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30+ days ago

Civil Engineer

Louis Berger Washington, DC

Louis Berger seeks a Civil Engineer in its Washington, DC office. The position is in our growing Facilities practice and will primarily support a… Louis Berger

2 days ago

AutoCAD Technician – new

Louis Berger Laurel, MD

Duties include but are not limited to : • Creates and modifies detail drawings using computer hardware and AutoCAD software from limited… Louis Berger

2 days ago

Project Controls Manager – new

Louis Berger Laurel, MD

• Develop web portals and dashboards using schedule performance, cost performance and schedule variance. • Perform cash flow projections… Louis Berger

30 days ago

Construction Inspector

Louis Berger Greenbelt, MD

• Inspects the construction, repair, and alterations of roads, buildings, bridges, utilities, and other public facilities. Inspects stream and… ClickCast

30+ days ago

Senior Structural Engineer

Louis Berger Washington, DC

will include: • Timely completion of project deliverables • Collaboration with other design team members • Collaborative contact with… Louis Berger

30+ days ago

Sr. Seller Doer Project Manager

Louis Berger Washington, DC

Our water services division has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Seller Doer Water/Waste water Project Manager. The Senior project manager… Louis Berger

30+ days ago


Louis Berger Washington, DC

• A proven track record of winning and executing work in a “doer-seller” role is essential. • Desirable skills and experience include NEPA… Louis Berger

30+ days ago

Proposal Writer

Louis Berger Washington, DC

• Writing non-technical portions of the proposal. Edit and organize all written technical materials supplied by support groups… Louis Berger

30+ days ago

Senior Bridge Engineers

Louis Berger Washington, DC

Dedicated to quality and client service, we take pride in our ability to offer our clients the resources of a large firm while providing the… Louis Berger

30+ days ago

Project Manager

Louis Berger Fort Meade, MD

The Project Manager shall be responsible for coordinating the efforts of on-site personnel from subcontractors and other contractors for upcoming new… Louis Berger

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    I worked at Louis Berger full-time (More than a year)


    I had a "private" office, but it was more like a jail cell - tiny space, high up window with a nice view of the fluorescent lights in the hallway. And this is a pro...read on.


    Total disarray: Just as I hired on, the top execs ran off with millions of dollars in federal funds. Although LB avoided being totally blacklisted by the federal government, clients and potential clients ran for the doors. I found very few who were willing to take a risk, with the Black Death hanging over us. Cutthroat environment: At one point when I was preparing a proposal, I found that another part of the organization was actively working to discredit and undermine my activity because it "might" interfere with their work (which was soon thereafter halted by a lawsuit - haha). No organization: The employees have a saying: 5,000 employees, 5,000 companies. You are totally alone, with no support of any kind. Don't rely on your chain of command. If YOU can't make it happen, it won't happen. The one exception: the folks that made my proposals look nice (from a remote location) were great. No organization, redux: My boss was 200 miles away. I could never get him on the phone and he didn't respond to email. IF he showed up at my location, it was for some Big Meeting and he rarely had more than 3 minutes to spend with me. His boss was 1500 miles away. Same deal.

    Advice to Management

    All of your self-serving, Big Smile, be-brave-and-carry-on is a total joke. No one, inside or out, believes any of it.

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