We don’t just offer jobs, we make careers.

Here, you are a name, not just an employee number.  Our policy of promoting internally creates plenty of opportunities for upward advancement. Comprehensive training, supportive mentoring, and our commitment to safety in the workplace reassures employees that they are valued and protected.

Meet the 2016 Lyles Construction Group Summer Interns


Left to Right: Marcelino Cruz (WML), Purdue University, Octavio Trujillo (WML) Cal Poly SLO, Jordan Boudreau (LSC), Azusa Pacific University, Travis Strain (WML) CSU Chico, Draiden Hansler (WML) Butte Community College, Robert Flores (WML) CSU Chico, Tyler Lorentzen (LMC) CSU Fresno, Mackenzie Davies (WML) LeTourneau University, Jordan Moore (WML) CSU Chico, Jared Hill (APC)

We are very excited to introduce a group of bright, young individuals representing colleges and universities from California, Indiana and Texas, who have accepted the challenge and opportunity to participate in the Lyles Construction Group Summer Intern Program. Our interns are here to learn, grow and make an impact. They have the ability to contribute fresh ideas to the team.Their adventure began on the evening of Wednesday, June 14, 2016, where they were treated to a welcome dinner at the Yard House Restaurant in Fresno. This provided an opportunity for everyone to get to know each other in a casual and relaxed environment. In addition to the social aspect of this event, our goal was to encourage an open dialogue amongst the group to discuss what they hoped to gain from their internship. We also encouraged them to network with one another. The evening was a great success.

The following morning our interns were welcomed by Will Lyles, IV, Senior Vice President-Construction Operations, Lyles Diversified, Inc. and Rich Nemmer, Executive Vice President and Chief of Operations, Lyles Services Co. for an Orientation. Will and Rich’s combined experience with the company exceeds 60 years. They presented an in-depth company overview of Lyles Construction Group and the opportunities that were available to them.

The day was concluded with a delightful luncheon at Plaza Ventana Mexican Restaurant. Rich Nemmer conducted a question and answer session with the Interns, providing them with an additional opportunity to learn more about the Company’s history, philosophy and culture, current and upcoming construction projects, and the art of business development in this industry.

In the next couple of months they will be working on challenging projects. We are confident that their time with our company will be successful and rewarding. Please join us in welcoming them.

2016-2017 College Career Fair Schedule
Lyles Construction Group College Career Fair Schedule

2017-Recruiting Schedule


Here, you are a name, not just an employee number. Our policy of promoting internally creates plenty of opportunities for upward advancement. Comprehensive training, supportive mentoring, and our commitment to safety in the workplace reassures employees that they are valued and protected.
All job applications should include a resume and covering letter and be sent to:

Laura Marchese (HR Director) – lmarchese@lylessc.com


The West Kern Water District has worked in conjunction with the W.M. Lyles Co. for over twenty years. We have found them to be professional in every aspect of water works construction. Our experience has included consultation on design, construction management, prime and sub-contracting services on projects ranging up to $30,000,000. Honesty, integrity and quality work sum up West Kern’s association with W.M. Lyles Co.
Jerry Pearson, General Manager – West Kern Water District
…without the pre-construction planning that W. M. Lyles Co. provided to our engineers and the on-site coordination of the utility construction, we never would have opened this facility on the target date.
Philip Adams, Tejon Ranch Company
I’ve been doing business with WM Lyles for 20 years. I have confidence in their ability to construct a good project that is on time and budget. Their management team is highly professional and responsive.
Harry O. Starky, General manager – Berrenda Mesa Water District
W.M. Lyles Co. has constructed on the order of $150 million worth of water conveyance and storage facilities for the Semitropic Water Storage District for the past 35 years. This work has been in developed farmland and the District considers their team as top-notch professionals and rank as one of the top contractors performing this kind of work because they do quality work at competitive prices with minimum inconvenience to farmers.
Will Boschman, General Manager – Semitropic Water Storage District
From the pre-construction meeting to the final walk through, W. M. Lyles Co. and its employees demonstrated the utmost in professionalism and cooperation. The project was completed as scheduled with a final product exceeding my highest expectations.
David Hardt, United States Department of the Interior, Fish & Wildlife Service