We know that people are our greatest assets. We continue to build a Team of talented and experienced individuals who look forward to exciting challenges in our industry. We are always interested in meeting with candidates who have Plumbing/Mechanical experience.
Locations for our career opportunities include South Florida (Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, St. Lucie Counties), South Carolina, the U.S. Virgin Islands (St. Thomas, St. John, St. Croix, Bahamas (Nassau, Paradise Island), and the Caribbean (Cayman Islands).
Many factors have contributed to Nash’s success. One is the firm’s expanded training program for Superintendents and Project Managers. In addition to job experience and regular training methods, the team members associated with our projects complete seminars designed to thoroughly familiarize them with proper installation, check-out, and maintenance of mechanical equipment and systems. Combining qualified people with proven policies and procedures relating to job management, purchasing, expediting and the implementation of new systems has made William R Nash a recognized leader in mechanical construction.
Benefits of being part of the William R. Nash Team
Our Employees benefit by the programs we offer including:
Growing our Team and Company Culture
Our culture and our people are what makes William R. Nash the company it is today. We are here to help our team grow both professionally and personally to be the best version of one’s self.
If you are interested in being one of our subcontractors, please contact us with your resume and portfolio of work:
[email protected] Attention: Reiner Speer
Fax to 305-885-8014
Being a BIM coordinator feels a lot like playing Tetris. Think back to the first time you played the game; you quickly realize that there only so many ways the different pieces can rotate, and their orientation and placement affect the way the whole picture fits together. If some pieces take up too much space, you quickly run out of space and the game is over. On the other hand, if you optimize the pieces to fit precisely together, the game rewards you! At times BIM coordination can be stressful and frustrating when things don’t fit precisely. If the systems aren’t optimized in a certain way you will run into a hard clash with the structure above, the ceiling below, or any of the other systems in between and your work is not complete. However, through the coordination process sub-contractors work together to orient their systems in such a way that optimizes the space. We get the privilege of watching the building come to life via virtual construction and the result is truly satisfying. Nadia Gargum, VDC Project Lead