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Provost & Pritchard Consulting Group ranked fourth in Nation as 2018 'Best civil engineering firm to work for'

FRESNO, CA:  The Zweig Group, a leading publishing company, recently ranked Provost & Pritchard Consulting Group fourth overall among the “2018 Best Civil Engineering Firms to Work For” nationwide. Provost & Pritchard ranked the highest of all California firms. This marks the third consecutive year that Provost & Pritchard has been ranked in the top five in the nation.

 

“It is so refreshing to be at a firm that truly acts according to their core values, that respects their employees and is dedicated to making sure they have the flexibility to grow their career and still be at their child’s last day of preschool,” said Brandon Stipe, Senior Engineer. “I can’t imagine a better firm to work for!”

 

According to Zweig Group, the “Best Firms to Work For” award is a prestigious ranking to honor the creation of outstanding workplaces at architecture, landscape architecture, geotechnical, environmental, and civil, structural and multidiscipline engineering firms. The top firms are recognized for their ability to create these outstanding workplaces through workplace design, teamwork, excellent benefits and amenities and work culture.

 

“We are honored to continue to be ranked among the “Best Civil Engineering Firms to Work For” nationwide,” said Ronald Samuelian, Provost & Pritchard’s president. “We strive to maintain a family atmosphere and stay true to our philosophy that people who enjoy their work are happier, more productive and more satisfied.”

 

Provost & Pritchard’s final ranking was determined largely by the results of a confidential Employee Satisfaction Survey of full-time staff. Questions were based on a variety of topics including culture, management style, benefits, staff recognition, compensation, professional development, recruiting, and retention. Provost & Pritchard has been selected for the “Best Firms” list each of the 16 years they have participated in the award competition.

 

 

Press Release:  June 29, 2018