Great careers don’t happen – they’re built. They’re built when talent, ambition and drive meet in a vibrant working environment.

At Continental, we provide that environment - an environment built through tireless efforts to ensure our team has the right people, with the right skills, taking on exciting challenges. It is reinforced when our people are empowered to do whatever is needed to do the job right. It is solidified when the best and the brightest in the industry are given opportunities to learn new skills, take on bigger challenges, and advance within the organization.


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"Being part of Continental’s Construction Team, I work closely with the Development Group and Multifamily Operations. The homes we create inspire us to build the best Springs community for our residents. When you work in the real estate development and construction industry, you see evidence of your job every day - the site you worked on last week, to the project you’re hoping to get next month. You’re out there, creating something, every single day. It’s my favorite part of being in this industry."

-Kelly Luther, Procurement Manager

“Continental has had a big impact on building my career by supporting the completion of my master’s degree. At the time, I was working as a Development Coordinator and CAD Tech, but could see the value of gaining a broader, more strategic perspective in order to add more value within my department. I’ve been able to apply what I’ve learned and have grown into a leadership role within my department.”

–Eric Thom, Senior Development Director


One thing that drew me to Continental was the team atmosphere. There are smaller department teams throughout the company all working towards the same goal. I believe that the Continental Creed ensures that all teams are encouraged to share their ideas and utilize their skills to contribute to Continental’s overall success. Being a part of the marketing team is no different; it is rewarding to see how our work can affect the entire company."

–Shelby Larson, Community Marketing & Experience Strategist