Established in 1990, Shimmick Construction Co., Inc. (SCCI) a general engineering contractor based in Oakland, California, has rapidly succeeded in earning a reputation for excellence in heavy construction. This was achieved by following its founder, John C. Shimmick's, simple yet effective business philosophies of, 'Get work for the right price, construct high-quality projects on or ahead of schedule and complete the projects within budget,' but, above all, 'Make it Happen!' (SCCI's company motto)
While being responsible for over $5 billion worth of work over the last 27 years, SCCI has continued to grow and maintain an excellent financial profile. This continued financial growth and stability along with a stellar reputation, has attracted domestic and international heavy construction companies to form joint venture partnerships with SCCI.
SCCI and all its subsidiaries' proven abilities and successful projects have continued to aid in the betterment and safety of the greater Bay Area and Southern California public. This is exemplified by projects ranging from a $15 million Caltrans freeway widening to two $185+ million Water Treatment Plant Retrofits for the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. A list of clients includes: Golden Gate Bridge Authority, Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority, City of Los Angeles Department of Public Works, Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR), San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, City of West Sacramento, East Bay Municipal Utilities District, San Francisco Muni, BART, and the Port of San Francisco.
SCCI is in need of a Safety professional for our growing safety team for projects for our SW region.
Able to illustrate education, training, and certification to a level commensurate to a safety professional in the following areas: · Crane Safety · OSHA 510 and 500 Train-the trainer · Aerial Lift Safety Training · First Aid/CPR Train-the trainer · Confined Space (Comp Person) · Forklift Safety Training · Fall Protection (Comp Person) · Hazardous Material Site Training · Rigging (Comp. Person) · Scaffold (Comp. Person)
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