Comer Construction is currently accepting applications
for the following positions:


Responsible for the day-to-day supervision and oversight of assigned workers and safe, efficient and timely completion of assigned projects.

CDL Truck Driver*
Responsible for loading, transporting and unloading stone, asphalt, dirt and other materials and items to and from various job sites.

Experienced Equipment Operator
Performs general site development activities operating heavy equipment including, but not limited to, bulldozers, backhoes, loaders, end dumps, graders, scrapers and excavators.

Laborer (Entry Level Position)
Assists pipelayers and others in performing duties required in construction and related tasks. This is an entry-level position.

Responsible for performing various heavy equipment, diesel and truck repair and routine maintenance.

Primary responsibilities include labor and other duties related to site development.


How To Apply

To fill out an application today, click on the "APPLY TODAY" button above. Applicants may fill out the application electronically or by hand. If you choose to fill out the application electronically, please download and save the application to your computer. When complete, email your application to Dorothy Kuzora, Human Resources Coordinator, at

If you would like to fill out the application by hand, please print out the application and drop it by our office or send in the mail to: Comer Construction, Inc. Attn: Dorothy Kuzora 2100 Slade Lane Forest Hill, MD 21050


QUESTIONS?? Give us a call at 410-879-6094

In addition to the Application for Employment, please also fill out the "Drivers' Addendum for Employment" application below, and submit both applications to Dorothy Kuzora, Human Resources Coordinator, at

Drivers' Addendum for Employment

Substance Abuse Policy

Comer Construction is dedicated to maintaining a competitive, safe and drug free workplace environment for its employees. We understand that the illegal use of drugs, alcohol and prescription drugs threatens the health and safety of employees and the public. Employees who use illegal drugs or abuse controlled substances on or off duty tend to be less productive, less reliable and prone to greater absenteeism than employees who do not use such substances. Ultimately such use could threaten the company's competitiveness and result in increased cost, delay and risk. Therefore, the company has established and organized a program to control substance abuse problems in the workplace. Click here to view Comer Construction's Substance Abuse Policy. 

Comer Construction is an Equal Opportunity Employer.