What is it like working as a Project Engineer?
Project Engineer in Salt Lake City:
"Ready, Set, Coordinate."
Pros: Working with new clients and subcontractors. Facing new challenges daily and working through problems that arise with each project. Competing with other contractors for new work. Tracking and managing budgets to ensure profitability. Traveling to explore new work opportunities.
Cons: Tedious review of project materials/manuals. Dispute resolution between subcontractors over unnecessary problems.
Project Engineer in Milwaukee:
"Corporate culture, work flexibility, office conditions,"
Pros: Corporate culture, work flexibility, office conditions,
Project Engineer in Lancaster:
"Project Engineering work is very exciting and interactive."
Pros: Working with people to get a job completed on-time and within budget.
Cons: Project scope changes without allowance to budget and time changes.
Project Engineer in Riverside:
Pros: Challenging, improve communication and people skills, management, logistics, attention to detail, ability to have responsibility in building large, heavy scale projects, teamwork involvement.
Cons: Stressful, long work hours, some weekend/night work, demanding schedule and cost, must have tough personality to manage.
Project Engineer in New York:
"Great If You're Up To The Task."
Pros: It's great if your up to the task, varied responsibilities, CAD drafting of electrical controls, programming, supervising technicians installing projects. Etc.
Cons: Extremely stressful, very tight deadlines, potential injury at construction site.