a future with Flynn Engineering
you for your interest in exploring employment opportunities at Flynn
Engineering. Our mission has been to meet our clients’ goals and to
maintain our high standards of providing excellent service. To accomplish
this mission, we continually seek highly trained, skilled and motivated
people to join our qualified team of professional engineers.
looking for a company that offers you the opportunity to use your
talent and creativity, and if you possess the initiative, ability
and desire to achieve greater responsibility, consider what Flynn
Engineering has to offer.
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benefits, excellent salaries, state-of-the-art equipment,
and an energetic team environment.
estimated that 219,000 civil engineers will be employed in the U.S.
civil engineer deals with the problems of tomorrow as well as the
challenges of today. Since each engineering problem has novel characteristics,
civil engineers work in cooperation with others in different fields
to combine knowledge and creativity with the initiative to fulfill
objectives, protect society, and meet the construction and operating
budgets of their projects. To meet the growing demands of our highly
industrialized society, today's civil engineer needs the technical
expertise to develop new cost-effective techniques, materials, and
technologies that will advance construction, manufacturing, and transportation
while at the same time addressing the need to maintain and upgrade
current infrastructures and facilities. With an annual estimated capital
expenditure for infrastructure renewal total more than $1 billion,
the need for well trained civil engineers will be critical in the
future. Civil Engineers make use of technologies such as Global Positioning
Systems and advanced composite materials to meet the ever increasing
demands of society. Well trained civil engineers also must recognize
and understand how their work may potentially affect the environment.
Such concerns as possible groundwater contamination from leaching
of hazardous/solid wastes from landfills or from acid mine drainage
is just one of a number of environmental issues that the civil engineer
must consider in project planning and construction."