Industrial Project Innovation (IPI) is pleased to introduce our rotational internship program. It is open to college juniors and seniors in good academic standing who are pursuing degrees in construction, engineering or business management. This is a one-of-a-kind, hands-on learning experience that is offered during the fall and spring semesters and summer break.

Our interns work alongside the industry’s most experienced and talented professionals. Participants are paired with a mentor who introduces our organization’s driving principles. These lessons are then applied both on-site and in the office.

Justin Kujath is this week’s featured summer intern. He comes to IPI from Montana State University where he majors in business management. Justin is based in the Greenville office. He is responsible for the concept and coordination of the current home office expansion. When he is not reaching out to vendors or working on furniture arrangements, he is improving his construction management knowledge with online learning modules offered through IPI’s Talent LMS site. We asked Justin what he thinks of the internship so far in a few short questions:

What is your favorite aspect of the internship?

I like the small company feel that IPI has. It is innovative internally, and not just with clients and projects.

What is one unexpected thing that you have learned during your time at Industrial Project Innovation?

I have learned to manage priorities while working on different projects. I feel more comfortable reaching out to suppliers and others outside the company on behalf of the company.

What do you hope to gain from this internship?

I hope to sharpen my business professionalism skills, which will be highly important after I graduate college.

Our team would like to extend a warm welcome to Justin and thank him for his continued efforts in the home office!