PDC Engineers is pleased to announce that it has been presented with the Foraker Award for Best Place to Work (1-250 employees category) through the Best of Alaska Business Awards organized by the Alaska Business Magazine.
Winners were selected through online voting that took place from February to April 2019 and ranked in first, second, and third place with the titles of Denali, St. Elias, and Foraker, respectively.
“We are thrilled and thankful to be recognized like this by all those that voted. Our vision is to be the place where everyone wants to work, and this award shows that we are headed in the right direction. Providing diversity of design on projects, flexibility with employees, and a great company culture drive our decision-making at PDC. It is wonderful to see our employee-owners take the time to express their fulfilment and happiness working here,” said Matt Emerson, PDC Engineers president.
One hundred and one employees, representing nine disciplines and spread over five offices in Alaska, make up PDC Engineers. The multi-discipline team prides itself in its employee ownership as an ESOP, boasts an average employee tenure of nine years, posted a 27% promotion rate in 2018, and is proud to have made the Zweig Group list of “Best Firms to Work for” three times in the last seven years.
PDC Engineers is dedicated to designing projects in arctic and subarctic regions, providing unique solutions to the cold landscapes’ challenges. PDC has worked extensively throughout Alaska, serving over 250 communities, as well as globally, reaching Antarctica and Greenland. We specialize in the Facilities, Transportation, Utilities, and Land Development Services markets.