Have you ever thought about what goes into the construction of the roads you drive on, the bridges you cross and the buildings you walk into every day? Even before development begins, a lot of hard work goes into producing the materials that make construction possible.
One Virginia company, Boxley, has been working with ballast—a crushed stone and concrete—for over a century. Boxley started out in railroad construction in 1892 and now produces high-quality aggregate, asphalt, block, brick, hardscapes and slate for the construction of homes, schools, hospitals, buildings and landscaping, as well as the maintenance and construction of roads and bridges.
Boxley’s headquarters was established in Roanoke in 1906 and now has several locations throughout central Virginia.
Boxley believes in keeping their employees safe, building long-term relationships inside and outside the company, and rewarding outstanding contributions. Their commitment is to involve employees in the decision-making process, while proactively coming together to support and actively participate in the local community.
Boxley recruits, retains, fosters and rewards diverse talent that enables the company to deliver the highest quality, innovative products and services that make them industry leader.
Employee benefits include medical, dental and vision Insurance, 401(k) with a company-matched contribution, PTO, learning, growth and development opportunities and more.
Students who are graduating from their local community college in a G3-approved skilled trades program may qualify for Boxley’s equipment operator, paver operator or maintenance technician.
Visit Boxley’s career page to learn more about these positions and others.
Boxley is a supporter of Virginia’s Community Colleges and the statewide G3 Business Ambassador program.