When you join Tusco, you not only become a member of one of the most respected perimeter security solutions teams, but you also become a member of the Tusco family. If you are motivated to achieve success with a rapidly growing security solutions leader Tusco is interested in you!
Tusco has become an award-winning organization through PERFORMANCE excellence, shared EXPERIENCE, a positive ATTITUDE and trusting RELATIONSHIPS which defines our Core Values. If you feel you align with these attributes let’s talk!
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The Estimator will collect and analyze information to estimate costs of products and services for assigned projects.
Tusco employees have access to medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401(k), career development classes, paid time off and many more benefits.
Established in 1974, Tusco, Inc. has become one of the nation’s leading and most respected perimeter security solutions contractors, providing sales and installation of crash rated fencing and gates, wedge barriers, bollards, drop arms, structured cabling, video surveillance, and access control systems. Tusco also provides services in systems integration and perimeter security site assessments and consulting.
Our performance history includes job locations that span from West coast to East coast as well as select international sites where we have provided state of the art perimeter security solutions to clients such as government agencies, including the FBI, DEA, and EPA, military bases, data centers, state capitol and federal buildings, universities, industrial facilities, spectator sports venues, office complexes, multifamily unit developments, churches, schools, and many others.
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