Cultivating a Bright Future

An internship with HPM Contracting means a hands-on experience with meaningful work, invaluable mentorship, and plentiful networking opportunities. Our interns make an impact solving real-life construction and business problems by contributing to projects that make a difference in the community. As an HPM intern you will work with experienced professionals to deliver quality results for our clients and build lifelong connections along the way.

Work at the Forefront with One of the Fastest Growing Construction Firms!

This is an opportunity to work at the forefront of a fast growing, innovative, solution-based construction firm. We hope a summer internship with HPM will give you a good introduction to the construction business and help you in preparing for your professional career.

“My internship experience with HPM was AMAZING! Not only did I receive full support from all staff, but everyone was extremely approachable and forthcoming with offering guidance, training, and direction. I really respected how much they included me in learning the overall company processes and procedures. Walking into a summer internship, I thought I would be doing less work than was given, but I was excited with how much training and responsibilities were provided! My favorite part of the experience was the family-based, inclusive and collaborative culture, and getting out to see projects firsthand as they were being built!” – Aidan Kistler, Colorado School of Mines, 2020 Summer Intern

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HPM completed the redevelopment of John Meade Park, the main park in Cherry Hills Village. They exceeded our expectations, communicating... read more
Cherry Hills Village
HPM’s performance on this project was exemplary, including addressing the challenges arising from the COVID-19 outbreak and the associated restriction... read more
Steve Ransweiler, Senior PM for the City of Longmont
We have been very pleased with HPM’s communication, quality of workmanship, and the timeliness of the work performed.
Darin Rose, Facilities Manager for the City of Lone Tree