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Contribute to Improving Society Through the Built Environment

ESD’s mission is to Improve Society Through the Built Environment. We are currently seeking Senior Mechanical Project Engineers, Project Managers, BIM Technicians, and more.

We create design solutions that not only meet our clients’/partners’ needs and expectations but also provide a safe environment to communicate, inspire, create, innovate, and evolve. To do this we champion inclusion and collaboration both in-house and with our clients.

Recognized as a Great Place to Work, ESD offers professional growth as well as opportunities for personal growth through internal groups including our DEI (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion) Council, ESD OPEN (Outreach, Philanthropy, Engagement, Networking), ESDi (Innovation), and more. In fact, the company offers over 100 benefits and perks!

We work hard, we are active in improving our communities, and we believe in work-life balance. Whether you are an experienced professional, a new college graduate, or a high school student considering a career in consulting engineering, ESD offers an opportunity to work with a diverse team of innovators and problem solvers.

Find out more about ESD, our people and culture, and our mission to improve society through the built environment.

To learn more about joining our team of talented professionals, check out our open positions.

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Women Describe Career Paths in AEC Industry

Women and minorities often face unique challenges in the architectural, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry. That is why a group of female professionals recently gathered to share their experiences and insights working in a male-dominated industry. (Learn more about Women in Construction.)

Lardenoit Joins Panel to Discuss Women in Construction

The number of women in the entire U.S. construction workforce came in at just under 11 percent in 2022. While that percentage continues to climb, ESD Workplace Solutions Practice Leader Julie Lardenoit says more can be done to support women in the construction and engineering fields. (Learn more about this event.)