Mission: At the core of everything we do is the promise to provide solutions that have a positive impact on society.
We follow through on this promise by focusing on client needs to deliver quality, safe, financially-successful projects with integrity.
People are team oriented and team driven. Smart and truly gifted managers. Amazing projects.
Business model has been changing and evolving and that's common in the industry moving as quickly as ours. The only real projects we've had are built on strong partnerships. Nothing else has given us real results.
Advice to Management
Not my place to give advice to people running LB. They must know what impact this recent change has had on talent, or lack there of ever since december.
I applied through other source. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Louis Berger (Washington, DC).
The interview process was predicated a three stage process:
1. Review by the designated project manager for the client (VP of the firm for a USAID project in Iraq)
2. The second interview was conducted by the SVP of the frm (please keep in mind that the project was a multi-million USAID development project)
3. Final interview was a representative of USAID, Wash D.C..
The negotiation phase was predicated on a three stage process:
1. Approval of USAID
2. FBI Background Check
3. Formal negotiation with contractor
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