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Posted: 04/20/2018

United Building Envelope Restoration (UBER)

At UBER, we are an innovative firm with a passion for preservation in the masonry restoration industry. Our dedication to craftsmanship, efficient project management and enhanced customer service, complemented by our stewardship approach to historic and modern structures delivers outstanding value to our clients in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Summer Intern
Internship Opportunity
Washington, VA
Open Until
Until Filled

UBER's growth continues and we are recruiting for Summer 2018 Internships! 


We are seeking a SUMMER INTERN to experience a possible career in the restoration industry. 

JOIN US and spend your summer on active project sites in the DC metro area.  Our office is located in Manassas, VA and some office time may be included as well.




As SUMMER INTERN you will:



  • Gain construction experience and exposure to masonry restoration
  • Shadow a field supervisor (Foreman / Superintendent)
  • Read and understand contract drawings and specifications
  • Learn technologies used for documentation and tracking work-in-place and quality control

Additional learning opportunities can be provided based on your career considerations!


 Minimum Qualifications

  • High school gradudation
  • Enrolled in trade school, college or university
  • Availability during your summer break, minimum of 8 weeks 
  • Excellent written and verbal skills


Visit UBER at www.unitedbuildingenvelope.com

How to apply
Please send a cover letter and a copy of your resume to info@unitedbuildingenvelope.com
Jennifer Simons
Phone: 7038792426
9204 Venture Court
Manassas, VA 20111

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