Houston was not built from behind a desk.
The construction industry is thriving in Houston, with demand for skilled craft professionals at an all-time high. As anyone who works in the industry will tell you, there is no better feeling than creating something from nothing—watching an empty lot turn into a finished product.
As a craft professional, you could plan, manage, build, or maintain new buildings that continuously reshape the Houston skyline. From office buildings and manufacturing plants to hospitals, colleges and schools, the possibilities for what you could create are endless. No two projects are the same, and neither are any two days at a construction career. A construction career could be right for you if you want to leave a legacy, like working with your hands, have an eye for detail, and function well as part of a team.
My life as a leadman carpenter
My life as an Apprentice Electrician
Greg Morales has been at TRIO Electric for only a few months, and already he’s developed a five-year plan for himself. Greg envisions working his way up to a supervisor on multi-million-dollar projects. “With the opportunities that TRIO provides, your willingness to learn is going to take you places,” he said.