You work for a smaller office that doesn’t have the greatest standing in the market, culturally, they are very different from some of the larger firms you have worked for. Growth takes precedence at the cost of quality. Projects are not managed well from the Project Leader's level and you aren't given the power to manage yourself even if you prove to be capable to do so. The environment feels chaotic and you over-commit to more than you should to get work done.
A national consultancy with the right operating systems and vision in place that has given them a great reputation in the industry. When you walk into this team, you can feel that they are prepared, organised and equipped with a focus on getting work done and done properly. The office layout and leadership is impressive. There is a strong correlation between Engineers and Drafters as the office set-up is built around projects rather than the typical segregated configuration. The team is capable and experienced in their domain and will offer you strong technical guidance. You will be part of the impressive Revit team around which the projects are built. They are some of the best in the industry – you will no-doubt benefit from them as they are happy to share knowledge and encourage you to work and learn from them.