Cherokee Site


We turn demolition sites into picture perfect results.

What does a site laborer do?

One of the most important aspects of our business is safety and meeting the needs of the communities we operate in on a daily basis. When machines and trucks are moving in and out of residential streets they need guides as well as manual help with sorting debris so sites are well maintained so we stay on schedule.

What opportunities does a site laborer have?

When you start off on site you have the chance to learn all of the workings of the demolition business and have the opportunity to learn how to operate machinery along with the potential to drive if you choose to obtain a commercial license.

Why work for Cherokee Demolition?

  1. We offer highly competitive salaries.
  2. We work year round (12 months). We don't lay off.
  3. We're an established but growing company.
  4. We value long-term, career minded employees.
  5. We value every employees' input.

The best teamwork comes from men who are working independently toward one goal in unison.

James Cash Penney, Founder of J.C. Penney | 1875 - 1971

The Cherokee Process | Site Labor

Work Sites

Laborers become the eyes and ears of operators and drivers all while processing or sorting debris for removal. When you have buildings coming down, live utility wires, and traffic on the street to deal with, attention to safety can only come first.


We manage our work sites with care and precision. It's our priority to ensure our sites are left as if a structure had never stood on the new, perfectly finished grade.

Vehicles & Heavy Equipment

  1. Every piece of equipment operated daily is evaluated daily.
  2. All maintenance or repairs are scheduled immediately after discovering the issue.
  3. We handle over 90% of our own mechanical needs.

Our Site Labor Workview

Work Site Safety
Community Safety
Mechanical Experience