Miron Construction Co., Inc.

About Miron Construction Co., Inc.

Miron Construction Co., Inc. is one of the nation’s premier construction firms and is recognized as an industry leader. As the company continues to grow, so does its need for intelligent, skilled, and driven project management interns. While Miron puts more work in place in the state of Wisconsin than any other contractor (based on Midwest revenues) according to ENR Midwest’s 2016 “Top Contractors” list, it also provides innovative pre-construction, construction management, design-build, industrial, and general construction services nationwide. The forward-thinking, fast-growing private company is headquartered in Neenah, Wisconsin, with regional offices in Madison, Wausau, Milwaukee, Green Bay and Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Ranked by Engineering News Record (ENR) as 87th among the “Top 400 Contractors in the United States” (based on 2016 revenue of $898 million), Miron is also the Official Provider of Construction Services for the Green Bay Packers and Lambeau Field. For more information, please visit

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Project Accounting Intern

May 2020 - November 2020 Neenah, WI
“I really enjoyed the environment and culture at Miron. Everyone is super friendly and helpful. I always felt welcome and that they cared about me. I was able to work on lots of different construction projects and see some of them from start to finish which was very interesting to learn the whole process. I worked on different projects like weekly forecasting and labor productivity reports which are very important for the team. There was a variety of different projects and daily tasks which kept the job interesting. I knew that I was doing important work for my team and helping them which really added value to my experience.”

Construction Project Management Intern

May 2020 Platteville, WI
“Great company environment, very centered on learning and actual responsibilities on job sites. I learned far more in this one summer about Project Management than I ever have in the classroom.”
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