Why work for Bo-Mac

When you join Bo-Mac, you become part of a team focused on providing safe, exceptional services for oil and gas, power, petrochemical, and other customers in the Gulf Coast area and beyond. You’ll have opportunities to learn, advance, and complete challenging assignments on complex projects.

Throughout our organization, what sets us apart is our commitment to doing what’s right. We say what we mean and we live by it; no excuses, no cutting corners.

If you share our dedication to providing customer value and seek a fast-paced, forward-looking career, click apply now below to learn about positions available.



Training and development

Mandatory safety training
As a Bo-Mac employee, you will be required to complete safety training that prepares you to address and mitigate job-site risk. That includes safe operation of equipment, hazard awareness, and implementation of safety regulations and policies. In addition to new hire Safety Training and Orientation and unique specialty safety training such as “Piling 101”, field personnel participate in weekly safety training programs and additional OSHA and other specific safety training.

Craft training, from novice to expert
Our core business of heavy construction requires employees to master specific craft skills, including concrete finishing, pile driving, heavy equipment and crane operation, and carpentry and ironworking. To ensure you will attain the highest skill level within your craft, our Craft Training program includes classroom and shop instruction, from entry level to refresher coursework for advanced employees. We develop our training both in-house and in association with national organizations, such as the National Center for Construction Education Research (NCCER), American Concrete Institute (ACI), Portland Cement Association (PCA), and Associated Builders and Constructors (ABC) Wheels of Learning program.

Technical training improves expertise
Technical training is designed to enhance the skill sets of key field personnel. Topics include:

  • Reading and using blueprints and specifications.
  • Tracking and reporting installed quantities and evaluating job productivity.
  • The principles, equipment, and methods used to perform site surveys, layout, and project survey control.
  • Skill training related to the responsibilities of surveyors, field engineers, and carpenters.
  • Effective verbal and written communication.
  • An understanding of concrete mix designs and testing of concrete.
  • Principles and testing of soils and materials.

Developing project leaders through specific training
Because our goal is to develop Bo-Mac employees by preparing them for increased responsibilities, we provide leadership and management training on a variety of topics, including:

  • Project management, contract administration, scheduling, cost control, and cost projections.
  • Pricing and bidding strategies.
  • Safety Trained Supervisors Certification.
  • “Train-the-Trainer” programs.
  • Programs fostering personal and professional growth for the overall enhancement of our employees well-being.
  • Spanish language instruction.

Improving computer skills
Computer training will further develop your skills in the use of software and electronic management systems, including Windows, Microsoft, Adobe®, Vista ™ by Viewpoint, HCSS HeavyBid & HeavyJob, Primavera, and Autodesk® AutoCAD.


“Your quality of work has set you above the other bidders.”
-Savage Gulf Services, LTD, LLP

“The crew should be commended for their excellent attitude, dedication to their work, quality of operation and overall compliance with the strict Onsite Safety Program that was implemented.”


“BoMac is a secure, confident and growing firm, particularly qualified in areas of Safety and Quality Control.”

-ABB Lummus Global, Inc.

“Your professionalism and willingness to work with us as a team made this job smooth from start to finish.”

-Viteri Construction Management, Inc.