Building inclusive work environments that foster innovation, growth and advancement.

At Microdesk, we work as a team to provide advanced technologies and business processes to our customers that speed the adoption of BIM.

We are committed to creating an environment in which all of our employees feel valued, included, and empowered. We know that we are stronger when we work together and that means embracing the diversity of our team in age, gender identity, race, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, ethnicity and perspective.

Whatever your background, we want an environment where we can do our best work, together.









Microdesk Celebrates Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Ensuring Women are at the Table

Career Journeys

Learn more about the women at Microdesk! Project Managers Sana Nassar and Mallary White and Solutions Specialist Julianne Bentley have shared their journeys and why they love to call Microdesk home for building their careers.

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How to Create a Work Culture that Women Want to Join:
One Built Tech Firm’s Formula

Microdesk Built Worlds Article

The AECO industry has traditionally been a male-dominated space. In the past decade, however, women have flocked to architecture, engineering and design roles at all levels, including executive leadership teams. At Microdesk, we pride ourselves on an inclusive culture that supports women in both their professional aspirations and personal responsibilities. Here are just a few of the women that were featured in the 2017 Built Worlds article and where they are today.

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Prioritizing Professional Representation

Microdesk Cares

Microdesk is committed to non-discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. We also support many non-profit organizations including Nashua Pride and are a proud sponsor of the 2022 Festival!

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Diversifying the AECO Industry

After returning home in March 2020 to Mumbai, India for a family emergency, AECO Implementation Specialist Niranjan Prabhu was unable to return to the U.S. due to travel restrictions. He spent his time in India volunteering with a local pharmacy, the National Chemist in Matunga, Mumbai, and caring for stray cats, dogs, and crows. Below is his account of the experience.

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