If you want to take your career to the next level while achieving work-life balance, there is a place for you at Sullivan. We have the supports in place to help our people plan and build the careers they want. Challenging projects, uncompromising quality, and staying ahead of the curve with the latest in construction processes and best practices—that is what is ready for you at Sullivan, along with a rewarding company culture that will get you where you want to go. Apply today, and we will set you up for success.

Hone your skills, expand your experience, and make a difference through your work.
Get the tailored support and mentoring you need to continually improve and advance in your career.
Enjoy life at work with a great team…and have the time to enjoy life outside of work, too!



Careers - Training

Commitment to Training & Development

Careers - Health & Dental

Health & Dental Benefits

Careers - Training

Retirement Savings Plan

Short Term Incentive Bonus Program

Careers - Health & fitness

Health & Fitness Benefits

Careers - Rona

RONA Employee Discount Program

Careers - Volunteering

Volunteering & Giving Opportunities

Careers - Team building

Team Building & Social Events



  • Sam Hussein
  • Chelsey Croteau
  • Andrew Van Wyk
  • Peyman Rajabian
  • Melissa Good
  • Joshua Fergusson
  • Sam Hussein, EIT

    Project Manager

    Can you describe your role at Sullivan?

    As a Project Manager, I am responsible for managing the life cycle of my projects, mainly at hydro-electric generating stations. My duties range from engineering and contract administration to reviewing shop drawings and preparing costs and schedule reports. I learn something new every day!

    How has your career grown since starting at Sullivan?

    I have enhanced and picked up many new skills as this is my first project management job. In addition, I’m continuously learning construction practices, which is something I’ve always enjoyed.

    What do you like most about working at Sullivan?

    I enjoy the work environment here at Sullivan. My team members and the management team are very easy to get along with.

  • Chelsey Croteau

    Human Resource Generalist

    Can you describe your role at Sullivan?

    As the Human Resources Generalist I am responsible for supporting the Director, Human Resources with the administration, interpretation, and application of a wide range of human resources policies and procedures. I provide day-to-day human resources management services for employees within Sullivan and will be the support for an employee’s life cycle at Sullivan.

    How has your career grown since starting at Sullivan?

    One of the reasons I joined Sullivan was because I knew I would be able to learn and grow in my career. My manager has supported me in finding personal development goals to further my career and continue to gain new skills. I have already been able to lead new projects on my own and take the lead on different initiatives.

    What do you like most about working at Sullivan?

    Starting a new career at a new company is very nerve wracking. The one thing I love is the culture at Sullivan and how they treat their employees. Transitioning from a large corporation I realized working with a family makes coming into work every day a great experience and you feel you are not just a number at a large company.


    Project Manager

    How has your career grown since starting at Sullivan?

    I started with Sullivan working in the Arnprior Builders’ Supplies/Rona store during high school, then transitioned into a site surveyor and quality control position in the field during the summers or when my schedule permitted while attending post-secondary school. Once I graduated, I moved into the office as a Coordinator and quickly moved into a Project Manager role as opportunities arose and additional hands were needed. Since that time, the company has grown exponentially and more opportunities continue to come about that allow internal advancement, as well as movement between divisions for personal development.

    What do you like most about working at Sullivan?

    As part of the Sullivan family, I love to say that I am a fifth-generation family member working in the day-to-day operations and that I started from the bottom to work my way up through the organization. Across the board, hard work is highly valued in the company and the limits are endless for anyone willing to put in the time and effort.

    What are three career lessons you've learned thus far?

    1. Maintain a healthy work-life balance. Although there are times when you are needed to stay late for completion of a task, they shouldn’t become the norm. You need time to switch off from work, make sure that you give yourself permission to do it.
    2. Be a team player. A successful career comes from working and developing with your team, whatever that may look like. Pitching in where needed and helping colleagues in need is much more recognizable than stepping on people who are down in order to get ahead.
    3. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes. The mistakes you make don’t define you, how you pick yourself up and learn from them is most crucial. We all make them, just take them as a learning opportunity and move forward.


