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M C Dean Information Session
The session will:
- be hosted by recently hired engineers from Ohio State
- provide an overview of M.C. Dean as a company and the opportunities it offers
- conclude with a Q&A session for students
- be accepting resumes for upcoming on-campus interviews
Please direct all questions to Bern Metro at firstname.lastname@example.org
About M.C. Dean:
M.C. Dean, Inc. is one of the nation’s premier electrical engineering and systems integration firms for complex, mission-critical organizations and has consistently earned high rankings as one of the most largest & most capable electrical & specialty contractors in the nation.
Established in 1949, M.C. Dean is a privately-held company and has earned a reputation as an innovator and pioneer in the development of new electrical practices, processes and software associated with the design and construction of significant industrial, government and commercial facilities. Headquartered in Dulles, Virginia, M.C. Dean employs more than 2,500 professionals in offices throughout the United States & Europe including integrated regional offices in Baltimore MD, Charleston SC, Atlanta GA, Tampa FL, Houston & Dallas TX, Santa Clara CA and Portland OR.
M.C. Dean’s core capabilities includes the design of electrical delivery systems, critical power infrastructure, electronic security systems, information assurance & cybersecurity systems, telecommunications, life-safety, automation, instrumentation & control, and command & control center systems. M.C. Dean serves a diverse group of markets including Fortune 1000 corporations; universities; high tech & biotech firms; Federal, State and local Government clients; and other organizations with large-scale, complex, and mission-critical infrastructure needs. Recent greenfield project awards include significant government & commercial data center facilities , heavy-rail and light-rail transit properties, medical complexes & hospitals as well as ongoing systems innovation task orders in the Federal electronic security sector.