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Superintendent – Denver

Job Description: Project Superintendent – Denver, CO

FLSA: Salaried-Exempt

Supervisory Responsibilities: Yes

Reports to: VP of Operations

Join a GC firm in business over 65 years, with 8 regional offices to handle our Denver based operations. As the project Superintendent, you will oversee the project from start-to-finish. Your role on our team requires working closely with our carpenter teams, running subcontractors, administering Quality Control, and implementing all scope/design documents elements. Do you also have any hands-on experience with field work? If so, that will help as architecturals are not often available.

Meeting schedules and being flexible is what our customers in the elevator industry love most about our people. As the GC, our work involves all elements of construction code compliance that go into completing the installation and upgrade of an elevator–everything but the elevator, to be exact. We have over 25 years in this industry alone–no one can match the thousands of successful projects we have completed. You know you will need to conduct jobsite meetings, prep equipment and material on a weekly basis and administer the jobsite safety program toward an achievable goal of zero incidents. Just part of the job are Project reporting updates, kick-offs, change order pricing and preparing internal documentation. Taking photos and detailed job updates on your tablet is a cornerstone to success, as is being the professional we expect on a daily basis. We are ethical and expect the same of everyone on staff. We value a happy, productive workplace for everyone, and training for the position is part of guaranteeing that continues. We want you to be able to work independently, as well as with our sales team when project surveys are needed, so managing your time well is a critical skill set for this position.

Do you have at least 5 years superintendent experience managing multiple Tenant Interior finish jobs in office buildings, multi-family settings, public sector offices, hospitals, hotels, etc.? A combination of primarily self-directed commercial supervisory experience with some residential exposure is also going to help, as you need to know materials and installation methods for standard finishes (framing, drywall, paint,) electrical upgrades (disconnects, lighting, switches), fire alarm (devices and programming,) sprinklers, A/C units, sump pumps, and the occasional sheet metal or steel work, the latter always covered by detailed drawings.

  • Bachelor’s Degree or Associates Degrees, preferably in construction-related fields.
  • Demonstrable commercial experience is construction means, methods, equipment, tools, and work procedures, as well as advanced understanding of construction scheduling, and cost control. Tell us about the projects you’ve worked on.
  • Commercial construction experience must include control and supervision of key subcontractors (electrical, alarm, mechanical, plumbing, etc.).

Physical Demands

  • Continuously sit, stand or walk
  • Bend, squat, climb stairs and ladders
  • Lift frequently, occasionally up to 50 pounds Work Environment
  • Mobile office and shop environment
  • Active project sites (occupied buildings)
  • Hands-on field carpenter
  • Painting experience helpful

Work in extreme weather may be required Work in confined spaces may be required

  • Travel required for projects out of town
  • Pay based on experience


Job type

  • Full-time

Number of openings for this position

  • 1


  • 8 hour shift


  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Dental insurance
  • 401(k)
  • Vision insurance
  • Life insurance
  • 401(k) matching

Superintendent - Dallas, TX

Job Responsibilities

  • Provide the highest level of customer service through exacting standards, proactive communication, and uncompromising ethical standards
  • Oversight for overall sales strategy, including integration of sales growth and market share objectives
  • Provide leadership and daily direction to the operations team in collaboration with the national VP of operations.
  • Project management of existing projects
  • Prospecting, surveying, and proposing new projects
  • Satisfy or exceed market sales goals
  • Partner closely with CBI operational leaders to ensure clear alignment and maximize field efficiency
  • Continual outreach and relationship building with elevator contractors, consultants, and property managers to establish CBI as the preferred provider of WBO services.
  • Management and recruitment of subcontractor partners
  • Take part in sales and operations bi-monthly meetings
  • Travel throughout the Southern California area


  • 5+ years of relevant work experience required
  • Elevator modernization experience is preferred
  • Ability to interact and communicate effectively with customers, team members, and CBI leadership is critical for this role
  • Self-motivated to work independently and efficiently in a competitive, customer-focused environment
  • Strong problem-solving skills and the ability to generate stakeholder interest are critical for this role
  • Strong understanding of building and elevator codes
  • Prior leadership experience is preferred
  • Ready to take on new challenges daily, be detailed oriented, and able to prioritize
  • Strong business acumen with demonstrated business decision-making skills
  • Natural desire to learn and curiosity about industry dynamics
  • Bachelor’s degree or acceptable experience

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CBI is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status, age, or any other federally protected class.

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