You prefer to share recognition for collective success!
You support your team by giving members what they need while still holding everyone accountable for their results. You learn from your mistakes. You are completely ethical in your approach to your work, because you understand that relationships and reputation are more important than profit.
It matters deeply to you that your fellow employees don’t get hurt, and you work actively to ensure the safety of your job every day.
Do the above two paragraphs accurately describe you? If the answer is yes, you may have a bright future at Walsh.
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- Medical, Dental, Vision
- Flexible Spending Account
- Matching 401(k)
- Paid Vacation
- Commuter Benefits
- Short-term and Long-term Disability
- Life Insurance
- Employee Assistance Program
- Identity Protection Plan
- Paid Holidays
- Legal Plan
- Project Bonus
"From my first day, Walsh has provided as much opportunity as I'm willing to take. The company’s ambitious and challenging environment, fostered by a culture of support and mentorship, has given me the tools to rapidly progress my career in construction."
“From my first day, Walsh has provided as much opportunity as I willing to take. The company’s ambitious and challenging environment, fostered by a culture of support and mentorship, has given me the tools to be rapidly progress my career in construction.”
After studying Civil Engineering at the University of New Hampshire, I headed west for a Masters Degree in Project Management at UC Berkeley. Excited to jump start my career, Walsh seemed like the perfect fit – a nation wide company, a diverse book of business, and flexibility for a young engineer who was seeking adventure.
My career started in the Bay Area, transitioned to Los Angeles, and most recently has led back to New England closer to my roots in Vermont. I’ve helped build highways, bridges, railways, flood channels, and worked with people that are always willing to challenge, support and inspire. My love for travel and adventure has magnified with Walsh; affording me the opportunity to work, live and embrace culture across the country!
"I am a Project Manager within the Healthcare Center of Excellence, and I have worked on many multi-phased hospital renovations as well as new construction. I love working at Walsh due to the abundance of like-minded coworkers who enjoy having fun while working hard."
I am an animal loving, fun at heart, super competitive athlete that also loves building hospitals. I am a Project Manager within the Healthcare Center of Excellence, and I have worked on many multi-phased hospital renovations as well as new construction. I love working at Walsh due to the abundance of like-minded coworkers who enjoy having fun while working hard and also working for a family company who put doing the right thing above the bottom line. Did I mention that there are company softball and basketball leagues??! Having our own softball league and basketball court is also an added bonus for company morale and meeting people in different divisions!
"The family atmosphere is tangible and authentic. Starting as an intern, both my onsite management staff and top-level executives made it clear how appreciated I was, and how leadership would support my short- and long-term goals."
I graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a degree in Civil Engineering and having lived in the Midwest for my entire life, I was eager for a change in scenery. Walsh worked hard to find the best fit for my first assignment, and shortly after I graduated, I took up an estimating and preconstruction position in a growing office in our Southeast region. The team I worked with was incredible – hardworking, passionate, and honest – and they became my work family supporting me in and outside of the office.
Since starting with Walsh, I’ve lived in four different cities, rotating from an Estimator to an Assistant Project Manager, ultimately promoted to a Project Manager before planting my feet in Washington D.C. as the Director of Preconstruction. In every new assignment there was one constant – the passion, enthusiasm, authenticity of my teammates. Every employee I’ve worked with believes in Walsh’s mission, and that as a company, we are building something bigger and better than ourselves.
I now lead our preconstruction efforts and new business acquisition for our Washington D.C. office, pursuing a wide range of projects in sectors including Aviation, Multi-Family, Department of Defense, Civic, and Public Private Partnerships. After 10 years with the company, I still feel as supported and appreciated as my first day as an intern.
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Safety Is Our Culture
There are some things we all cherish, like our health, and our families. As a family-owned company, we care deeply about each of our colleagues, and their families. We care about the communities in which we work, and the families who live there. To these people we care about, safety isn’t trivial – it’s essential. It’s the one thing, the most important thing. That’s why, at The Walsh Group, safety is our culture. It’s the guiding principle behind everything we do. With what’s at stake, safety isn’t something we hope for, it’s something we demand.
Little Green Film
The Walsh Group’s commitment to sustainability is evident in the completion of a new corporate headquarters expansion, which is LEED Platinum certified. An existing warehouse was re-purposed into a four-story office building totaling over 93,000 gross square feet. As a LEED Platinum project, many of the finishes contained in the building are comprised of sustainable materials, recycled materials, non-toxic and low emitting materials as well as partially localized environmental control. The finishes within the building typically include cork and carpet flooring in most areas, accents of wood flooring, ceramic tile restrooms, wood and glass main lobby and atrium space. Feature suites and gathering rooms contain architectural suspended ceilings and accented walls. The project site is located on the southeast corner of the intersection of S Sangamon and W Jackson in Chicago, IL.