Meet Meyer Najem: Superintendents

When Senior Superintendent Steve Hamrick began his career in construction, cordless tools hadn’t even been invented yet. Forty years later, not only are tools cordless, but he and his fellow Meyer Najem Superintendents now have an iPad in their safety vests for 24-7 access to ProCore, they can send owners drone footage of their projects…

Meet Meyer Najem: Accounting

Accountants wear many hats. In the case of Meyer Najem’s accounting department, they sometimes wear hard hats. The company sets up jobsite tours for all employees so that everyone gets to see the fruits of their labor. And, our accountants are awarded for project successes, just as a project manager or superintendent would be. Keeping…

Meet Meyer Najem

January 8, 2020 Meet Meyer Najem Aristotle once wisely said that, “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.”  You’ll see that at Meyer Najem. Each department is strong individually, comprised of self-motivated high achievers, but put us all together, and you get one exceptionally high performing team. Whether you call it synergy,…

A Pathway to Success

By Hope Charters Purdue’s Construction Engineering and Management program combines technical engineering proficiency with management expertise, and it is up to each CEM graduate to determine which path they would like to take. While the majority of alumni find themselves pursuing a professional engineering license in construction, others like Luke Marklin (BSCEM ’07) discover their…

Building a Career in Construction

By Shari Held During the recession of 2008, the construction industry took a hard hit. Skilled tradesmen who lost their jobs turned to other industries to find work. Many cautioned the next generation to earn college degrees as the panacea for an “unstable” construction industry. At the same time, many high schools and middle schools…