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Building a Structural Engineering Team From the Ground Up

ESD takes next step to establish new service offering to bring more capabilities and value to clients.

ESD Structural Engineering Managing Director David Weihing and Practice Leader José Medero are looking to fill the ranks of ESD’s newest department. Structural engineering jobs from senior project engineers to BIM professionals are now open on the company’s careers page. Weihing says “We’re looking to fill out our team with the best and the brightest professionals at all levels of experience.”

For a fourth year in a row, ESD was ranked one of the top three data center sector nationwide engineering firms, according to BD+C magazine’s Giants 400 Report. The addition of structural engineering to the company’s list of service offerings is in response to increased demand and commitment to offering greater value and broader solutions to clients.

Continuing to evolve and grow to better meet client needs is part of ESD’s mission to improve society through the built environment. To learn more about how to join our team, please visit the ESD Careers page on our website.

For information on how ESD can offer structural engineering solutions for your organization, please reach out to Dave Weihing or José Medero.


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