Here, everyone belongs.

“What makes us different? We are a very diverse organization, from the people we employ to the projects we work on. Diversity—of experience, ideas, and people—is one of our firm’s greatest strengths. Our depth of diversity provides a greater depth of solutions.”
- Ajay Shah, CEO

We believe that equal opportunity starts with opportunities

At Globetrotters, we’ve exemplified what a diverse workforce can achieve. We are a minority-owned and-led firm where diversity, equity and inclusion have been our competitive advantage since our founding in 1974.

We strive to provide broad opportunities to our team; we don’t pigeonhole our employees. From our LEED-Accredited architects and civil engineers to our seasoned leadership team, we provide each of our employees with the opportunity to learn, excel and grow with us. Our company culture is collaborative, supportive, inclusive and equitable, and we believe every employee has an important contribution to make. 

We have always understood that our company’s strongest asset is our people, and the more diverse the backgrounds, talents and perspectives of our employees–from the leadership team to those who are just starting their careers with us–the stronger our organization will be. 

No matter where you come from, or how you got here, we believe that what unites us are the shared values of our employees that have made our company thrive for nearly 50 years: hard work, curiosity, a passion to make positive change in the world, a desire for achieving excellence, and a relentless drive to find the best solutions to complex problems.

Learn more about our history, leadership team, and careers.

We are an EEO/M/F/Disability/Veteran employer. We do not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or any other non-merit factor.