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Careers

BENEFITS

Paid Time Off (PTO)

B&F wants its employees to have opportunities to enjoy time away from work to help balance their lives and deal with other obligations and needs. PTO is awarded immediately upon hire and every hire date anniversary thereafter, the employee is awarded additional PTO.

401K Retirement Savings

We provide the opportunity for our employees to participate in a 401(k) Retirement Plan. We also offer a voluntary matching contribution of 50% of the employee’s deferral amount up to a set maximum amount.

Medical Insurance

We offer medical insurance coverage that is heavily subsidized by the company to keep the employee paid portion as low as possible. We offer three different plan options with low-cost employee-only coverage, and reasonably priced spouse, child, and family coverages.

Vision

We offer vision insurance coverage with both in-network and out of network benefits including annual eye examinations, glasses, frames, and contact lenses. Coverage is available for employee, spouse, children, or the whole family.

Dental

We offer two dental insurance coverage plans to choose form. One offers both in-network and out of network benefits and the other offers only in-network benefits. Coverage is available for employee, spouse, children, or the whole family.

Life and Disability Insurance

We offer group term life insurance paid for entirely by the company. We also offer employees the option of adding additional life and/or disability insurance for themselves and family members.

JOB OPENINGS

Laborer

Job Type: Full-time

Our laborers have general responsibility to provide support and assistance to the other skilled crafts working on the project.  In addition to supporting the other workers on the project, our laborers have general cleanup and supply duties on the jobsite. These include handling raw materials and supplies used during the project. Laborers are also responsible for general cleanup, sweeping, removal of debris, lifting and moving portable generators and toilets, as well as other miscellaneous construction materials and equipment as needed throughout the project.

Laborers perform tasks involving physical labor on heavy construction projects. They may operate a variety of hand and power tools, clean and prepare job sites, dig trenches, set braces to support the sides of excavations, clean up rubble and debris and remove waste materials. A laborer will be assigned to a variety of miscellaneous tasks for heavy construction of underground utilities and other types of projects such as assisting with onsite traffic control, ensuring dust control permit requirements are being performed, loading and unloading of deliveries, and site signage modifications.

Qualifications & Education Requirements

  • High School diploma or equivalent work experience
  • Must have flexibility in personal schedule including weekdays and occasional night and weekend work
  • OSHA and related safety training a plus
  • Ability to stand and exert physical effort performing manual labor most of the day
  • Ability to lift up to 60 pounds regularly and up to 100 pounds occasionally
  • Ability to work in confined spaces
  • Willingness to wear required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including hard hat, eye protection, reflective vest, gloves and composite-toed boots
  • Ability to work in severe weather conditions, including extreme heat
  • Knowledge of hand and power tools
  • Knowledge or experience in underground dry and/or wet utility installation a plus
  • Knowledge of street and highway traffic rules and regulations, and safety precautions to be observed in working on or near roads and highways
  • Ability to detect unsafe or hazardous conditions of equipment and work environment
  • Thorough knowledge of safety standards and Underground Facilities Law (Blue Stake, Arizona 811)
  • Hold/obtain and maintain an OSHA 10 Certification
  • Good communication skills and the ability to interact in a team environment
  • Reliable transportation
  • Bilingual English/Spanish a plus
  • Ability to pass pre-employment and random drug tests

Job Responsibilities

  • Follow the direction of the foreman to perform miscellaneous assigned tasks, including driving, digging, pulling, pushing, lifting, measuring, cutting, marking, recording, positioning, aligning, sealing, and reading prints/drawings
  • Exhibit safe work practices by following company rules and OSHA regulations, including attendance at all required safety training programs
  • Take action to avoid potential hazards and obstructions such as utility lines, equipment, other workers and falling objects
  • Perform a wide variety of manual labor tasks involving dexterous use of hand tools such as pneumatic, electric and hand tools
  • Maintain a clean work environment, pick up all tools and equipment to secure the job site each day in order to eliminate potential hazards
  • Prepare job site and load/unload equipment and materials
  • Perform pre-trip and post-trip vehicle/equipment inspections

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Pipelayer

Job Type: Full-time

Under the general direction of the Foreman (and Superintendent), our pipelayers have the general responsibility of assembling, connecting, and installing pipe systems for “wet” utilities (storm or sanitation sewers, drains, and water mains) and/or “dry” utilities (power, cable, communications, natural gas, and conduit). Our pipelayers ensure the ground is prepped, on grade, and meets specifications for slope, shade, and alignment.  Pipelayers must be proficient in the installation of water, sanitary and storm sewer systems, and/or power, cable, communications, and natural gas pipe systems. This includes service connections, mechanical, or gasket fittings including valves, tee’s, wye’s bends, couplings, saddles, and ARV’s.  Pipelayers must be knowledgeable in a variety of sizes/types of water lines, sewer pipes, and/or conduit and lines for power, cable, communications, and natural gas with the skill and workmanship to install them with a high degree of accuracy.

Qualifications and Education Requirements

  • High School diploma or equivalent education
  • 2 years of work-related experience in laying underground “wet” utilities (storm or sanitation sewers, drains, and water mains) and/or “dry” utilities (power, cable, communications, natural gas, and conduit)
  • Knowledge of materials, production processes, quality control, costs, and other techniques for maximizing the effective installation or repair of pipelines
  • Work within special standard of accuracy
  • Must have flexibility in personal schedule including weekdays, overtime with occasional night and weekend work
  • Strong focus on safety, quality, integrity, productivity, and teamwork
  • OSHA, confined space, and related safety training a plus
  • Ability to stand and exert physical effort performing manual labor most of the day
  • Ability to lift up to 60 pounds regularly and up to 100 pounds occasionally
  • Ability to work in confined spaces
  • Ability to understand and follow plans, drawings, and directions (verbal and written)
  • Willingness to wear required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including hard hat, eye protection, reflective vest, gloves, and composite-toed boots
  • Ability to work in severe weather conditions, including extreme heat
  • Knowledge of hand and power tools required to perform the duty of a pipelayer
  • Knowledge or experience in underground dry and/or wet utility installation is a must
  • Knowledge of street and highway traffic rules and regulations, and safety precautions to be observed in working on or near roads and highways
  • Ability to detect unsafe or hazardous conditions of tools and work environment
  • Thorough knowledge of safety standards and Underground Facilities Law (Blue Stake, Arizona 811)
  • Hold/obtain and maintain an OSHA 10 Certification
  • Good communication skills and the ability to interact in a team environment
  • Reliable transportation
  • Bilingual English/Spanish a plus
  • Ability to pass pre-employment and random drug tests

Job Responsibilities

  • Measure and mark pipes to the required length for cutting and threading; cut, thread, hammer, and weld pipe to specifications using saws, pipe threaders, and benders; connect pipe pieces and seals joints
  • Secure pipes to structures with clamps, brackets, and hangers
  • Grout and clear manholes
  • Inspect, examine, and test installed systems and pipelines using pressure hydrostatic testing, observation, or other testing methods
  • Locate existing pipes needing repair or replacement through potholing and/or excavation
  • Tap and drill holes into pipes to introduce auxiliary line or devices
  • Maintain a safe worksite and exhibit safe work practices by following company rules and OSHA regulations, including attendance at all required safety training programs
  • Wear required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including hard hat, eye protection, reflective vest, gloves, and composite-toed boots
  • Be able to perform a wide variety of manual labor tasks involving dexterous use of hand tools such as pneumatic, electric, and hand tools

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