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The economic well-being of Wyoming is largely influenced by the construction industry, which has evolved in recent years. Being bordered by Montana, Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah and Idaho, The Equality State has currently a diverse construction industry, incorporating many capital improvement projects: storm sewer construction, water main construction, street construction, non-motorized trail construction and more.

There are also highly professional construction companies in the area, which means that finding construction projects in Wyoming, regardless their type (residential, commercial…) can be challenging and highly competitive.

The construction environment for building is beyond expectations and there are 5 cities that currently lead the way: Casper, Laramie, Gillette, Rock Springs and Cheyenne.

Construction jobs in Wyoming are diverse and worth the effort. The construction industry has faced severe labor shortage in the past, and local company offer competitive pay for both skilled and unskilled positions, to attract workers. There are new projects started almost on a daily basis, so you should be able to find a job, no matter your specialization, or the type of construction you are interested in.

Some of the highest-paying jobs that offer career opportunities include first-line supervisors of construction trades, construction and building inspectors, electricians, service unit operators, oil and gas, brick masons and block masons, structural iron and steel workers, roofers, operating engineers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters. Find employment at one of the best construction companies in Wyoming at https://www.haselden.com/haselden-construction-wyoming/.