•Paid time off
4 openings available.
We have an immediate opening for Pipelayers/Laborers with knowledge of setting up sewer, storm, and water mainline utilities. A strong understanding of grades, slopes, compaction, and drainage is required of applicants. Additionally, candidates should be able to install subsurface utilities. All Pipelayers/Laborers must follow company and governmental safety guidelines at all times.
Pipelayers lay pipe for storm or sanitation sewers, drains, and water mains. Perform any combination of the following tasks: grade trenches or culverts, position pipe, or seal joints. They also install or use instruments such as lasers, grade rods, or transit levels.
Cut pipes to required lengths.
Connect pipe pieces and seal joints, using welding equipment, cement, or glue.
Cover pipes with earth or other materials.
Install or repair sanitary or stormwater sewer structures or pipe systems.
Align and position pipes to prepare them for welding or sealing.
Check slopes for conformance to requirements, using levels or lasers.
Help equipment operators, carpenters, and other skilled labor when necessary.
Prep construction sites by cleaning obstacles and hazards.
Load or unload construction materials.
Put together and take apart temporary structures, such as scaffolding.
Remove, fill, or compact earth.
Ready to learn from on-the-job training when necessary.
Perform site clean-up.
Experienced pipelayer with knowledge of storm, water, & sewer.
Must have reliable transportation.
Must have experience as a general laborer in the construction industry.
Ability to read and comprehend plans.
Ability to use pipe laser and other tools for underground utility work.
Inland Infrastructure is a heavy civil general contractor specializing in utility and road construction. Our goal is to manage a balanced portfolio of public works projects, private developments, and site work packages for select GC’s. Although we are a fairly new company, our team of professionals provide decades of combined experience and maintain strong relationships in the local Architecture, Engineering, and Construction community