At Clearwater Construction, our success is driven by our strong safety training programs, expanded opportunities and unmatched construction resources for our team members.
Every Clearwater project starts with a team of dedicated professionals. We are looking for individuals who are eager to develop their skills and apply them to help construct bridges that connect communities, people and places. We know it takes a diverse team to build the future and we are looking for all types of talent to become part of our construction family.
At Clearwater, we truly believe one accident is too many. That is why our company is built on a safety foundation that would match the foundation of any bridge structure we construct.
Our focus is our team members and utilizing our company-specific safety management system to allow everyone to work safely. Our “Work Safe, No One Gets Hurt” culture extends into everything we do.
To that end, we offer comprehensive safety training to all of our field employees. Our Safety Director conducts annual and periodic project specific safety training and is committed to providing the very best instruction to our team.
Clearwater Construction is a Pre-Qualified contractor in many states throughout the Country. We have constructed bridges in all 67 counties throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and throughout the states of West Virginia, Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Idaho, Washington and Oregon.
Clearwater has established an On-the-Job Training Program (through PennDOT) providing training opportunities for minority, women, and economically disadvantaged candidates to advance them toward journey-level status in highway construction trades. Clearwater supports and encourages this program which provides a minimum of 1,000 hours of combined on-the-job training and work experience to provide an effective, significant and meaningful training opportunity.
Minorities and women are encouraged to apply for our Trainee Programs when they become available! Once an trainee has completed training, he/she has the potential to advance towards journey-level status in highway construction trades including, but not limited to: