S&B USA Construction is the infrastructure construction arm of S&B USA. Based in Pittsburgh, PA, S&B USA Construction builds complex infrastructure projects and specializes in P3s and other alternative delivery projects where the contractor is responsible for the management of mega projects. This includes aspects of planning, permitting, construction management and self-performing construction. Fay and Fay Southeast are both proud members of the S&B USA Construction family.
Our company includes experts within the industry who have constructed both roadways and bridges (vehicular, rail and pedestrian) though a variety of ecosystems.
Our team has experience in the construction of important infrastructure on waterways—such as dams and bridges—for clients in federal, state, local and private sectors.
We have experience demolishing hundreds of bridges, dams, mass concrete areas, steel structures and concrete substructures.
We specialize in driven pile foundations—including wood, steel, concrete, or a combination—and sheet pile construction to support our projects.
S&B USA Construction is looking for job seekers who enjoy working with their hands, operating in a team environment, constructing a variety of different structures, and are looking to gain valuable experience on projects that make an impact on local communities. We offer a variety of careers in construction and similar project support services, where our team works together to create some of the most sustainable, meaningful and high profile construction projects in the United States.
We offer all the standard benefits, plus a 401k match and a wellness program.
S&B USA Construction identifies, invests in and nurtures potential, while rewarding entrepreneurship.
Leadership Pittsburgh Inc. has announced the newest cohort for its Leadership Development Initiative and included in that group is Michelle Olszewski, Senior Project Manager for Fay, S&B USA Construction!
The time has come to change the way public entities replace and expand infrastructure. Traditional methods are becoming less viable as larger projects arise because of aging infrastructure which needs to be repaired or replaced.
We've been awarded a $30 million contract by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to remove the historic Monongahela River Locks and Dam 3 in Elizabeth. This project is a crucial part of the Lower Monongahela River reconstruction, creating 30 miles of unimpeded navigable waterways.