for bridge, roadway and infrastructure construction. “Safety-first” is a core principle at D.W. White Construction. Every step is consistently taken to ensure both crew and public safety is of the highest priority.

Dennis

My 2.5 years with D.W. White Construction have been both challenging and rewarding. The diversity of the projects we have and the variety of the tasks I perform keep my skills sharp and expose me to new experiences every day. I am fortunate that after 26 years of being a Land Surveyor I’m still able to expand my skill set while on the job. The progressive atmosphere here at D. W. White encourages us to use new methods and new equipment to provide fast and accurate results for our clients.

Peter

Working here at D.W. White is being part of a strong and experienced team; family is the difference that sets us apart from others. I feel our company is at the forefront of construction technology and heavy civil construction market leaders. D.W. White is passionate and proud to develop and produce successful projects and satisfied repeat customers.

WHO WE HIRE

  • Carpenters
  • Concrete finishers
  • Crane operators
  • Electricians
  • Equipment operators
  • Ironworkers- rebar
  • Ironworkers-structural
  • Mechanics
  • Millwrights
  • Pipefitters
  • RF technicians
  • Riggers
  • Scaffold builders
  • Surveyors
  • Welders

What Our Employees Say

As an estimator for D.W. White Construction, I enjoy chasing new projects in a challenging market with a passionate, hard-working, professional, friendly and easy-going team. I am continually impressed with the excellent reputation of D.W. White which is evident in the amount of repeat business from clients. I am proud of the fact DW White is the industry leader in the New England sitework construction market and look forward to working here for years to come.- MIKE
I am the Payroll Manager here at D W White Construction, I love what I do, and enjoy working for this great company, it's good to work in a team environment.<br /> Being in payroll I hear all the stories from our employees, either job related or about raising their families, it feels good to be able to get up every morning and walk into the office it just feels like being home.- CIDALIA
From the time that I was a little kid, I was always watching and helping my father with anything having to do with his excavation business. As I got older and started my career, I started working in excavation and site work. Then when I started working at DW White my passion for the industry grew to new heights. From heavy highway to heavy civil site work, every new project is a different challenge with a rewarding outcome. Working for a company that sets you up with all the right resources from management to field personnel, from heavy equipment to small equipment to complete a project is one of the reasons I love working here. It’s a privilege to go to work every day for a company that takes pride in their work and their employees.- JEFF

JOIN OUR TEAM

If you are interested in applying for a role at D.W. White Construction, please send an email with your resumé attached to careers@dwwhiteconstruction.com

Available Positions

Project Manager

  • Mon-Fri, 7am – 5pm working hours at DWW main office
  • Discussing daily operations with field supervision.
  • Assisting field supervision with real-time field issues
  • Site visits 1 – 2 times per week or as needed
  • Attending progress meetings (typically weekly) with the owner and project team
  • Interdepartmental communication and coordination
  • Developing short-term & project-wide schedules using scheduling software (Primavera P6/Microsoft Project)
  • Subcontractor contract negotiations, planning, scheduling and coordination.
  • Utilizing project management software tools, ie. Procore, Sharepoint, etc…, to manage project components such as material submittals, RFI’s, drawing logs, etc…
  • Material procurement and delivery coordination
  • Working with the project engineers to implement proposed designs and incorporating field changes
  • Estimating, submitting and negotiating contract change orders
  • Submitting monthly (or bi-monthly) pay requisitions
  • Invoice approval

Estimating Assistant

  • Mon-Fri, 7am-5pm working hours at DWW main office
  • Analysis of plan drawings and document specifications
  • Creation of RFQ’s for Subcontractors & Vendors Material Pricing
  • Daily communication with subcontractors and vendors regarding scope and schedule
  • Print, log, and file quotations from Subcontractors and Vendors
  • Utilizing take-off software to accurately quantify bid documents (Bluebeam Revu and Agtek)
  • Utilizing software to accurately price a bid (Excel and Bid2Win)
  • Interdepartmental communication and coordination
  • Assisting in the creation of Submittals
  • Logging and Tracking Submittal correspondence
  • Coordinate Document/Plan printing with field personnel

Survey Chef

  • 6:30am – 4:00pm Sites
  • Stakeout – roadway, underground utilities, bridge layout, sidewalks, and building pads.
  • Topo – project subsurface layers for payment (topo existing, stripped, and subgrade).
  • As-Built – all work performed and create detailed CAD files for review.
  • CAD Drafting – create cross sections and plan area drawings for payment.

We send all of our surveyors to training yearly. Mainly to keep up with all of our tech. We have GPS in almost our entire fleet of excavators, dozers, and motor grades. We also employ two advanced imaging dronies for photogrammetry and we have two commercial drone pilots on staff. We use robotic total stations and MM-GPS. This technology gives our surveyors millimeter accuracy with the flexibility of using GPS receivers.

Training:

  • Topcon and Trimble for machine control.
  • CAD – Every surveyor get 1-5 days training a year depending on skill level.
  • Agtek – Select surveyors who show the aptitude for modeling will get a week of
  • 3D modeling training with an outside consultant.
  • Topcon – Training for layout and equipment.

Note: We do not layoff our surveyors in the winter they are full time employees.

Bridge Survey Chef

6:30am – 4:00pm Sites

I’m looking for someone with experience laying out bridges for construction. The work includes stakeout of bridge excavation limits, topo of excavation, layout of foundation forms, pinning walls, rebar layout, and anchor bolt layout. The work also includes reading shop drawings and verifying overall steel lengths versus delivered beams and checking anchor bolt to anchor bolt lengths in insure proper dimensions prior to replacement of beams. The above is a brief description of work that is needed for bridge construction.

We send all of our surveyors to training yearly. Mainly to keep up with all of our tech. We have GPS in almost our entire fleet of excavators, dozers, and motor grades. We also employ two advanced imaging dronies for photogrammetry and we have two commercial drone pilots on staff. We use robotic total stations and MM-GPS. This technology gives our surveyors millimeter accuracy with the flexibility of using GPS receivers.

Training:

  • Topcon and Trimble for machine control.
  • CAD – Every surveyor get 1-5 days training a year depending on skill level.
  • Agtek – Select surveyors who show the aptitude for modeling will get a week of
  • 3D modeling training with an outside consultant.
  • Topcon – Training for layout and equipment.

Note: We do not layoff our surveyors in the winter they are full time employees.