At Custom Concrete Contracting in Bellingham, we are proud of our reputation for delivering a high-quality product. We have worked hard to earn it and to make our clients proud.
Whatcom and Skagit county clients have included governmental agencies, homebuilders and remodeling companies, commercial contractors, and individual property owners who trust us to get the job done right the first time.
Working with concrete allows you to build something that lasts — not unlike the ancient Romans, who built concrete structures that have lasted centuries.
Working in concrete, you can mold imperfect natural ingredients — cement, water, rock, sand — into long-lasting surfaces such as sidewalks, design elements in public parks, epic staircases and retaining walls, traffic circles and more. Consider the role Custom Concrete played in the Bellingham waterfront park.
Our goal is to coach employees well enough that they could leave but treat them well enough that they don’t want to. Our leadership team strives to ensure that every team member is healthy, wealthy and wise. We follow safety guidelines carefully and ensure that each employee has learning opportunities and coaching that can elevate their careers.
Concrete work can be fun and beneficial! In general, concrete workers spend their days outdoors, where there is always fresh air and a change of scenery, and perform physically demanding work that can help reduce stress and keep them fit. And through it all, they get to work alongside others who have a strong work ethic and who hold each other to high standards.
Whether long-term or part-time, concrete offers excellent jobs. But the longer employees stay, the more benefit they get.
Qualified field workers at CCC can earn experience points and wage credits through our proprietary Level Up program and, after one year of employment, can join our apprenticeship program.
Other benefits include medical and dental insurance, paid holidays, sick leave, vacation leave, 401K with company match up to 4%, financial wellness program and access to Aflac insurance.
How to apply
If you would like to earn a living wage and have a desire to learn and grow, review the job openings on our website. Once you find the job you like, apply via Indeed.com or by clicking on the Apply button at the bottom of the Careers page.
Here at Custom Concrete Contracting, Section 3 workers are encouraged to apply.
Applicants may qualify as Section 3 workers if their annual income is less than $50,800, if they live in public housing or receive assistance through Bellingham Housing Authority or Whatcom Housing Authority, if they are a YouthBuild participant, or if they worked for Custom Concrete as a Section 3 worker within the past five years.
Custom Concrete is an equal opportunity employer.