We provide cost effective, quality staffing solutions for construction and commercial industries by supplying prescreened, pre-trained staff on a contract basis.
We provide leading workforce development organizations a viable pathway to placement for their members.
We offer customers a unique partnership, enabling you to invest in building communities through workforce development while meeting your business needs.
Working together will set us apart
Safety Comes First. We ensure our employees understand the importance safety plays in their work. From new hire safety orientation to mandatory monthly safety trainings covering important preventative measures like fall protection, respiratory awareness and hazardous materials training, they receive all these trainings in both English and Spanish.
Employees are family. We provide paid time off, paid holidays, and always pay at least the living wage.
Community Partnership. We are committed to providing opportunities, training and mentorship for employees. That’s why we partner with workforce development agencies in Baltimore, including Center for Urban Families, Project JumpStart, Civic Works and Jericho, and their counterparts in Washington, DC, to provide on-the-job training and employment to their graduates.
For more than two decades, Larry Lopez has enjoyed building a diverse career in business development, strategic management and relationship building for multiple Fortune 100 companies. In 2011, Larry founded Green JobWorks with the mission of helping put Baltimore to work.
Larry understands the importance of hands-on customer service and operational efficiency, having led regional operations at UPS, FedEx and Pepsi-Cola.
Furthering his commitment to community and his industry, Larry serves the Association of Builders and Contractors (ABC) as vice-chair of the national Board of Director’s Diversity Committee and on ABC’s Baltimore chapter’s Board of Directors. He also serves on the Washington Building Congress’ Small Business Committee. He partners with workforce development agencies in Baltimore, including Center for Urban Families, Project JumpStart, Civic Works and Jericho, and their counterparts in Washington, DC.