Mission: To provide cost-effective, engineered solutions that help build, support, and sustain land development projects and protect the planet.
To provide unmatched service and support to the entire land development community including land owners, regulators ...
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Contech Engineered Solutions provides site solutions for engineers, contractors, architects, and owners. Our portfolio includes bridges, drainage, erosion control, retaining wall, sanitary sewer, and stormwater management products. Through cost-effective engineered solutions, we help build, support, and sustain land development projects while protecting the environment.
Our reputation as an industry leader comes from world-class design, manufacturing, sourcing, and distribution. Through our industry-leading sales, marketing, and engineering organizations, we maintain a competitive advantage and sustain relationships throughout the site development ecosystem, including land owners, regulators, contractors, and specifiers.
Headquartered in West Chester, Ohio, we have over 1,400 employees and 60 facilities strategically located across North America. Our footprint spans every major U.S. city and all 50 states, allowing us to provide unmatched customer support.
What we do here at Contech takes on many forms — we build bridges, control erosion, design drainage pipe, and make stormwater management products — but it's always about creating solutions. We provide cost-effective site solutions for engineers, contractors, architects, and owners across the country, serving and supporting the land development community in every state.
We take pride in our varied portfolio. It's part of why we're seen as an industry leader. We take pride in the results we create, too, which we get to see in our towns and neighborhoods. So we also do work directly for the community, partnering with nonprofits and volunteering on a regular basis. And we do it all to sustain and protect the environment. The work, in the end, can be almost anything. Each project is challenging in a different way, so work at Contech takes intelligence.
Each day bringing new challenges at Contech, we make sure you're prepared for it all. Our dedication to continual improvement and hands-on training gets you ready for the many new experiences and challenges that you'll face. Whether it's learning how to cut pipe, take inventory, or design a bridge, you'll be given the skills you need for the opportunities you'll receive.
Those opportunities aren't limited to day-to-day work. Because of our small-business makeup, each individual has a chance to impact the entire company. Departments are constantly interacting and collaborating, giving you chances for both personal development and career advancement.
Above all, Contech is a place that empowers you. We value you as a worker and as a person, so we always equip you to pursue the opportunities you want. Whether you’re seeking more responsibility or requesting more support, we’ll meet you where you are and put full confidence in you and your abilities.
As an industry leader in engineered solutions, we make a lot of things happen, from retaining walls to water treatment products to sanitary solutions and more. And since those things are visible in the community, we get to take pride in seeing the results on a daily basis.
We also get to enjoy our culture on a daily basis. With a team that values both work dedication and personal relationships, the Contech workplace offers challenges to solve as well chances to connect. The intelligence and motivation of our team is matched by our welcoming attitudes and eagerness to support each other. We want to get things done, but we want to do so in a healthy atmosphere.
We believe employment should be rewarding both at the office and at home. This goes along with how we serve the world beyond our work.
Extending our skills beyond our client projects, we volunteer and partner with nonprofits across the country. Each year, we celebrate Earth Month by joining with local organizations to build up and beautify our communities. In the past five years, we've completed over 100 projects in roughly 20 locations, donating over 6500 hours of service. Plus, while investing in our communities, we develop camaraderie.
We're a company that creates solutions. We simply seek to do that every way we can, extending our skills and passions beyond our offices.
I have been working at Contech Engineered Solutions full-time
Contech management cares about their employees, Don't feel like they get much support from their parent company, Quickrete. Overall a good company and you can learn a lot. They have great group of talented driven employees.
Parent company "Quikrete" needs to learn to trust their lower level managers. They are the ones that make this company successful. They need to put some money back into the company and not beat them up over every dime. Trust s a two way street. Benefit package need some serious help the costs to the employee's are way to high and the coverage is way to low.
Advice to Management
Trust your lower level managers, They work tireless hours to make this a successful Company.
I applied through college or university. The process took 5 weeks. I interviewed at Contech Engineered Solutions in October 2017.
First and second interview lasted about 30 minutes to 1 hr. First interview was a phone interview with HR recruiter. Then about two weeks later had another phone interview with sales regional manager. Was told the next day that I moved on to the third interview. The third interview is on site and takes about 5 hours. I declined the visit due to lack of communication on their end. Weeks would go by with no contact about traveling on site. Was expected to make plans within a 3 day window to make it to Cincinnati. They were however going to pay for travel