- Who We Are
- The Ethel Walker School - Centennial Center
- Ursuline Academy- Athletic and Convocation Center
- Lesley University- Animation Studio
- Middlesex School- Bass Arts Pavilion and Danoff Visual Arts Center
- The Southport School- Arts and Music Building
- Inly School
- Landmark School - Swalm Science Center
- Pingree School Arts & Athletics
- Senior Living
Healthcare / Biotech
- Partners Urgent Care
- Celldex Therapeutics
- The Hospital of Central Connecticut - Family Health Center
- The Hospital of Central Connecticut - Advanced Wound and Hyperbaric Medicine Center
- Southington Care Center
- Connecticut Children's- Infusion Center and Gastrointestinal Clinic
- Levine Orthodontics
- Tufts HLA Isolation Ward
- Specialty Work
- How We Do It
- Our Blog
- Join Our Family
- Contact Us
BUILDING VISIONS AND PEOPLE
We don’t hire people for a job, we partner with them for a career.
More than 30% of us have been here for 10 years or more. We focus on building the right seat for the right person, and our mission and core values are at the heart of that.
We are smart, dedicated, collaborative and passionate about our work. We understand the value of having a good time while on the job. We provide a work environment that cultivates creativity, independent thinking and an open door philosophy.
We care about the health and well being of our employees on and off the job and offer a complete benefits package. Check out our culture page and Our Work section to see if C.E. Floyd is a good fit for you.
OPPORTUNITIES FOR EVERYONE
At C.E. Floyd, you have so many opportunities.
Watch real stories of some of our employees to learn about the personal and professional growth, sense of community and commitment to one other that we stand by as a family owned and operated business.
We are currently accepting applications for the following positions.
Entry Level Positions & INTERNSHIPS
Entry Level Positions
The Field Engineer role prepares you for a career as a Project Superintendent. The field engineer is assigned to the field operations team and will assist in obtaining, evaluating and coordinating all information needed to construct the project in accordance with the contract documents and to assure that the work meets all safety standards, is within schedule requirements, and is constructed to the highest level of quality possible. The field engineer works closely with the jobsite superintendent to manage temporary field staff, company laborers and carpenters.
The Project Engineer role prepares you for a career as a Project Manager. Our project engineers assist the project manager in managing and processing the administrative documentation for the assigned project(s) from the job set up stage to final project close-out. They’re also responsible for supporting the project field staff administratively.
Doing a coop with us is a great way to see if you fit our culture and like the work. Coops work on a variety of assignments. You’ll review shop-drawings, prepare pricing solicitations for change-orders and awarded contracts and RFI’s from sub-contractors. You may also attend some job meetings and are responsible for taking meeting minutes.