Electrical Engineer (Former Employee) – Herndon, VA – October 9, 2015
This was a good place to work. Able to have fun and get a wide variety of knowledge in different fields. Managers are not always engaging. The company as a whole does not mesh well with other offices around the world. In all, good local office, but if you want to work with/in other offices around the world it becomes extremely difficult.
Senior Image Processor (Current Employee) – Aurora, CO – February 13, 2018
The management is excellent, there is room for advancement to a certain point, the goals/requirements of the job are clearly stated. The hardest part of the job is the images per hour requirement, but it really is not THAT difficult. Sometimes the job can be a bit boring, but otherwise it is an easy job to do. There are bonuses and incentives to do the job well.
Plenty of breaks, Easy job, Bonuses
Not much advancement opportunity after a certain point
FEMA HOUSING INSPECTOR (Current Employee) – Winchester, VA – February 11, 2018
I love working at Parsons Brinckerhoff, but I am willing to try a new company. I learned a lot here and worked very hard. I had to turn down jobs last year due to family issues which have been resolved.
Resident Enginner (Current Employee) – Kingston, NY – December 27, 2017
Management was very professional and cooperative. Project Manager was helpful and assisted me with my Project. However, he laft and new Proje Manager is not as helpful or knowledgeable with NYSDOT requirements for this project.
Administration Assistance/Document Controller (Former Employee) – National Capital Region – November 27, 2017
The office management was ok. They will give you a specific insight.Some onsite colleague men are respectful and professionals but there were gals assigned onsite which are immature, unprofessional, and crab-mentality. That was the hardest situation I encounter because they will make things ruin because of envy. These gals were the one reported in the main office and can do magic things along the way. The most enjoyable part of my job was when I was doing field works.I apply my learnings and also continue learning more. The engineers I've been working with were amazing. They share their knowledge to improve the work and make things easy for everyone in the field.Have a good interaction with the clients.
Design Visualization Specialist (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – November 15, 2017
While my time there was short, I certainly enjoyed the atmosphere and the opportunity. The best part about this team environment was being able to create the visualizations for projects that have yet to come. The hardest part about this job was leaving it.
Engineer I (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – October 31, 2017
This would be a great company for you if you prefer to speak to nobody throughout your day. Many of the folks here don't know the person working next to them. Very strange work environment. Management as a whole is very poor, and they could use a few classes in Engineering Ethics.
Reported to one manager. There was constant technical assistance through out the company to provide training and complete necessary documents for employment and payroll. Benefits were very competitive.
Different work Sites, Chance to learn more and introduced to many different mechanical systems, stay updated with most integrated inventions
Mechanical Inspector in BCAS Project (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 18, 2017
Different work Sites, Chance to learn more and introduced to many different mechanical systems, stay updated with most integrated inventions. On regular work day I'll be inspecting commercial buildings mechanical systems or NYC public Schools.
Senior Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA Field Office – June 15, 2017
I loved my job and felt that I was very good at it. However, when the project was near completion, I was terminated without a second glance. I saw this happen to others during my four year employment. It's hard when you give your all and that's the thanks you get. I don't understand the logic.
Marketing Data Analyst (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 17, 2017
It's a good place to work, because it is a large and global organization that has executed high impact engineering and architecture projects throughout the world. You get a chance to work with many individuals all over the globe. There is not much room for advancement there. I'm not sure why that is. I did learn a great deal while working there.