Pauley Construction Joins HireVeterans.com!

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Pauley Construction is a dynamic, growing workplace with opportunities throughout the West. People Making a Difference is more than their motto. They believe that they are making a difference in their communities and want to make a difference for their employees as well. Pauley’s employees are what make them great, and they are committed to the ongoing success of every one of them.

Pauley Construction opened its doors for business April of 1991, in Phoenix, Arizona. Within a year of opening, Pauley secured an electrical rebuild contract from Arizona Public Service and the growth began. Shortly after, their service area expanded into the Southwest region and beyond. As geographic growth continued, Pauley expanded its customer base and adopted new technologies to satisfy their customers’ needs for prompt, quality services. Today, Pauley Construction serves over 40 customers in a dozen major Western markets stretching from California to Texas and Arizona to Montana. Their outstanding reputation in the industry and their dedication to meeting and exceeding customers’ needs has fueled growth and allowed them to build trusting, long-standing relationships with their customers.

Employees at Pauley Construction are given job-specific training to help them succeed on the job and in life. They offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, life, short and long term disability, an employer matched 401K program, and tuition reimbursement for continuing education.

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