As a 100% employee-Owned company with more than 100 years of experience, we put people first.

Our employees are our owners and have a personal vested interest in the success of the company, our projects and each other. This has created a collaborative and innovative spirit at S. M. Wilson.


Our entire organization is transparent, which leads us to do things the right way, and for the right reasons. This builds mutual respect among our staff, customers, subcontractors, vendors and others. We understand that success grows out of joining forces with the entire team. At S. M. Wilson, collaboration is a part of our culture. We believe it is the key ingredient in the quest for great results.


Created to promote interest, expand minds and deliver a hands-on experience, our program offers a variety of internships to graduate and undergraduate students interested in working in the construction industry.

Summer internships are offered from May through August, and Co-Ops are offered throughout the year to students within driving distance of the home office or local projects.

We are an equal-opportunity employer.

Contact: Joyce Glass, Administrative Manager for more information. | 314.645.9595

S. M. Wilson does not request any money, fee amount or security deposit from applicants. S. M. Wilson does not request personal documents such as bank account information, tax forms or credit card information. All employment opportunities are listed on our website. Interviews are scheduled through our main St. Louis office at 314.645.9595 and all online communication from our company or members representing our company have the email address domain Although it is possible for a scammer to display our email address domain fraudulently, it is only possible for us to receive an email with the legitimate domain. Stay alert and be cautious of recruitment scams involving scammers who post fraudulent job openings or who contact job-seekers with fake job offers or claim to represent our company. If you believe you have been a victim of recruitment fraud, we recommend you contact your law enforcement agency immediately.