Mission: Harmon believes its mission is to build strong relationships by providing solutions and creating value for customers; maximize profits in a cyclical industry and increase shareholder value; offer employees rewarding career opportunities and maintain a safe work environment and ...
Our Baltimore manufacturing team recently implemented Residual Risk Reduction Lean methodology to assess stone handling for a current job and identify opportunities for reducing risks.
Our crew installed the first units on the 36-story Third & Lenora office tower in downtown Seattle.
Harmon is a preferred curtain wall provider for office, healthcare, higher education, hotels and government structures. We provide custom curtain wall system offerings and internal capabilities that deliver custom solutions that intend to exceed project expectations.
Harmon Inc. was formed in 1955 and has since played a vital role in the evolution of today’s high performance and trusted curtain wall systems. From a collaborative design approach to integrated façade systems, in-house engineering to construction project management expertise, manufacturing and installation, BIM modeling and LEED building design, Harmon is considered the best subcontractor on the job.
Harmon embraces and engages in every project to provide a direct response to its specific considerations, whether it’s new construction or renovation projects.
Financial strength is a core asset for Harmon. As an Apogee company, Harmon has solid financial and bonding strength. Harmon’s growth has occurred through natural business cycles and through acquisition throughout its history.
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Harmon is a national company with a strong local presence in several specific markets around the country that promotes a solid culture and opportunities for consistent collaboration and overall teamwork, which ultimately translates to success for each of our projects.
A solid culture-driven strategy and goals allows Harmon to build meaningful relationships with key clients and accumulate knowledge of each local market. As a construction project management business, Harmon’s strength has always been its people. Harmon is able to retain a high level of industry leaders and field staff who not only work but live in these local markets.
Our core values are prominent and visible in our greatest asset, our employees, and these values are intertwined into every Harmon project. We do what is best for the greater good of
the organization and clients.
We believe in and demonstrate:
Employee Involvement and Ownership
Respect for the Individual
Safe Work Environment
Build Your Career at Harmon
As a leading curtain wall contractor, Harmon must have top performers to ensure customer satisfaction and success.
A few of our opportunities include positions in:
Our Employee Development Program is also at the foundation of our business. It is designed to provide a dynamic learning environment to foster employee growth and provide advancement opportunities.
Harmon is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Harmon's success depends on our team. We run projects from our local contract offices, with support and resources from our national and corporate teams. This allows our local contract offices the ability to make the necessary decisions that are right for the project and the client, as well as access national resources whenever necessary. This approach reinforces our saying, we are a national company with a local presence.
Harmon has created an environment where you are able to develop your knowledge and skills at a pace that matches your personal goals. We will provide you with the experience, training and industry mentors necessary to help you advance, and welcome the opportunity to assist in achieving your career goals.
See our visual example of a typical contract office structure and the career paths available.
Come build your career at Harmon; transforming architects’ visions into reality.
Getting the job done doesn't mean anything if our people don't go home at the end of the day.
The safety of our employees is of utmost importance. While the common goal of Harmon is to operate profitably, we will not jeopardize the safety of our employees to reach that goal.
A zero accident philosophy is a Harmon concept in which we believe all accidents are preventable.
We believe that accidents should not be an inherent part of construction work. Accordingly, Harmon is committed to achieving and sustaining a safe work environment through continuous improvement practices.
Harmon identifies hazards in the work environment and develops ways to resolve the issues to make our jobs safer and more productive through:
Design and development of equipment
Tools and devices
Read more about the Harmon safety program and policies, visit www.harmoninc.com/safety
I worked at Harmon, Inc. as an intern
Great opportunities for learning
Good work-life balance
Great people who seem to be genuinely happy in their jobs
Independent projects and opportunities to take charge
At my location there weren't many other interns, so that was a bit isolating.
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