Sarabeth Gandara

U.S. Engineering Construction

Session Info

Cap, Gown, and Tech Ready: Prepping for the First Five Years as a New Hire 

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As companies recruit young, new talent from universities, the field, or elsewhere, there is urgency to get new hires up to speed on the software platforms used today. The MEP panel will review information on how employers address onboarding and share their personal experience.

Biography

I have a B.S. and an M.S. in Architectural Engineering from Milwaukee School of Engineering. I have worked at U.S. Engineering in Denver, Colorado since I graduated college in 2018. I started as a Preconstruction Engineer and have moved into a Preconstruction Manager role. My day-to-day entails putting together proposals, budgets/estimates, design feedback, coordinating with engineers and general contractors, and preparing for project interviews. I really work on anything that happens from project pursuit through design before ground breaks on the project. The most notable project that I have been a part of is the National Western Campus Energy Plant. It is the largest wastewater heat recovery system in North America. I have also worked on the DEN Airport Terminal and projects in healthcare, K-12, higher education, commercial, and industrial sectors.

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