Millstone Weber operates in nearly every sector of the heavy civil transportation construction industry, giving us the opportunity to build long-lasting quality relationships we’re proud to be a part of.
Our strong employee retention rate speaks to both the growth opportunities we provide and the core values we constantly work towards:
People, Quality, Innovation, & Continuous Improvement
At Millstone Weber we believe that we make a difference. It’s what sets us apart. As exceptional builders, we improve lives and give back to the communities we work in.
If you share our values and know you could make a great contribution to the Millstone Weber team, we invite you to browse our current available positions:
The Millstone Weber LLC Internship Program offers a well-rounded, educational work experience for undergraduates seeking a career in construction. The MW program is more than a summer job – it’s a professional and educational program that prepares students for a successful transition to a challenging and rewarding career. It’s also a chance for MW to see students in action, matching the talents and interests of today’s brightest minds to the emerging needs of our business.
Résumés and letters of application are accepted year-round. The program is open to all freshman, sophomores, juniors, and seniors enrolled in Civil Engineering, Construction Management, Construction Engineering Technology, Occupational Health, Safety, & Environment, and Accounting degree programs. Students pursing all other related degrees in Engineering are also encouraged to apply.
For more information about the internship program or to send your resumé and cover letter, please contact
Colette Diedrich (636) 688-8879 or by email at email@example.com
The Estimator will support and work with preconstruction/ business development staff in the review of project plans, requirements and specifications. The Estimator shall organize and work with a team of several members (Estimators, Engineers, Take-offs…) and shall perform pricing, and bidding of construction projects. The Estimator shall have extensive knowledge of construction means and methods, costs and engineering principles.
The Project Manager’s primary responsibility is overall management and execution of assigned contracts including Bid-Build/Design-Build Contracts with Public or Private Owners through all phases of construction including bidding, planning/project startup, construction, and post construction/project closeout.
The Survey Technician is responsible for coordinating pre-field evaluations for determining the scope of work. The surveyor will also be responsible for the survey and layout on bridges, highways, railways, and foundations on heavy civil projects. Provide data relevant to the shape, contour, gravitation, location, elevation, or dimension of land or land features on or near the earth’s surface for engineering, construction, and other purposes.
The Quality Control Technician performs and documents routine field and laboratory testing/inspections as required by Project Quality Management Plan or as directed by Construction Quality Manager.
The Structural Roadway Estimator is responsible for preparing accurate cost estimates for projects in accordance with the applicable plans, specifications and standards with a thorough understanding of the project. The Senior Estimator will provide detailed analysis of the cost of the project and any potential opportunities to management staff for risk assessment and margin considerations.
The Field Engineer performs routine field and office assignments with supervision and oversight from the Project Manager. Provide support to the Project Manager and/or Project Superintendent in project administration, quality, safety, invoicing, contract management and project data management. The Field Engineer is expected to use their experience and judgment to make decisions within their limits of authority.
A Project Superintendent oversees all operations of a project from early planning to completion. They are required to demonstrate a thorough knowledge of all phases of construction practices and have a comprehensive understanding of plans and specifications. Their job is to organize and coordinate all personnel, equipment, suppliers and subcontractors to ensure harmonious operations throughout the project. They must be able to maintain the budget and the schedule of the project. They have to include safety in everything that they do and must be well versed on the OSHA regulations. They must be able to have a plan in place with all personnel, prior to construction activities that involve a high degree of risk.
Millstone Weber is an Equal Opportunity Employer and has long led the industry in training and hiring a diverse and inclusive workforce. To accomplish our goals of quality, innovation and continuous improvement, we are committed to partnering with employees and subcontractors who share our company values and seek to continually exceed the expectations of project owners.
We strive to maintain a work environment that provides all employees with an opportunity to be successful without regard to race, creed, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disabled Veterans and Vietnam Era Veterans, age, or physical/mental condition. As part of that policy, we adopt and support the Equal Opportunity Laws that are designed to promote the full realization of equal employment opportunity through a positive continuing program.