Growth, Fun, Challenge!

Nitsch Engineering’s company culture is based on the idea that happy and engaged employees are the single most important element in having a successful firm. We encourage our staff to do work that challenges and excites them; we support their professional growth through education, mentoring, and professional society involvement; and along the way we have frequent social events for fun and relaxation.

Many companies say they do these things, but Nitsch goes beyond talking the talk – we really walk the walk, as our employees will happily tell you!

A Great Place to Work

When it comes to saying a company is a great place to work, only one source really matters: the employees. That’s why Nitsch is so proud to have been ranked a great place to work by the following publications; each uses employee feedback as the primary source!

  • The Boston Globe Top Places to Work – Ranked #1 in Medium Firms Category (2016)
  • The Boston Globe Top Places to Work – Ranked #10 in Small Firms Category (2015)
  • ZweigWhite Best Civil Engineering Firms to Work For in the United States – Ranked #2 (2014)
  • CE News Magazine Best Civil Engineering Firms to Work For in the United States – Ranked #6 (2013)
  • CE News Magazine Best Civil Engineering Firms to Work For in the United States – Ranked #19 overall and #9 in the Small Firm Category (2009)
  • CE News Magazine Best Civil Engineering Firms to Work For in the United States – Ranked #14 overall and #9 in the Small Firm Category (2008)
  • CE News Magazine Best Civil Engineering Firms to Work For in the United States Award – Ranked #39 overall and #15 in the Small Firm Category (2007)
  • WTS Boston and WTS International Employer of the Year (2006)
  • CE News Magazine Best Civil Engineering Firms to Work For in the United States Award – Ranked #35 overall and #14 in the Small Firm Category (2006)

We’re proud to say that Nitsch has been highly ranked every time we’ve submitted for one of these awards!

Kudos

“One thing that struck me within the first few weeks of starting at Nitsch was that upper management actually communicates with the rest of the employees. I was very impressed at my first quarterly meeting when the President began to tell us about potential markets and opportunities the company was exploring. I don’t think I’ve ever worked at a company where I felt so informed about the direction the company was headed in.”

— Transportation Project Engineer
Nitsch Engineering