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From engineering to consultancy

 
#1 From engineering to consultancy
06/11/2003 00:00

GG

Hi, I am a civil engineer working for a leading engineering consultancy, involved in projects ranging from big office developments to airports design, with experience in project and design management. After 4 years of this, I am now thinking of moving to management consulting. Do you know of any firm that might be interested in my background and expertise (either for the services they offer or the industry sector they work for)?

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#2 Re: From engineering to consultancy
10/11/2003 00:00

MY

I worked for two years after graduation as a structural engineer before switching to one of the big consultancies. It's not impossible - the skillsets are suprisingly similar (problem solving, analysis etc.) as well as the delivery methodologies (engagement, analysis, design, delivery, closure...). If you can prove relevant project management experience and competencies in technology and general business then you stand a good chance... Few of the big firms have construction related engagements, but you should look to market your skills as transferrable and relevant to any industry.

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