Gulf Stream Construction Company, Inc. is the premiere general site contractor with operations located in the Charleston, South Carolina and Savannah, Georgia regions. We provide a full range of comprehensive civil construction, infrastructure and site improvement services throughout coastal South Carolina and Georgia.

Gulf Stream Construction Company offers competitive wages and benefits, including paid time off, health, dental, life and disability plans. Below is a full list of employee benefits.

Employee Benefits:

Two Health Plans – PPO & HDHP
401K with maximum company match
Dental, Vision, Identity Theft & more offerings
Paid Parental Leave
Employee continuing education and tuition reimbursement
Internship Program
Multiple Paid Time Off Categories
Volunteerism – Habitat for Humanity, United Way, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Charitable Contribution Committee
State-of-the-art working environment, café, craft coffees, lunch-and-learns, and a fun calendar of events


We Have the Following Current Job Openings:

Civil Site Superintendents

Field Labor Foreman

Heavy Equipment Operators


Qualified applicants may apply to the address below, email resumes to or via this website.


Gulf Stream Construction Company, Inc.

1983 Technology Drive   Charleston, SC 29492


114 Canal Street, Suite 101   Pooler, GA 31322



Gulf Stream Construction Company, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

Qualified applicants may apply to the address above, email resumes to or via this website.

Thank you for your interest in Gulf Stream Construction Company, Inc.

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