Construction Careers: Truck Driver

Hit the open road and set out on an adventure cruising the roads of Michigan. Come be a part of the construction community and take to the open road.

Several large trucks being used in construction

As a truck driver in Michigan, you can travel the highways, see the sites, meet people far and wide while watching the sunrise or set across the state. Truck drivers operate different types of powerful trucks in order deliver critical construction materials or maintain Michigan’s infrastructure. 


Graduating from high school, going to truck driving school and obtaining a CDL will help you begin a career as a truck driver.


A high school diploma or G.E.D. is required for most driving schools. A commercial Class A driver’s license (CDL) and 1 to 3 months of on-the-job training and you will be ready to cruise the road. Most companies and programs require a physical and drug screening. You’re just a few turns away from joining the team.



Truck Drivers in the construction industry make between $30,000 and $70,000 annually.


$30,000 - $70,000