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A challenging environment providing pride in the work you performed to better health care and communities.
Sr. Associate-Contract Manager/Constr. Admin. (Former Employee), Indianapolis, INJuly 28, 2013
Pros: work environment and understanding what was expected from you.
Cons: did not value loyalty. limited opportunity for advancement.
Construction administration and project site coordination, problem solving and observations.
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Great people, great place.
Associate Principal (Former Employee), Indianapolis, INNovember 6, 2012
Solid midwest values, thoughtful leadership. Wonderfully accepting of new business models and ways to do things.
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Good experience.
Structural/Civil Engineering Summer Intern (Former Employee), Indianapolis, INOctober 16, 2012
Good experience.

Learned a lot.

Good people.

Lots of training.
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Working at BSA Lifestructures was a great experience. It was very nice to meet and work with such a professional and highly experienced team.
Gradute Architect - Contract Employee (Former Employee), Chicago, ILMay 22, 2012
My typical day at work was collaborating with project managers, designers, and engineers in the role of graduate / project architect to produce schematic, design development, and construction documents. I learned a tremendous amount about radiology and oncology units in hospitals, such as CT simulator replacement, Fluoroscope replacement, and new 3T – more... MRI as well as all the ancillary requirements to renovate these hospital areas. I worked closely with the manufacturers of the equipment to ensure smooth installation. The most challenging part of the job was that I was mainly responsible for producing the contract drawings, specification books, engineering coordination, permit and IDPH form submission, Reviewing general contractor submittals ans requests for information. I enjoyed most learning something new each day. – less