At Gordon, we aim to foster innovative thought in a collaborative team atmosphere. Gordon values employee input, supports growth, and cultivates future leaders in an inclusive environment, allowing an opportunity for everyone to be engaged in exciting and successful projects.

Gordon’s Culture Committee is a progressive team that works to improve the flow of information, job quality, work atmosphere, and training. Gordon understands that the best teamwork is built through a sharing of experiences, both professional and personal. Therefore, we promote cross-training to ensure quality control and our staff remain active both in the office and within our local community.

We are eager to add individuals to our team to enrich Gordon’s culture and continue to build on the growth and success of our company.


Employment with GORDON includes a benefits package focused on addressing your career and personal objectives including:

  • Retirement Planning
  • Health Insurance
  • Disability Insurance
  • Life and Accident Insurance
  • Paid Holidays
  • Paid Time Off
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • And much more


If you need more information or special assistance for persons with disabilities or limited English proficiency, contact our Human Resources staff at 703-263-1900 (TTY/TDD users, call 711). 


Gordon University (“Gordon U”) was developed in 2012 with the purpose of engaging designers in a casual, interactive professional development program. Gordon U is held once a week and is open to all entry and mid-level employees who are looking to share their knowledge and gain input from other designers and professionals within the company. In addition to enhancing technical skillsets, Gordon U enables participants to strengthen their confidence in interpersonal communication and client presentations, which have become increasingly valuable in career advancement.



Left Photo: Brian Yatsko and Noah Ray at Virginia Tech’s career fair. Right Photo: Kelsey Ryan, PE; Courtney Scheepers; and Brandon Campbell at GMU Career Fair

Gordon’s Summer Internship Program is a comprehensive opportunity for college students and young professionals to experience the broad spectrum of civil engineering and land development consulting services across a wide range of exciting project types and sizes.

Interns are typically integrated with Gordon project teams in pairs and mentored by two project-level engineers. Interns rotate through teams of land planners, water resources engineers, landscape architects, as well as field survey and survey computing professionals. Interns can look forward to site visits in Virginia, Washington DC, Maryland, and West Virginia – or remotely supporting federal programs across the country.

Gordon interns are assigned a multitude of tasks ranging from plan markups to creating plan sheets to mobilizing on-site visits with project team members. Interns will gain valuable experience with a wide range of industry software and computational methods – most prominently AutoCAD Civil3D – providing a ‘real-world’ context for their academic course work. Individual tasks and workloads are tailored to each intern’s AutoCAD experience and abilities to support that individual’s growth and skill advancement throughout the summer.


"At Gordon, I always appreciated that enthusiasm and integrity are in high regard amongst my peers. Each day brings new challenges and opportunities on anything from minor renovation projects to massive multiphase redevelopments for new construction. Gordon enables me to Invent the Future."

Civil Engineering 

Best Part of Working at GORDON
The people at Gordon keep me coming back every day. Our staff is knowledgeable, endearing, quirky, and most of all helpful for every situation that I’ve found myself in over the years. 

Recent Projects 
GMU Horizon Hall, Woodland Park East, National Zoological Park Bird House, National Museum of Natural History South Accessible Approach, Monument Drive Commuter Parking Garage and Transit Center

Fun Fact 
During the pandemic I’ve picked up some odd hobbies, woodworking being one in particular. I don’t have a dedicated workshop at home but that hasn’t stopped me from making furniture with only hand tools in my spare time.