Co-ops and Internships

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Messer positions include Accounting, Building Systems Engineer (MEP), Estimating, Information Technology, Project Engineer, Safety, Virtual Design & Construction (BIM), and more.

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Read Tyler's co-op experience in the article below.

We Are Building

It's more than a tagline. It's how we show up for each other, for inclusion and for community. Messer employees lead the industry through choices we make each day.

Makayla shares one of her best memories as a co-op.


Messer-funded scholarships are available for minority and female college students pursuing on-site operations or a business career in construction.

Dominque Dunlap, Robert Dorsey Fund for the Future scholarship recipient
Dominique, Robert Dorsey Fund for the Future scholarship recipient.


Messer strives to be the leader in construction not just for what we build, but also for how we build. Review Messer's report to learn more about our focus on DE&I, giving, volunteering, and more. 

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Messer contributed $2.7M to nonprofits across our 11 regions.

Please be aware, it is not the practice of Messer or any of our subsidiaries to request personal information or conduct employment interviews via email or web chat. The safety and protection of your personal information are our top priorities. All offers of employment include face-to-face interview.

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What's it like to be a Messer co-op at a project?

Tyler, a University of Cincinnati student working as a project engineer co-op at Messer, was featured in the Cincinnati Enquirer (photo credit Andrew Higley / University of Cincinnati) to discuss his day-to-day responsibilities while working on the University of Cincinnati Calhoun Hall renovation.

  • "I feel like firsthand work experience is most important when you're going into a career, no matter what it is," he said. "You don't get the hands-on experience in classes."
  • One of Wirth’s goals when he started his fall co-op was to work on his communication skills. He says he’s gotten daily opportunities to do this by running morning meetings with the foremen, and he can already tell he’s getting better.
  • Wirth says he’s walked the building top to ground floor at least 50 times by now, doing safety walks three times or more each week. He likes being in the know about construction at the university.