Pros: coffee break talks, short walks with a group of co-workers, and healthcare benefits
Cons: quiet and very cold temperature office space
A typical work day is working hard at the computer.
I learned a lot at Dewberry, and the really cool thing is that I'm still learning a lot. To name a few, I learned how to use MicroStation and how to manage LiDAR data.
The co-workers are very nice and easy to talk to. The ironic thing is that no one seems talkative, though.
The hardest part of the job is being able to finish the task in the given time that's handed to you because the task can be a large quantity of work.
The most enjoyable part(s) is constantly learning as you go and seeing the final product make a huge impact in a community. For example, the hazardous debris projects.