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  • CDM Smith is one of the world’s top program management (PM) and construction management (CM) firms, providing innovative and creative solutions for our clients and assisting them in achieving successful outcomes on their most important programs.

  • Embracing the continuous search and application of innovative technologies that provide CDM Smith with a competitive edge and allow us to help our clients solve challenging problems and to do more for less.

  • Job Description We are open to considering candidates for this position who would be open to working in one of our CDM Smith offices located in the North East or North Central areas of the United States.

  • CDM Smith has been providing engineering and mapping services in support of FEMA’s National Flood Insurance Program for more than 30 years.

  • As a member of this team you will contribute to CDM Smith's mission by; -Leading the day to day work activities of the survey party under the direction of the survey manager.

Headquarters:Boston, MA
CDM Smith is an engineering and construction company headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts providing solutions in water, environment, transportation, and energy and facilities projects for public and private clients.
Opened:1947
Employees number:5,000

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