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Employee Montage

Construct your future

Working at CES

IMP (Insulate Metal Paneling) offer great job opportunities for individuals who are looking for a rewarding career. Working for Controlled Enviro allows employees to gain valuable skills in the cutting edge of the construction industry  IMP involves a lot more than attaching metal panels to walls. CES jobs require attention to detail and safety precautions in order to ensure that the job is done properly and efficiently. Either way, with CES you can expect to take on exciting projects, learn new techniques, and make a positive contribution to your community through your work.

Why work for
Controlled Environment Systems?


  • Positive company culture: CES has a positive and inclusive culture that values its employees and fosters collaboration, creativity, and innovation.

  • We offer highly competitive compensation, as well as benefits such as health insurance, retirement plans, and paid time off.

  • Opportunities for growth and development: we believe in providing opportunities for its employees to grow and develop their skills, whether through training programs, mentoring, or job rotations.

  • Work-life balance: We recognize the importance of work-life balance and offer flexible schedules, remote work options, and other benefits that allow employees to prioritize their personal lives.

The Controlled Environment Corporate culture fosters a positive work environment, and cultivates opportunities for growth and development throughout the organization.

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Promoting a safe and healthy workplace

At CES, we understand that the best way to promote health and safety is to ensure it’s an embedded tenet of our culture. That’s why we integrate health and safety into all facets of our business operations — in the field, our technical work, and our offices. 

Our goal is to ensure our staff returns home each day at least as healthy as they were when they entered the workplace. We actively work to achieve that goal through our iterative continual improvement process.


This helps our dedicated health and safety team to continually improve our safety systems, tools, and training. We arm our staff with the tools and training they need to not only identify unsafe systems, processes, situations, and behaviors, but to ensure they are empowered to take action when necessary.


Over the years, the industry — and our clients — have recognized the excellence of CES's safety program. 

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