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Construction is more than just the job site. There’s a wide variety of administrative, strategic, operations, and logistics work to be done year-round.

Your professional construction resume needs to highlight your ability to lead or support a project from beginning to end. Our construction resume writing services will show off the industry skills you use to deliver safe, on-time, and on-budget construction projects.

At any career level, your construction resume should emphasize a technical and operational ability to lead multidisciplinary crews, interpret engineering documents, operate industry-leading equipment, and troubleshoote on-site problems.

Whether you use a professional construction resume service or try to tell the story on your own, your resume needs to show your value to employers and convince them you’re a perfect for the job.

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Construction Resumes We Write

  • Project Manager
  • Structural Engineer
  • Project Estimator
  • Construction Site Supervisor
  • Equipment Operator
  • General Contractor
  • Construction Laborer
  • Consultant
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Want to try it yourself? Here's 5 tips to write a successful construction resume:

1. Focus on your process

From start to finish, define the most important things you do to get the project moving and make sure it’s done on-time and on-budget. Then reference the job posting of your target role to make sure you've described all the tasks they're looking for.

2. List your projects

Highlight 3 to 4 of your biggest and best projects on your resume. Show diverse project experience across scope and budget. For any projects that don't make your list, save them in a separate file in case an employer requests your full project portfolio.

3. Keep your resume content simple

The first person who reads your resume may be in HR and not as familiar with terminology used in the construction industry. Simplify your resume content to make sure it is approachable to someone in HR.

4. Don’t forget your certifications

List out all your relevant safety tickets, certifications, and professional training in a separate section towards the bottom of your resume. Employers will use this information to make sure you have the right qualifications for the job.

5. Collaboration is key

No project is done alone. Describe your ability to work with trades, corporate, and suppliers to show an employer your can engage and motivate project team members.

Top keywords for a construction resume:

  • Contract Negotiations
  • Cost, Time & Material Estimations
  • Equipment Operation & Maintenance
  • Health & Safety Adherence
  • Quality Control & Inspections
  • Tender Evaluations
  • Resource Procurement & Management
  • Technical Documents & Reports

Technical Skills:

  • AutoCAD
  • SolidWorks
  • Matlab
  • Sketch-Up
  • 2D & 3D Modelling

Leadership Skills:

  • Project Management
  • Crew Management
  • Contract & Subcontractor Management
  • Stakeholder Engagement
  • Budget & Schedule Control

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Our expert team of resume writers work with all career levels and types of construction professionals. Find out how we can help you impress recruiters and hiring managers with our construction resume writing services:

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