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February 24, 2023

Ready to Innovate and Grow? It’s Always Engineers Week at Haskell

With more than 50 engineering openings, Haskell offers fantastic opportunities for those in all career stages and across many areas of practice.


Editor’s note: Haskell.com is celebrating Engineers Week 2023 by leveraging the expertise of our nearly 200 engineers daily to address this year’s theme, “Creating the Future,” which recognizes how engineers play a vital role in innovating solutions to global challenges facing future generations. Today, we conclude our weeklong series by focusing on engineering opportunities at Haskell, present and future.

Haskell.com regularly publishes stories about open positions to highlight the opportunities they present and breathe life into the standard job description. Today, as Engineers Week 2023 draws to a close, we focus not on one open position but on more than 50.

As a global provider of architectural, engineering and construction (AEC) and consulting solutions, engineers are at the heart of what Haskell does. To serve clients spanning 19 markets and divisions, the company’s engineering ranks span more than a dozen practice areas.

At this writing, a search of the Haskell employment site produces more than 50 openings across the following disciplines: Civil (Site), Civil Transportation, Structural (Bridge), Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, Process, Packaging Integration, Packaging Analytics, Packaging Controls, Water/Wastewater.

And while more than 550 degreed engineers and designers, including more than 250 licensed professional engineers, constitute a significant workforce, Haskell’s approach allows it to handle large and complex projects that often are reserved for companies many times its size – and to do it with flexibility and exemplary results.

“The breadth of engineering that we have is a bit unusual,” said Frank Mangin, President of Operations for Design & Consulting. “We're a Swiss army knife. We’re really good at a lot of things.

“In building these different practices, we've responded to our clients. We’ve asked, ‘What are the things that our clients want? How can we bring value to our clients?’ Then we’ve responded in ways that are consistent and maintain our standard of quality. That's what I would say differentiates us, as opposed to much larger companies. We meet our clients’ needs with more precision and accuracy.”

The drive to provide world-class solutions to clients’ needs has driven Haskell’s expansion to 20-plus offices across the United States. It also operates in Latin America and Asia-Pacific regions, where roughly 20% of the engineering workforce lives and works.

“What we’re able to accomplish makes us very unique in the industry and I think makes us an attractive place for people to work,” Mangin said. “We can offer that diversity, yet you’re not just a number or one of 20,000.”

Haskell is a leading steward of sustainability, ranking No. 1 on the Engineering News-Record (ENR) list of the Top Green Building Contractors for three consecutive years and No. 1 on the list of Top Green Building Design Firms for the past two.

As a design-build pioneer, the company is built on innovation. Through its venture capital arm, Dysruptek, Haskell champions new solutions to AEC challenges by investing in promising startups and leveraging the intellectual capital of Haskell’s nearly 2,200 team members. A case in point: Two young structural engineers won last year’s Big Pitch, an annual Shark Tank-like contest, and received a cash prize and corporate backing to develop their proposed software that will manage structural steel design. A previous Big Pitch winner recently received a U.S. Patent.

Continuing education and career development are also part of life at Haskell, which ranks No. 1 in Training Magazine’s APEX Award rankings, an exclusive list of the leading training organizations worldwide. Within each engineering practice area, the company has created an intentional and structured system to ensure healthy communication, sharing of best practices and uniform quality standards. Leaders in each practice area are responsible for regularly connecting everyone in their field.

“What we've pushed really hard is to make sure that in every practice area, it doesn't matter which business unit you're in, and it doesn't matter which office you're in, our team members are talking to each other and working together to create a virtual electrical engineering firm or a virtual structural engineering firm or whatever it may be,” Mangin said.

In addition to providing a highly collaborative and fast-paced environment, Haskell operates with the direction of six strategic pillars, the first of which is to “Provide Team Members the BEST Job of Their Lives.” It offers a robust benefits package that includes a 401k match and an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP), which creates stock ownership for every full-time team member.

Needless to say, Haskell is hiring! Explore the many options available to join a growing company committed to educating and developing team members, enabling them to have the BEST job of their lives.

Haskell delivers $2± billion annually in Architecture, Engineering, Construction (AEC) and Consulting solutions to assure certainty of outcome for complex capital projects worldwide. Haskell is a global, fully integrated, single-source design-build and EPC firm with over 2,200 highly specialized, in-house design, construction and administrative professionals across industrial and commercial markets. With 20+ office locations around the globe, Haskell is a trusted partner for global and emerging clients.

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