Careers

Tribco isn't just a fun place to work – it's a great place to learn, grow, and embark on a rewarding construction career.

Our employees help create an innovative culture, enjoy a wide variety of challenging work opportunities, and feel passionate about the work that they do. At Tribco, the people are the heart of the company, and investing in motivated, quality workers is our number one priority.

Our company prides itself on its family-oriented culture with professionals of all ages and experience levels that are invested in your personal development and success. We understand the importance of having a work-life balance, and often host social outings, community outreach programs, and holiday parties that add to our welcoming, collaborative culture.

From the beginning, employees are supported in determining career paths that align with their personal skills and passions, with ample resources available to them. From promotion opportunities (both local and nation-wide) and extensive training, to professional development and continued educational programs, there’s never a shortage of chances for career growth with Tribco.

Our team is comprised of diverse and highly-skilled professionals, and we are proud of our national certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE), awarded by the Women’s Business Development Center in Chicago (WBDC-Chicago).

Tribco Construction Services is an equal opportunity employer (EEO) and provides an unbiased approach to the hiring process at all levels. Employees and applicants for employment are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Tribco complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment.

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Top Reasons Our Employees Choose Tribco Construction

  1. There is serious emphasis placed on ethics and respect, across all levels.
  2. You’re able to solve problems and see the end result. (problem solvers/not stuck in the office)
  3. The company takes professional development to the next level, and is invested in your success.
  4. There’s always something new to work on; there’s no shortage of variety in your workload.
  5. You are able to gain firsthand experience managing complex sites and play an important part in exciting projects.
  6. Tribco invests in its people, and has built a talented team with big capabilities.
  7. The company has a strong local history and expertise, with processes and growth opportunities that are reflective of a national organization.

The Ceco Connection

Tribco Construction Services was acquired by Ceco Concrete Construction in 2005. In early 2016, Ceco’s Chicago office merged with Tribco further tying together the two companies’ deep experience across all elements of concrete building construction. Tribco and Ceco have both operated in Chicago for decades with rich histories made up of diverse project successes. The merger enhances the strong bonding, financial, safety, engineering and management strength of the organization.

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College Graduates

New Tribco employees undergo extensive training and are offered unique opportunities all throughout their first stretch of time with the company. Once hired by Tribco, in-office employees will be brought into quality control training, with exposure to on-site experience right off the bat. After the first year, you are sent to Kansas City for week-long training, and once completed, your individual career path will begin to be determined and discussed. This deliberate development and training process has been designed to help accurately fit people where they want to go. Recent college graduates are given a thorough on-the-job education, with a development track that moves you through assistant project manager roles, project manager/quality control, and then on to engineering or project management.

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Craft Workers

At Tribco, we care about all levels of a construction career. Tribco works hand-in-hand with the unions to put a high value on ethics in the workplace, and treat all employees ethically and with the respect they that they deserve. We require our leadership team to participate in ethics, compliance, and fair wage training in order to truly support and understand unions’ and their needs.

Tribco Construction believes quality orientations and continuous training sessions are key. We developed an extensive in-house resource library with documents developed in collaboration with various staff across multiple departments. These “Best Practice” documents were then vetted nationally and made available to all employees. These “Best Practices” help ensure all teams have the knowledge and expertise at their disposal on both a local and national level.

Skilled laborers on the Tribco team also have a “Cradle to Grave” training program at their disposal. The program provides in-depth, in-house resources, as well as documents developed in collaboration with various parties and vetted by people nationally, from the very beginning to the very end of your career. Mentorship is never far away throughout your entire time here with Tribco, and as you show valuable leadership abilities, you are helped up that ladder.

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Tenured Staff

Professional development doesn’t just stop after your first couple years with Tribco. We continually work to invest in and develop our tenured staff members as well, offering plenty of corporate training and annual development opportunities to grow as a Tribco employee and construction professional as a whole.

Our nationwide leadership academy has four modules and electives to choose from. Specialized courses and crew leader development processes are also offered in-house for Tribco employees.