In addition to building better communities, RGC believes strongly in Building People.

At Rabren, employee growth is a continuous conversation that happens during our Mentor Program (Project Engage), Leadership Development Program, our Performance Management and Team Building Program. Alongside, we aim to give our employees the Best Practices and training needed through our training and development program (The Academy) to advance their professional careers. When you join the Rabren family, you open the door to opportunity, but it’s your commitment to hard work, improvement, and results that will form your career with us.

Voted as one of the Best Companies to Work for in Alabama, RGC is also home to numerous Alabama AGC 40 Under 40 in Construction inductees. These are individuals who demonstrate an incredibly high level of leadership, professional excellence and commitment to RGC, the construction industry and throughout the state of Alabama.

We believe strongly in our Success Factors and know that employees who demonstrates these values understand what it takes to work the “Rabren Way”.

The ability to use the diverse skills, experiences, and knowledge among our team members to implement new and enhance current Best Practices is an integral part to our success.

We believe in a work-life blend – whether that’s with Team Building Events or volunteer opportunities through the Travis L. Rabren Foundation, you’ll have the opportunity to work with a great group of people and grow with Rabren.

Rabren gives you a great opportunity to grow...that opportunity is available to anybody that wants it. If you can work well with people, communicate well with people, and you're very driven and want results, then construction is absolutely the career path for you.

- Austin Ward, Superintendent

One of the most important traits to have in construction is the dedication to perform, the willingness to perform, and also the willingness to listen to other people from their experiences...Construction gives you that purpose of working together as a team, and having the responsibility of coming through in the end.

- Billy Runnels, Superintendent