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“Here, you're not just a number. Management knows every employee by name and is definitely committed to the success of all." 

-David Goeing,


Apply Today

We are currently hiring for the positions listed below:

  • Union Lead Carpenters

  • Union Carpenters

  • Project Engineer

  • Project Manager


If you share our passion for leaving the world better than we found it, please forward your PDF resume to

Please include your name, phone number, and the position you are applying for in the subject line. 


Union carpenters or leads, please include your local union number, outline any experience in general and healthcare construction, and provide your CBT training link. OSHA 30, Healthcare Best Practices, First Aid/CPR, Scaffold/Erector, and Lift Training are essential in our line of work.

Union members in good standing can obtain Skill Advancement Training through the Mid-America Carpenters Regional Council Apprentice and Training Program. 

Join Our Team
Help us build healthy places in the world.

Custom Contracting seeks to bring onto out team individuals who have the desire and energy to work diligently and responsibly in our challenging, yet personally rewarding profession.

Diversity, equity, and inclusion by design

Custom Contracting is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

We’ve built a work environment and corporate culture firmly grounded

in diversity and inclusion with an unwavering commitment to equity.  


We recognize that every qualified applicant comes to us with a unique set of talents, capabilities, and circumstances. We’re committed to enabling each who joins our team with the tools, training, and resources required to succeed and thrive.


All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or veteran or disability status.

Certified WBENC - Custom Contracting

“I’m living testimony that women in construction can shatter the glass ceiling and seize opportunities to advance, even to the level of ownership.”

-Donna LaJeunesse,


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