We believe that our achievements and core values of honesty, integrity, and effort, reflect us as a company and are a direct result of the dedication and drive of each person who calls him or herself an AGAE employee.
That’s why we focus on creating an inviting environment in which our employees can succeed by developing their own unique sets of skills and abilities.
If you come to work for AGAE, you can expect to be supported and respected and to find friendship, satisfying work, and rewarding challenges.
Most of all, you can expect to be a valued part of a Team, where you will work closely with others to find creative solutions, drawing on one another’s strengths and expertise to make AGAE stronger and better.
The Project Manager is responsible for the management of the entire project, including scheduling, purchasing, quality, and safety.See More Details >Learn More
The Project Coordinator/Assistant Project Manager (PCAPM) is responsible for managing day-to-day activities of contract administration, pay requests, change orders, requests for information, tracking submittals, and closeouts, while maintaining and delivering a high level of quality.See More Details >Learn More
The Superintendent is directly responsible for planning, scheduling, coordinating, and directing field activities on projects.See More Details >Learn More
The Estimator will support and work with management, operations, and other estimating staff in the review of project plans, requirements, and specifications. The Estimator shall have knowledge of construction means and methods, costs, and engineering principles.See More Details >Learn More
The Project Engineer is responsible for assisting Project Managers & Superintendents in coordinating the activities of a project to ensure cost, schedule, document control. & Quality standards are achieved.See More Details >Learn More
The Project Accountant (PA) is responsible for the oversight of financial accounting work related to various construction projects; including coordination of subcontractor invoices, delivery of contracts and other documents as well as maintaining a positive relationship with the client, vendors, and subcontractors.See More Details >Learn More