Fay Southeast is a diversified infrastructure contractor that serves the geographical region spanning from Southern Virginia through the Carolinas. We are recognized for our innovative solutions to complex construction projects, and the firm is committed to providing construction services in a manner that ensures the safety of employees, customers and the neighboring communities.
We specialize in bridge structures, such as our Route 35 Bridge design-build replacement and Ft. Eustis Bridge projects, marine construction, and pilings and deep foundations.
We specialize in many types of heavy civil construction. Our company includes experts within the industry who have constructed both roadways and bridges (vehicular, pedestrian and scenic) through 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.
As a leader among Virginia contractors, Fay Southeast 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.
Fay Southeast identifies, invests in and nurtures potential, while rewarding entrepreneurship.
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.
Highway caps such as Pittsburgh's Frankie Pace Park manage stormwater while rejoining communities.
Fay is on track to complete the George Washington Boulevard Overpass in Ashburn, VA almost six months ahead of schedule. This project aims to reduce traffic congestion for the average of 93,000 vehicles that use Rt. 7 and the average of 12,000 vehicles that use George Washington Boulevard every day.