MWH, now part of Stantec, has offices located around the world—the Chicago office is located in the heart of the city, in the River district
Careers - MWH around the World
 Always a Reason to Celebrate
MWH around the World
Always a Reason to Celebrate
Embracing the diversity of MWH employees, the company holds parties that integrate different cultural traditions. In the fall, they celebrate Diwali, the Hindu Festival of Lights. Each summer, the team has a picnic, and each winter features a big holiday party. These events—along with monthly happy hours and a company softball team—bring employees together.
Careers - MWH around the World
 Global Project Delivery
MWH around the World
Global Project Delivery
At a local level, each project has a team comprised of a project manager and staff members. Together, they manage resources, track progress, and communicate with the client. When particularly challenging problems arise, though, the local team can reach out to a global network of experts in order to develop and deliver the best solutions.
 
 
“We tackle some of the most technically complex projects out there. It’s something that requires more than just a turnkey solution. We have this great technical staff that’s willing to dig in, understand what the issues are, and develop the solutions that make our communities better places.”
-Rachael
Geotechnical Engineer
 
“We tackle some of the most technically complex projects out there. It’s something that requires more than just a turnkey solution. We have this great technical staff that’s willing to dig in, understand what the issues are, and develop the solutions that make our communities better places.”
 
 
“Management is as hands-on as you need them to be. If I’m handling a project just fine, I have a lot of freedom to run with it. Other projects are more challenging, and I can lean on the people above me who have more experience.”
-Tim
Mechanical Engineer
 
“Management is as hands-on as you need them to be. If I’m handling a project just fine, I have a lot of freedom to run with it. Other projects are more challenging, and I can lean on the people above me who have more experience.”