Waldron’s most important asset is its people.
Whether it’s working an outage, responding to an urgent request for support, managing critical project information, or gathering around a conference table to ensure each aspect of your project has been carefully considered, it’s our people who make the difference that we deliver.
We’re proud to employ some of the energy industry’s top professionals—people who are committed to ensuring each project is a success, and who have the knowledge and skills to accomplish the task. Our team brings extensive experience across each of the engineering and design disciplines we cover, and everyone in the organization shares a focus on delivering solutions to our clients.
We believe in
We believe in continuing education and training for our staff to stay up-to-date. Whether you are new to a role or looking to update your skills, we believe in constant education and cross-functional learning.
We nurture a
culture of caring
Waldron provides industry leading benefits for our employees including healthcare and tuition reimbursement.
We provide a hybrid working environment that embraces both a work from home aspect coupled with an in office work component that fosters flexibility, mentoring, learning and a shared understanding of Waldron’s culture and values.
We encourage personal professional development along a career path that leads to professional registration as an engineer or other relevant credentials.
New Hampshire’s seacoast is our home
and our playground
Our main office is located in an area of the New England Seacoast that could be called a 'Hidden Gem'.
Many of our employees get together after the workday to mountain bike in trails adjacent to our office.
Downtown Exeter, NH has a vibrant culture and community.
Nearby Portsmouth, NH is a progressive and eclectic mix of stunning architecture with fantastic dining, shopping, and commercial experiences.
Escape to the beach, only a 15-minute ride from our office.
Natural beauty and adventures like snow skiing, water-skiing, mountain hiking, and rock climbing are a short drive to Northern New Hampshire, Maine, or Vermont.