Life at William R. Nash
Our employees are our greatest asset. I am personally committed to cultivating a work environment that nurtures collaboration, fosters innovation, and promotes continuous growth, ensuring that each employee-owner thrives and actively contributes to our collective success.
Vice President of Human Resources
At WRN, we understand that attracting top talent is crucial for our success. We are dedicated to creating a work environment where our employees can grow and make a significant impact.
SUPPORTIVE WORK ENVIRONMENT
We understand that a positive work environment is crucial for personal and professional well-being. At William R. Nash, we encourage a supportive atmosphere that promotes work-life balance, recognizes achievements, and values employee well-being. We believe that when our employees feel appreciated and supported, they can perform at their best.
Join our team today and embark on an exciting journey where your skills will be recognized, your ideas will be embraced, and your career will flourish.
CULTURE OF COLLABORATION & INNOVATION
We foster a collaborative culture that values teamwork, creativity, and innovation. We believe that diverse perspectives and ideas fuel our growth and enable us to deliver outstanding results. As a member of our team, you'll have the opportunity to contribute your unique skills and ideas while working alongside talented individuals who are passionate about their work with a willingness to grow.
Continued Education Initiatives
INNOVATIVE TOOLS & TECHNOLOGY
PROJECT MANAGEMENT TRAINING
Credit where credit's due! Incentive winners, milestone awards, and continued education program graduates.
"Being a BIM coordinator feels a lot like playing Tetris...there only so many ways the different pieces can rotate, and their orientation and placement affect the way the whole picture fits together. 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