FINLEY Named as one of the Top Structural Firms to Work for by Zweig Group

July 21, 2015

2015 Best Firm WinnerBridge Design and Construction Engineering firm, FINLEY was named as one of the “Best Structural Engineering Firms To Work For”. This is the 2nd year in a row and the 4th time in 7 years that FINLEY has received this honor.

The “Best Firms To Work For” award recognizes the top architecture, structural engineering, civil engineering, environmental, and multidiscipline firms in the US and Canada based on their workplace practices, employee benefits, employee retention rates, and much more. Since the Best Firms to Work For list began in 2001, hundreds of outstanding architecture, engineering, and environmental consulting firms have been recognized for this achievement. This year’s winners will be honored at the Hot Firm and A/E Industry Awards Conference on September 3-4, 2015 in Boston, MA.

Here are a few comments from the staff survey on why FINLEY is the Best Firm to Work For:

  • “I enjoy working around the best people in the industry. We have high standards, we’re focused on quality, performance and respect for each other.”
  • “It’s just a good place to be. Focused and innovative. Always striving to do more.”
  • “Challenging projects create an enjoyable working experience, open communication with management creates a positive working environment, compensation is fair and reflects the level of experience and work.”
  • “An excellent firm where one can grow personally and professionally and have the opportunity to work under the industry leaders on challenging/interesting projects.”

“I am proud that we’ve ranked as a best firm for the second year in a row. We benchmark our compensation and benefits annually and we hire only the best and brightest talent. After reviewing our staff’s comments, I’m pleased to know we are on the right track and our staff understands what we can accomplish together.” said Craig Finley, P.E., President, FINLEY.



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