BSA LIFESTRUCTURES Employee Reviews

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unacceptable work space
Vice President of Business Development (Former Employee) –  Indianapolis, INMay 18, 2018
mid and senior level management share work space with everyone. No offices or even cubicles.

To many meetings. and leadership tries to micro manage staff even when they have no expertise in specific discipline.,
Pros
office is clean
Cons
Poor management
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Great hospital building design experience
Mechanical Engineer (Former Employee) –  chicago, ilSeptember 11, 2015
primarily an architectural firm with 90% work in the health care building industry. Medical offices, treatment centers, hospitals, and recovery centers, as well as education and churches.
Pros
health care design training
Cons
too corporate
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Has potential...but never reached it in the years I was there
employee (Former Employee) –  IndianapolisSeptember 3, 2013
I worked here for years and observed several attempts to overhaul and reorganize the staff and processes through adapting new models. Leadership, to their credit, is making an attempt to change in an era of decreasing compensation and increasing competition. The real challenge for the company is that leadership has basically coming from the same 8-10 individuals for the last 10-15 years. So although the company may propose a new direction, it is very slow to adapt and change and operations tend to continue at status quo. The organization does have a fair amount of talented individuals and does present opportunities for these talented people to use their strengths. There is a high ratio of owners that is great for those seeking that opportunity, however, it creates an unusual internal culture where those who are not owners always feel like they are looking in from the outside.
Pros
work/life balance, opportunities to use strengths
Cons
lack of clear paths for advancement, slow to make changes
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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
Construction administration and project site coordination, problem solving and observations.
Pros
Work environment and understanding what was expected from you.
Cons
Did not value loyalty. Limited opportunity for advancement.
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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 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.
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