Life at Weeks

Our people have the opportunity to grow their careers in a nurturing environment that rewards hard work and embracing challenges. Individuals have transitioned from the field to management, from laborers to operations, and across businesses as well. Jason Marchioni explains his personal Weeks trajectory, “I started as a tugboat deckhand in 1996 and I worked my way up to become a captain on a vessel. I worked on boats for about seven to eight years, and then I made a transition into the field. Now I'm a Vice President with Weeks Marine and the General Manager of our subsidiary, North American Aggregates.”

Employee Perspectives

Huimi Shi
Project Controls Manager

"Working at Weeks Marine is both rewarding and unique. I’ve had the opportunity to work on complex and challenging projects including ferry landings, wharves, piers, bridges, tunnels and more. As years fly by, I continue to find opportunities to meet and work with a diverse group of talented people, including other women in the industry, to build infrastructure that impacts many people’s lives."

Shane Harris
Sr. Electrical Engineer

"It is rewarding to build equipment that has such a positive impact on restoring our coastline. Our team has built some world-class machines and put them to work on important projects that affect a lot of people."

Kathryn Story
Project Engineer

“I've gotten the opportunity to work with several of our dredges and crews in locations all over the Gulf and the East Coast. I absolutely love the fact that no two projects are the same and that they each present their own challenges and opportunities to learn and grow in my role as a Project Engineer.”

Marc D. Vigeant
Project Manager

“The projects that Weeks builds are challenging, but the ability to tap into the vast experience of all of our divisions for guidance, and to know that everyone I work with will respond with thoughtful and productive input is what makes us successful. There is no greater sense of accomplishment than being a part of the Weeks team to build the toughest jobs.”



No two projects are the same and this provides a challenging, exciting environment that is ripe for innovation and continuous improvement. At Weeks you'll be exposed to a diverse group of people and diverse types of work — from those driving tugboats and steering cranes, or working from our new state-of-the-art Cranford, New Jersey headquarters to working in the field on one of our many yards. Weeks has a robust and growing presence in North and South America and, combined with our key subsidiaries, have offices and project locations that span the Eastern Seaboard and Gulf Coast, as well as in Canada and Hawaii.