    Construction Estimator

    What has been your favourite project at Sullivan and why?

    I like working on OPG projects as I usually get involved in my favourite part of construction: concrete and steel scopes. I also like cross-divisional projects as I have a chance to learn more about different architectural divisions.

    How has your career grown since starting at Sullivan?

    Thanks to the support I have received from management, I have been involved with different types of project estimation. My work on various projects for different clients has given me the chance to develop my knowledge on different approach required for estimate preparation process. I also received great support from my co-workers when it comes to learning procedures and the company’s culture and environment.

    What are three career lessons you've learned thus far?

    1. Teamwork is key to successfully completing projects
    2. Time management has been the main factor in my career growth
    3. Experience can’t be gained without hard work


    Project Manager

    What has been your favourite project at Sullivan and why?

    My favorite project at Sullivan was TAPV in Petawawa. I love working with DCC and DND and I am proud to support our Canadian military.

    How has your career grown since starting at Sullivan?

    I started working with Sullivan in 2002 out in the field. I gained as much experience as I could on site before moving into the office as a project coordinator. Shortly after I transitioned into the PM role. I have worked on all types of projects Construction Management, Lump Sum, Design Build, Modified Design Build, Target Price and the list goes on. Sullivan has also supported my desire to expand my education along the way. I have been able to take several courses to advance my career.

    What are three career lessons you've learned thus far?

    1. Get a job you enjoy! In construction you can’t always chose the project you work on so it’s important to make every project you are working on enjoyable. Think outside the box. Make it a fun experience for everyone involved.
    2. Never stop learning! Ask questions. All the time. There is always room to learn something new.
    3. Look after yourself. Do something outside of work that you enjoy. When you take a break to keep your soul happy it makes a difference in everything you do.


    Project Coordinator

    What has been your favourite project at Sullivan and why?

    My favourite project at Sullivan would be the Arnprior Generating Station – Sluice Gate Controls project. The attention to detail on this project has all team members heavily involved and collaborating to plan and execute project tasks.

    What do you like most about working at Sullivan?

    What I like most about working at Sullivan is the large variety of projects you get to work on and the experienced professionals you are teamed up with to deliver a high-quality product to our clients.

    What are three career lessons you've learned thus far?

    1. Safety is always the priority.
    2. Communication and teamwork go a long way.
    3. Never stop learning.

Core Values

Core values


WE CARE by ensuring that our work and our work sites maintain the highest safety standards, and we strive to advance safety within our industry. Our health and wellness is achieved through careful planning and protection of all employees and the environment.


WE DRIVE QUALITY and safety. We take pride in all that we do, and we are dedicated to our goals. We are hardworking, creative, innovative, and willing to achieve the highest standards and quality results for our internal and external customer. You can never do a job too well.


WE COMMIT to fairness, honesty, confidentiality, and equality in our words and actions. We treat everyone and every organization with the highest degree of respect and strive to live and act according to the highest standard of ethics. We are accountable to our commitments in order to maintain trust and the reputation of our company. We expect the same in return for our hard work.


WE VALUE our customers, trade workers, and partners. Without them, we are not successful. We embrace diversity and treat everyone with respect. We remove barriers to create a safe space and listen to each other and our communities of interest. We clearly communicate and incorporate feedback into the approaches we take.


HUMAN CAPITAL is the lifeblood of Sullivan, and we create a spirit to continuously contribute to our sustainable success. We share our lessons learned and opportunities for improvement, and we do not judge or criticize what others share with us. We foster talent and support everyone to realize their full potential by promoting, enabling, and encouraging personal and professional growth.


WE SUPPORT our families, friends, community. Our people help us through the highs and lows. In turn, we help sustain the communities in which we live and work. Sullivan is founded on family and will continue its success with this in mind.


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