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Working at McGill

Here at McGill Restoration, who we are matters just as much as what we do.

We couldn’t be one of the fastest growing private companies in Nebraska without a focus on people as well as projects.
That’s why we offer competitive pay and benefits like health insurance and 401k enrollment. Even more, we pride ourselves on our dedication to training and education. We encourage all of our team members to take advantage of the learning opportunities offered at McGill.
Whether you’re interested in industrial painting or concrete flatwork finishing, we’re invested in teaching you the skills you need to turn your work here into a lasting career. An employee who is equally invested in learning from us can go from field work to foreman to superintendent—in just a few years.
Our people are dedicated to each other and to working together to create lasting community impact. But don’t just take our word for it—scroll down to hear more from our employees and recent clients.

Our employees are passionate about what they do. But don’t just take it from us—hear what they have to say about working at McGill.

“We’re always excited about the work we do, and we’re always happy to welcome new team members. We do pretty much everything you can do in construction.” –Ben Russell, Superintendent

“Working at McGill brings a certain satisfaction I’ve never felt anywhere else. The ability to start a job, put your hands on it, see it come to life and be able to walk away satisfied knowing we did a good job: That’s what I like the most.” –Jeff McGill, Foreman

“I like stepping back and looking at what I do and being proud to say, ‘this is mine.’ I’m proud to put a name on the work I’ve accomplished here.” –Nate Leinweber, Foreman