Tag: Construction Careers
Bozeman High School: Past and Present
Bozeman High School is a staple of Gallatin County. In fact, its many incarnations go back over 150 years. The most recent building has overlooked Main Street since 1956 — unsurprisingly, some of the old infrastructure needs updating. Both Ken and Quin Williams are proud Bozeman Hawks, so we’re thrilled our Civil Construction team has more »
Intelligent Machine Control: How It Works and Why We Use It
Make no mistake about it: Intelligent Machine Control has been a game changer for the construction industry. Since Williams Civil Construction adopted this technology five years ago, it has transformed how our team gets jobs done. Our job sites in Bozeman, Big Sky, and Billings have never been more efficient, accurate, and safe. But what is Intelligent more »
We participated in MSU’s Job Fair. Here’s what we shared.
From our booth at Montana State University’s (Almost) Spring Job and Internship Fair last Thursday, we had ourselves some fun. Events like these are an opportunity for us to spread our passion for the trades and meet fresh faces who can help Williams grow into the future. Here’s what we shared. The day was buzzing more »
Heavy Equipment Operator: A Great Career Choice
Looking for an exciting, dependable career in the trades? Consider becoming a heavy equipment operator. In our growing communities of Bozeman, Billings, and Big Sky, heavy equipment operators are in high demand. So continue reading to learn about the long and short of this awesome career. From the key responsibilities to the myriad job opportunities, more »
Williams Companies participates in Montana State University Career Fair, Bozeman Public Schools “Building Bozeman” day.
Williams Plumbing & Heating/Williams Civil Construction has been spreading the word about promising careers in construction to all ages in the Gallatin Valley Community throughout the month of October. First, there was the annual Fall Career Fair at Montana State University. Some 3,000 students and over 200 employers squeezed into the ballrooms on campus. Williams more »