What is Built.com?
Simply put, Built.com is Career Networking for the Built Environment. Built.com is a professional network of design, construction and management professionals who come together to exchange ideas, information and opportunities to be more successful at work.There is no limit to the success a quality, trusted network in business can provide you, and at Built.com we help you create and manage your network so you don't have to.
What is the Built Environment?The "built environment" is commonly referred to as the man-made surroundings that provide the setting for human activity ranging in scale from personal shelter to neighborhoods to large-scale power plants and civic surroundings. Professionals in the built environment are often referred to as A/E/C professionals, which includes architecture, engineering, construction, facility management, building products and related occupations.
How does Built.com help you?
Built.com provides you access to the largest professional network for the built environment. Built.com knows that networking through trusted relationships is the best and fastest way to stay informed, make a sale, find a job, form a partnership, obtain a reliable vendor referral, or get an answer to a challenging business question. Which is why Built.com developed a complete networking solution, that makes networking success possible for everyone.
If you are a professional in the built environment, you can register to create your own free personal website, allowing you to add your resume or create a confidential profile, add project videos and photographs, begin a personal blog, and link to schools attended, projects completed, or past employers. As a networking tool, you can create private or public groups, offer recommendations and collaborate with like-minded professionals about important business issues or projects. You can even import your network and contacts from other social media sites, broadcast your business-related questions to find answers, view job opportunities, find people and knowledge you need, and conveniently manage your emails, jobs and communications with others. (In addition you can gain new insights from discussions and correspondences with other professionals in private group settings, or discover inside connections that can help you find a new job, make a sale, stay informed or obtain a reliable vendor referral.)
Firms in the built environment can create their own corporate website, publish current job vacancies (architecture jobs, engineering jobs, construction jobs, facility manger jobs, etc.), post questions and answers, source job seeker profiles, verify references, get referrals on hiring, evaluate competition, identify a JV partner or supplier, and conveniently manage emails, resumes and communications with others.
How does Built.com work?
You can find and be introduced to potential employers, customers, vendors, or experts who come recommended to you. You can also create and collaborate on projects, gather information, share files and solve problems with others. As a member you can be found for business opportunities, or you can find potential partners on projects. In addition you can gain new insights from discussions and correspondences with other professionals in private group settings, or discover inside connections that can help you find a new job, make a sale, stay informed or obtain a reliable vendor referral. You can even post and distribute job listings and search through the thousands of online profiles to find the best talent for your firm.
There is no limit to the success a quality, trusted network in business can provide you, and at Built.com we help you create and manage your network so you don't have to.
What specific types of Jobs does Built.com service?
Built.com will support all levels of jobs within the built environment, including civil engineering vacancies, structural engineering jobs, electrician jobs, trade jobs, mechanical engineering jobs, electrical engineering jobs, civil engineering jobs, interior designer jobs, interior design jobs, HVAC jobs, heating and air conditioning jobs, architecture jobs, architect jobs, plumbing jobs, civil engineer job, welder jobs , facility manager jobs, carpenter jobs, construction manager jobs, project management jobs, carpentry jobs, facility management jobs, facilities management jobs, roofing jobs, quantity surveyor jobs, estimator jobs, plumber jobs, environmental engineering jobs, and others.
What is LEED friendly design?Developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), LEED is an internationally recognized green building certification system. LEED provides building owners and operators a concise framework for identifying and implementing practical and measurable green building design, construction, operations and maintenance solutions.
Our Green Initiative
Built.com goes green! In support of LEED friendly and sustainable design, construction and management of the Built environment, we have designed our website to reflect our "Go Green", and eco-friendly values.
Built.com is committed to the "Green Initiative" in promoting and supporting green building construction, green building design, green architecture, green engineering, green construction, green building technology, green building materials and green building products.
As such, Built.com is also a strong supporter of sustainable design and sustainable development regarding the design, construction and management of the built environment. Furthermore, Built.com advocates environmentally conscious, sustainable architecture, sustainable construction and sustainable building materials that aim to reduce the environmental impact of a building over its entire lifetime.
At Built.com, we believe all of us should share in the responsibility of doing everything we can to help the environment stay clean and green. We at Built.com, are doing our small part to make the world "greener" by operating within eco-friendly buildings, having water restrictors, and re-using/recycling materials whenever possible. In addition we support the Arbor Day Foundation, and follow the guidelines of the Green Business Alliance.
It's our future we are building today. Let's build it greener. Let's build it together.