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Monte L Hoover
Pros – Office location is prime and in a building with other prominent architecture firms. Great group of people to work with.
Cons – Several employees and management staff have been lured away by competing firms. Office management was not the best.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
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Pros – BSA has people with wealth of knowledge, very laid back and a great company to work for. Highly recommended for right out of college
Cons – BSA doesnt have competitive salaries, they expect you to work overtime and not get any benefits for it.
Advice to Senior Management – compensation for employees should be given more preference
Pros – BSA LifeStructures is a Family based environment.
The management team is focused on innovation within the A/E field.
It is a client focused organization.
The talent level of the existing staff is higher than most competitors.
Cons – The A/E industry is dealing with a very challenging environment.
The majority of revenue is in the healthcare market which is being impacted significantly by government regulation.
The Indianapolis location limits the ability to compete nationally.
Advice to Senior Management – BSA LifeStructures needs to continue to adopt technology to remain ahead of the pack in the A/E industry. BSALS also needs to continue to grow beyond it's current Midwest boundaries.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
Pros – Flexiblity in working around family needs and people who care for each other.
Cons – Management communication is below average and are not adopting new technology
Advice to Senior Management – Listen to younger staff more and trust them to try new technologies to help the company
Pros – Good people and a nice atmosphere. Good support when the market is doing well. Promote community involvement to the employees.
Cons – Rough times have hit the firm hard. Management is scrambling to try to set things right but there is no communication.
Advice to Senior Management – Management needs to learn to communicate with the staff. There is a lot of talk among staff and many disgruntled employees
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