Operating engineers at Egan Company play a huge role on Egan job sites! Around the Twin Cities and Rochester, they frequently work on roadways, bridges, airports, intelligent transportation systems, light rail systems, solar sites, and new construction projects.
DAILY JOB OF AN EGAN OPERATING ENGINEER
The daily job of an operating engineer involves driving, maneuvering, or controlling heavy machinery used in construction. They work with several types of power construction equipment to move construction materials, earth, and other heavy materials at construction sites. Operating engineers also clear and grade land for the construction of roads, bridges, buildings, and other commercial developments.
All of these tradespeople are proud members of Local Union 49 and 160.
SEE IT FOR YOURSELF
In case you missed our specialty trades video series, take two minutes to learn what our operating engineers can do! These are the faces behind our products and services. Without their commitment to safety, innovation, and exceeding customer expectations daily, we wouldn’t be able to do what we do.