We want every team member to be a part of the big picture. When you work at Frampton, you’re not just building projects, you’re building a company. Here’s how we’re doing things differently when it comes to building a positive, supportive, and innovative workplace culture.
Opportunity is what you make of it, and we want to hear what you have to say. Have an idea of how to do something better? Speak up. Our team members have a direct line to company leadership, and with that, a real ability to effect change.
The Platinum Rule
We ask all team members to contribute to our safe and positive workplace by treating others the way they want to be treated. This philosophy extends beyond our doors to anyone we interact with, from subcontractors, to partners, to clients. Our people show integrity in all that they do.
Safety and Wellness
We protect our team members through our Future First safety program while they’re on the job. But we also offer top health benefits and support personal fitness.
We’re committed to building not just a workplace, but a community. In the office, that means fully stocked break rooms, ping-pong, and golf putters. Outside the office, we organize company outings, volunteer opportunities, and scholarships for children of team members.
Career and Personal Growth
From software training and role-specific workshops to industry conferences and leadership development, we give our employees the tools they need to succeed.
Health and Wellness
- Medical, dental, and vision coverage
- Health savings account
- Gym membership reimbursement
- Competitive base salaries
- Merit based & annual bonuses
- Referral bonuses
Financial Planning and Protection
- 401K match
- Investment advisory services
- Company-paid life insurance
- Long term disability insurance
- Paid holidays
- Paid time off
- Paid time off for community service
- Regular lunch-and-learns
- Professional license and certification reimbursement
- Training and development programs
- Industry workshops and conferences
- Fully stocked break rooms
- Online employee apparel store
- Volunteer opportunities
- Family-friendly company outings
- Ping-pong and golf putters in the offices
Training & Development
We want to make sure our team members are equipped to perform their job and develop their career to their maximum potential. That’s why we offer training for a range of areas, including:
- Software & Technology
- Procore construction management
- Position-specific training
- Industry conferences & networking events
Frampton EMPOWERS is a year-long, transformational leadership development program that leads select FCC team members on a powerful journey of personal and professional development.
Frampton’s internship program offers valuable hands-on experience to rising college juniors and seniors studying in a relevant field of education. Our interns are more than just an extra set of hands on a project. It's important to us that they have the opportunity to learn about our business from every angle, including business development, preconstruction, accounting, project management, and field supervision. Our internship opportunities primarily take place during the summer and are based out of our Charlotte and Charleston office locations.
Ready to be a part of the big picture? Head to our open positions page to apply today>
“Frampton is generous and encourages team members to support organizations that improve our communities. I look forward to nurturing these relationships and building new ones to make a positive impact on the world around me.”Lori Kurasz Administrative Assistant
“Frampton cares about its employees. The company asks its people for their input. And if you need access to a tool or a program to better your work, Frampton will make it happen.”Shamrock Thompson Superintendent
“Frampton is willing to tackle new challenges outside of our ‘comfort zone’ to meet our clients' needs. We put the right people and teams in place to make any project we take on a success.”Alex Seglem Project Manager
“During my internship, Frampton kept me involved from day one and taught me a lot along the way. It’s one thing to be taught something in the classroom; it’s another thing to see firsthand what’s going on within your industry.”Parker Bass Project Intern, Summer 2020