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Evolving Amazon's Operations facilities.
Construction Managers are a key part of Amazon's Operations team. They are responsible for managing a variety of Amazon construction projects - new sites, extensions, and refurbishment of existing facilities. Our facilities include Fulfillment Centers, Sortation Centers, Delivery Stations, and more.
Our Construction Managers play an integral role in the development and implementation of the Operations network infrastructure by combining construction engineering, planning, project management, facilities management, and contract management expertise.
The work environment here is fast-paced and continually evolving. If you want to work in an environment that will challenge you to relentlessly improve the Amazon experience for our customers, where each day is different from the next and your learning never truly ends, consider Amazon’s Construction Management team.
Take a look behind the scenes.
Hear from Construction team members about how the work we do contributes to economic growth and customer satisfaction.
Constructing job creation
An Amazon warehouse rises from the ground up with a bird's-eye-view of the construction of YOW1 in Ottawa, Canada that's created thousands of jobs.
Expanding with conscience
Watch time-lapsed construction of our Gera fulfillment center, which integrates the latest environmental principles in energy efficiency and responsible use of resources.
Creating a sustainable present
Denise Hugo, Senior Renewable Energy Program Manager, describes Amazon's first solar project in Europe, which will generate energy to power over 30,000 Spanish homes.
Find out what inspires us.
Learn more about the impact our projects are making beyond the walls of our buildings.
Our long-term, global commitment to on-site solar is about more than clean, renewable energy - it's about partnership.
Read about some of the challenges the team faced and overcame to construct and launch Amazon's new fulfillment center in Illescas.
The team in Graben, Germany achieved the nearly impossible by converting an existing building into a robotics logistics center.