Who Is the Next Generation of Engineers?

Who Is the Next Generation of Engineers?

For better or worse, the building engineer demographic is changing. The baby boomer generation of engineers is looking to retire, paving the way for younger generations to take their place.  The pandemic has slowed down the need for building engineers in some areas temporarily. The projections are that technology and reshoring efforts will create an even more significant demand for new talent. This will require not only workers but skilled workers. Building the Next Generation of Engineers At BMSI in Washington D.C., we’re prepared to welcome the new generation and help to bridge the skills gap through education. When you

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Fast Track Your Building Engineer Career

Fast Track Your Building Engineer Career

Whether you’re new to being a building engineer or you’re a seasoned pro, I’m sure you’ll agree.  It can be frustrating to deal with the realities of working in this industry. Jobs come and go, sometimes with little to no warning. You just get in the groove with a new crew. Suddenly, the project gets sidelined or they decide to go another way. This leaves you without a job or crew to work with. Or maybe you’ve been on the job too long and you’re frustrated with the lack of progression in your career. You’ve been the building engineer for

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Your Career as a Building Engineer

Your Career as a Building Engineer

If you’ve chosen a career as a building engineer, you know what you like best about it. Getting exposure to a lot of different trades can be a real resume builder. Let’s look at some of the challenges the building engineer faces on his career path. We think you’ll like the solutions BMSI can offer you! Chances for Advancement as a Building Engineer If you’re working as part of a small crew, the ladder to the top may be non-existent. If you only have one or two people over you on the job, you may have to wait a long

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