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Limbach Engineering & Management Training Program

Welcome to Limbach! As the Chairman and CEO of Limbach, I would personally like to thank you for your interest in our company and invite you to participate in our thriving Limbach Engineering & Management Training Program (LEMT). This program has proven itself lucrative throughout the years as reflected in the success of our company’s leaders, over half of whom began with and continue to prosper as a result of the essential training and skill set acquired under our LEMT Program. We are aware that it can be intimidating entering this specialized industry directly out of college with little or no work experience. The purpose of the LEMT Program is to train and mentor college graduates and to provide you with the valuable experience you will need in all the various aspects of Engineering and Management, from estimating to onthe-job training. Once you have acquired a basic understanding of the many facets of our projects and services through the individual departments, you will join our team as an assigned “Project Engineer” and continue to develop your skills and abilities to become a future leader in our company and the industry. The benefit to beginning your training with the Limbach family is the vast opportunity available within our company. Limbach has grown to a $350 million national mechanical contractor, consistently ranked in the Top 10 of ENR’s Top Specialty Contractors since 1964. With our eleven (11) locations throughout the nation and a wide diversification of career types, you have the ability and option to fulfill your individual goals in life. We strongly encourage you to become engaged in the vast opportunities we offer at Limbach, beginning with our LEMT Program. Charlie Bacon Chairman & CEO

Who is Limbach? In 1901, Limbach started providing mechanical and sheet metal services to clients. Today, Limbach Facility Services has grown to a $350 million national mechanical contractor and service firm, consistently ranked in the Top 10 of ENR’s Top Specialty Contractors since 1964 and has eleven (11) locations in Ann Arbor, MI; Boston, MA; Columbus, OH; Detroit, MI; Los Angeles, CA; New Brunswick, NJ; Philadelphia, PA; Pittsburgh, PA; Orlando, FL; Washington, DC; Tampa, FL. As a part of Limbach’s culture, we are committed: To be the 1st choice mechanical contractor and service firm in the markets we serve, consistently exceeding the expectations of our stakeholders:

Our Employees Our Customers Our Investors Our Partners

For over 100 years, Limbach has strived to bring our customers a wealth of industry experience, an established local presence, cost competitiveness, financial strength, a strong service record, and innovative building solutions.


What is the Limbach Engineering & Management Training Program (LEMT)? Part of our commitment to growing young talent within the industry is a graduate program called our LEMT program which stands for Limbach Engineering & Management Training. This program exposes new college graduates to our business and allows them to learn all aspects from estimating to project management to financials. We believe that growing our workforce should start from our internal talent base. The LEMT program begins with an orientation program that will introduce you to our industry, business, and internal operations of our company. We take the approach that new recruits have little knowledge or experience within the industry and our company, and the program is designed to provide a landscape of our structure, culture and the definitions of terminology we use every day. Phase(s) of the LEMT program include:

Phase One – “Estimating” Each trainee will be required to spend 4 to 6 months in the branch estimating department. You will learn the fundamentals of our business during your training with this group. Your education will include the following: • Exposure to Drawing and Terminologies • Learn the Limbach Systems • Do a job “Take Off” • Learn “How Limbach Wins Jobs” Phase Two – “On-The-Job-Training”. After your training and exposure to estimating and the estimating systems, each trainee will spend the next 18 to 36 months rotating among the various departments of the branch. A majority of this time will be spent with the construction group. Those departments include: • Major Projects (both on job site & in office) • Special Projects • Controls • Engineering • Service

Phase Three – “Transition to a Productive Role within the Branch”. It is initiated with your graduation from the LEMT program and assignment into a productive role within one of the branch departments. Your training will continue with a combination of “Core” and specialized training depending upon your departmental assignment. The Department Manager and Branch Manager will continually guide your training. Your annual performance review is a key to this process in which goals and objectives, including required training, are defined in a collaborative manner.


What Benefits Does Limbach Offer? Limbach believes that our employees are our greatest assets. The company cares about and is committed to the well being of its employees and their families. This commitment is reflected in the comprehensive benefits package provided to employees. As a part of our team, employees have access to the following list of company-provided and voluntary employee benefits programs: • Medical, Dental and Vision Care • 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan with Company Matching Contributions • Short and Long-Term Disability Insurance • Life and Accidental Death Insurance • Supplemental Voluntary Life Insurance • Dependant Life Insurance • Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) & Health Savings Accounts (HSA) • Business Travel Accident Insurance • Paid Holidays, Vacation and Sick time • Direct Deposit • Annual Development Programs


What does Limbach Build? Limbach works with a wide variety of clients in such market segments as: commercial, healthcare, entertainment & leisure, institutional & government, manufacturing, mission critical, residential, retail and transportation. Many of our clients range from small regional companies to large national companies. Building lasting relationships with our clients as well as successful projects are keys to Limbach’s continued growth.

Beaumont Hospital Troy, Michigan

Jacksonville Federal Courthouse, Jacksonville, Florida

Holocaust Memorial Center West Bloomfield, Michigan

Lincoln Field Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


GM NATP Centerpoint TPC Pontiac, Michigan

Pfizer Technical Development Facility Ann Arbor, Michigan

One Lincoln Plaza Boston, Massachusetts

Hard Rock Hotel Orlando, Florida


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Limbach's LEMT Brochure  

A brochure highlighting Limbach's Engineering and Management Training Program.

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