Why Work at Fort Myer Construction
For over 45 years Fort Myer Construction Corporation (FMCC) has provided career opportunities enabling employees to develop and enhance their talents and skills.
We have earned a reputation for completing the finest quality projects in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia. This is accomplished through the efforts of dedicated, talented and principled workers, many of whom have encouraged family members to join FMCC. Consequently, we are proud to have 2nd and 3rd generation family members employed at Fort Myer.
FMCC continues to offer highly competitive and rewarding compensation and employee benefits packages to the team, within a drug-free and safe work environment.
Our employee benefits package is designed to be extremely affordable, flexible and highly competitive.
The diversity of Fort Myer’s workforce, recruitment, and hiring practices are represented by our teammembers, consisting of various minority groups, many of which are first and second generation immigrants. Our organization reflects our leader’s commitment to a local, residential workforce and culture of diversity.
We practice an open employment policy and are committed to hiring regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, or social standing. To learn more about the diversity of our team and hear from them directly, watch our video.
Join our Team
Fort Myer offers outstanding growth opportunities for hard working construction professionals. We are currently accepting applications for field and administrative construction positions. Some positions can be applied for online and for others, applications are available on-site in the Human Resources building at our main office between the hours of 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. Applications must be completely filled out or are not considered valid. For questions or information regarding employment at FMCC, please contact us.
Contact: Human Resources
2237 33rd Street, NE Washington, DC 20018
p: 202.636.9535 ext. 2400 | f: 202-832-7678 | email@example.com
FMCC will never ask you for personal, financial, or confidential information prior to a provisional job offer.