The construction and real estate industries are exciting fields in which to work and offer many rewards to those who are passionate about their careers. Now is an important time in these industries. With the continued labor shortage, companies must carefully examine what they can do to attract and retain great talent.

A Valued Partnership

Partnering with a seasoned recruiter can make all the difference when it comes to hiring. It can be very challenging for companies to fill their high-need roles if they approach the hiring process without help.

Industry Knowledge

Our years of experience give us a distinct advantage in construction and real estate recruiting. We understand what candidates want and what motivates them to make a change. The candidates we present to our clients are highly qualified. Our recruiters manage each step of the talent search and address any issues along the way, making the entire process flow seamlessly.

We place talented construction and real estate professionals in a variety of different roles in construction and real estate. We fill roles ranging from support level to executive positions.

Some examples of the roles we fill:

  • Project Managers
  • Estimators
  • Project Engineers
  • Construction Executives
  • Safety
  • Superintendents
  • Project Accountants
  • Cost Engineers
  • Business Development
  • Property Managers
  • Building Engineers
  • Asset Managers

Experts in the Recruiting Process

Our in-depth knowledge of this market and understanding of what motivates candidates, gives us a distinct advantage. Our recruiters manage the process through all phases to make it a smooth experience for everyone; articulating the process and managing expectations on both sides.

Once an offer is made and the candidate is ready to accept, care has already been taken to ensure there is no misunderstanding, and everyone knows what to expect. Our team is diligent and listens carefully, which allows the closing process to ensue without disruption.

Are you ready to hire great construction or real estate talent?