Forbes ranks Dallas #2 building boom town for construction jobs

By Shawn Desgrosellier

You probably think of Dallas, Texas as the “lone star state” famous for BBQ, football and cattle drives. But what you may not know is that it is and hotspot for commercial construction growth. Named by Forbes as the #2 The Building Boom Town,” the Dallas Fort-Worth Metro area is making a name for itself the and with new builds driving unparalleled employment opportunities for seasoned professionals in 2017.

Dallas Fort-Worth Metro Driving Commercial Construction Job Growth

Just take and walk through downtown Dallas and you’ll likely spot the goliath 2000 Ross project, one of the largest developments in decades encompassing a hotel, retail and housing. Growth doesn’t stop there – Fort-Worth landed Facebook’s $570 million new data center and Metro area suburbs attracted the relocation of Toyota and Liberty Mutual Insurance (both to Plano), and State Farm Insurance (to Richardson).

If you’d rather work and live in a Dallas suburb and you’re an avid sports fan or parent, you’ll feel right at home in Frisco, Texas. This north Dallas city recently launched the “$5 Billion Dollar Mile,” a cooperative effort between its economic development council and developers to transform the primarily residential suburb into world-class city boasting workspace and sports attractions. You’ll know you’ve arrived when you drive up the Dallas Tollway and spot “The Star In Frisco,” the Dallas Cowboys’ world headquarters and cornerstone of the “Mile.”

Tenured Commercial Construction and Real Estate Talent Demanded

The result: major projects like these have produced a plethora of new opportunities for talented professionals. We are constantly working with individuals like you to discover their best-fit career move, while working with the area’s most prestigious firms.

Right now our team at Vitality Group have several commercial construction career opportunities including:

Preconstruction Manager

SALARY: $125,000-$162,500

This is an opportunity to play a critical role with a company building exciting, high profile projects. Their young, innovative team is making a huge impact on the local market. Come be a part of the action.

Estimating Manager

SALARY: $106,000-$150,000

Are you an “out of the box” thinker looking to be a part of an emerging leader in the construction industry? This opportunity offers tons of growth potential and a chance to lead and mentor others

Estimator – Developer

SALARY: $94,000-$137,500

If you are ready to sit at the big table and get deals done… this fun, rising Real Estate Developer opportunity might be for you.

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