PBC Host Virtual Community Hiring Session for the Reconstruction of Fillmore

For Immediate Release
February 7, 2024
Bryant Payne – Public Building Commission,
(312) 742-0878


WHAT: The Public Building Commission of Chicago (PBC) is proud to announce its Virtual Community Hiring Session, for the CDOT Works Progress Administration (WPA) Fillmore Street Reconstruction project. Scheduled to take place on Tuesday, February 27, 2024, the virtual event will provide a unique platform for job seekers to explore opportunities to work on the construction of the CDOT WPA street reconstruction (Fillmore) and other upcoming PBC projects, connect with hiring managers and learn about the diverse range of career paths available in the construction industry. Job seekers can engage in real-time conversations with hiring managers, making the application process more personal and accessible.

DETAILS: The construction project will take place on Fillmore from Campbell Street heading west to the dead end just before the railroad tracks (west). The virtual hiring event is open to all residents interested in exploring construction career opportunities on PBC’s upcoming projects. Job seekers can register for the event by scanning the QR Code or visiting the PBC website at https://www.pbcchicago.com/events/event/virtual-community-hiring-session-cdot-wpa-street-reconstruction-fillmore/

The Virtual Community Hiring Session is a testament to the PBC’s dedication to creating meaningful connections between residents and employment opportunities, while reaffirming its commitment to fostering local talent and community engagement.

“The Virtual Community Hiring Session embodies our commitment to investing in our local community and creating pathways to meaningful careers,” Ray Giderof, PBC’s Acting Executive Director said. “We believe in the power of collaboration and are excited to connect with potential candidates who share our passion for building a better Chicago.”

About the PBC: The Public Building Commission of Chicago manages construction and renovation projects for the City of Chicago and its sister agencies.  Additional information about the PBC and its projects can be found at www.pbcchicago.com. You can also follow the Public Building Commission of Chicago on TwitterFacebook, and LinkedIn.