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Internship/Co-Op, Building Technology, D.C. - Winter/Spring/Summer 2025

🚀 Off-cycle Internship

Washington, DC

AI generated summary

  • You should have a strong interest in civil/structural engineering, materials science, architecture, and architectural engineering, maintain high grades, be enthusiastic about challenges, and possess strong communication skills.
  • You will assist with field investigations, testing, analysis, and design under the guidance of licensed professionals, collaborate on projects, and assist with client deliverables. Travel and work at heights may be required.

Off-cycle Internship

Engineering•Washington, DC

Description

  • Simpson Gumpertz & Heger (SGH) is seeking current students for a 2025 Internship and/or Co-op in our Washington, D.C. office.
  • As an Intern or Co-op, you will work side-by-side with industry-leading experts in the office and in the filed to gain hands-on experience while applying classroom knowledge to real-world challenges.

Requirements

  • Students should have an interest in civil and or structural engineering, materials science, architecture, and architectural engineering.
  • Maintain high grades in their studies, interested in learning through hands-on work experience in a consulting engineering environment.
  • Enthusiastic about the challenges associated with the development of sophisticated engineering work product in an atmosphere of high professionalism.
  • Successful candidates must have strong communication abilities.

Education requirements

Currently Studying
Undergraduate

Area of Responsibilities

Engineering

Responsibilities

  • Assist with construction monitoring, field investigations, condition assessments, construction observations as well as project drafting, structural design and analysis, and site inspections.
  • Analyze materials, support our petrography staff, develop test protocols, design and construct testing apparatus, perform tests, and analyze test data.
  • Collaborate with SGH engineers to perform reconnaissance on existing structures, conduct field tests, or monitor construction in progress.
  • Organize field data and assist with research to facilitate analysis, problem solving, and repair design.
  • Perform analysis under the guidance of licensed professionals using a combination of hand calculations and analysis software.
  • Assist with preparation of client deliverables, including construction documents, specifications, and written reports.
  • Work may include travel and working from heights.

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Location

Washington, DC