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By Sam Crigman
August 15, 2016
This post was originally published on the Procore Engineering Blog.
Procore Engineering is working on products our clients in the Architectural, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry use to build hospitals, sports stadiums, schools, apartment buildings, and skyscrapers more efficiently, with improved communication and collaboration.
I’ve had the pleasure of leading our Engineering team since 2008. My perspective is one in which I’ve seen us grow and innovate year after incredible year. We work closely with our clients to ensure our products are giving them what they need. The Procore offices are largely wall-and-door-free, and the company culture reinforces and celebrates creativity, autonomy, and ingenuity. We are tackling new challenges every day, with increasing complexity. It’s exciting. And we’re always looking for great people to join our team.
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