Respect, Responsibility, & Relationships

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If you are looking for an established, strong, and forward-thinking company that will challenge and support you, you have come to the right place! Roche Constructors is defined by three principles – Respect, Responsibility, and Relationships. These three principles are the foundation of the company and are represented by the three Rs that are built into our corporate logo. Our employees are the company’s representation of those three R’s. Our success is dependent upon on our people! With that being said, we are always looking for skilled team members that have the initiative to help the company achieve new levels of excellence.

Roche is actively searching to attract, develop, and retain talented team members. We are looking for hard-working and enthusiastic individuals that want to work in a positive team environment. Our supportive atmosphere and innovative tools will help you with career advancement, personal development, and achieving your utmost potential.

We are continuously looking for qualified and dedicated people to work at our offices in Colorado and Nevada and at our jobsites throughout the western United States. Regardless of job availability, we are always accepting applications for project managers, project superintendents, project engineers, and project estimators. Please send your résumé to if you are interested in joining the Roche team!


Current Job Postings

Position Details:
Greeley, CO
Date Posted:
November 16, 2018
Full Time
Contact Information:
Human Resources


Project Engineer

Job Description:
  • Maintain orderly documentation of all field purchases
  • Maintain and update a current CPM schedule at the jobsite at the Project Manager’s direction
  • Coordinate subcontractors’ work schedules at the Project Superintendent’s direction
  • Schedule equipment and materials at the Project Superintendent’s direction
  • Ensure timeliness of all submittals and shop drawings
  • Maintain and submit accurate, timely reports and forms as required by the Corporate and Regional offices and specific to the project
  • Accurately and continuously update the master drawing set
  • Analyze construction documents and drawings, and forecast any possible field problems; recognize discrepancies between construction documents and field conditions; communicate interpreted information to the Architect, Project Superintendent, and Project Manager
  • Review submittals and shop drawings for compliance with contract documents
  • Write RFI's as directed by the Project Superintendent
  • Participate in all meetings on-site including pre-trade, subcontractor and OAC meetings
Job Requirements:
  • Understand fundamental business activities and procedures
  • Basic knowledge of the construction industry
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, plus demonstrated ability to manage a team of varied disciplines
  • Advanced knowledge of construction engineering technology, codes, standards, etc., plus an in-depth understanding of the interdependence and relationship between other functional units required
  • Four-year construction management/engineering degree or equivalent technical training and related experience
Position Details:
Greeley, CO
Date Posted:
November 16, 2018
Full Time
Contact Information:
Human Resources


Project Estimator

Job Description:
  • Review plans and specifications for overall project understanding to identify risk in difficult work, operation, sequencing, project restrictions and time constraints
  • Establish work scopes for subcontractors, defining major and priority subs
  • Complete and review pricing and take-offs prior to pre-bids
  • Monitor coverage and solicit new subcontractors to bid projects we are estimating
  • Assemble thorough and accurate General Condition costs
  • Review proposal specifications and drawings, attend pre-bid meetings, as feasible, to determine scope of work and required estimate content
  • Demonstrate competency, accuracy, and organization during bids
  • Correspond with architects and engineers during estimate preparation
  • Assist in buyout process
  • Provide estimating support to other company divisions, as required
  • Improve existing subcontractor relationships with open communication to ensure accuracy with estimates
  • Stay apprised of current bid market conditions
  • Understand competitors’ strengths and weaknesses and strategize using this knowledge
  • Maintaining confidentiality is mandatory
Job Requirements:
  • General knowledge of estimating principles and policies
  • Ability to prepare estimates with minimal supervision
  • Strong familiarity with project schedules and durations for all types of facilities
  • Able to estimate all types of projects and contracts (hard bid, negotiated, and paper napkin bid), plus able to coordinate and supervise group work effort
  • Familiar with conceptual and schematic estimating
  • Four-year construction-related degree or equivalent combination of technical training and/or related experience.
Position Details:
Denver, CO
Date Posted:
November 16, 2018
Full Time
Contact Information:
Human Resources


Project Superintendent

Job Description:
  • Ability to read and comprehend contracts, purchase agreements, contract entails for the project, coordinating subcontractor and supplier scope with Project Manager
  • Determine site logistics for site access, temporary roads, fencing, etc. and discuss with Project Manager
  • Prior to construction, survey and record all adjacent and perimeter site and building elevations
  • Arrange temporary services, primary surveying and horizontal control
  • Conduct pre-construction meetings; weekly coordination meetings with all subcontractors, owners, architects and consultants
  • Determine methods of construction, manpower levels, material quantities, equipment, temporary power sources, work schedules and document actual hours worked
  • Supervise Company employees assigned to the project
  • Schedule and coordinate suitable equipment
  • Resolve construction problems, lack of productivity, work interfaces
  • Complete and oversee maintenance and proper completion of all daily work documentation and other paperwork required, submitting all as required on a timely basis
  • Monitor, coordinate and review submittal logs and shop drawings
  • Review construction documents for completeness and constructability
  • Resolve plan and spec discrepancies with project design team
  • Work with Project Management to establish and maintain master schedule
  • Develop site logistics plan
  • Responsible for the safety of the site and all workers as well as overall quality of the project
  • Responsible to managing general budgets and overall project costs
Job Requirements:
  • Minimum of eight years' construction supervision and/or craft supervision experience in similar facility construction
  • Thorough knowledge of all aspects of construction technology, equipment, and methods; craft agreements, jurisdiction, and negotiations; engineering, cost control schedules, and safety
  • Excellent communication, organizational, and supervisory skills essential
  • Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw solid conclusions
  • Intermediate knowledge of Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Four-year construction management/engineering degree or equivalent and eight years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience

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