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Batson-Cook Construction

Construction Engineer

August 2018 • Atlanta, GA

What I liked

The responsibility and flexibility the provided me with. They helped me to learn more about the process of construction and helped me to determine if this is something I want to do as a career.

What I wish was different

Nothing. I thought everything was great!

Advice

Be ready to work harder than you’ve ever worked before and be held to a high standard of responsibility.
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Pre-Construction Intern

May - August 2019 • Tampa, FL

What I liked

One of the best things about interning with Batson-Cook was being able to work on a little bit of everything. I worked mostly in the office, but on occasion, I was able to help out in the field and learn about the daily operations. Additionally, I was also able to see projects from several different perspectives ranging from the conceptual phase and all the way through final close-out. The experience I had with Batson-Cook has also helped me tremendously in my classes this semester and provided me a head start on my coursework.

What I wish was different

Advice

If things seem to get slow, don't be afraid to ask around and see if there is anything you can help with. I found that when I asked around, there was always something new that I could learn.
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Field Engineer intern

May - August 2019 • Destin, FL

What I liked

The inclusion and opportunity to develop my skills and to take on more responsibility.

What I wish was different

I wish that I had been able to experience more of the office side of the construction operation.

Advice

You have to walk in to an opportunity like this with an open mind, a willingness to work long hours, and go the extra mile.
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Construction Project Manager Intern

May 2018 • Jacksonville, FL

What I liked

I learned more than I expected and everyone was kind and accommodating in the office.

What I wish was different

Nothing.

Advice

Always ask to do more.
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