We are excited to formally introduce our 2023 Summer Interns! Citnalta has made it a point to bring on summer interns who are interested in learning more about the construction industry and Citnalta’s multifaceted role in it. We make it a top priority to match our interns with a project that suits their interests and college majors and over the course of the summer we mentor, encourage, and challenge them to expand their skillsets. At the end of the summer, each intern will present a topic specific to their assigned project to the Citnalta team.
Citnalta is proud of the fact that many current employees began their time with us as interns and have chosen to remain with us during their careers in the industry. Read on to learn more about this years' interns!
Anthony Amador has joined the team at P.S. 47 before he enters his junior year as a civil engineering major at Stony Brook University. His father is a cement mason who has worked for many different companies over his career and recommended Citnalta to Anthony as one of the best companies with which to pursue an internship.
Haley Piscopo joins us from the Stevens Institute of Technology where she is majoring in mechanical engineering. Over the course of her internship at 14th Street Station, she is hoping to learn more about construction processes and all of the details that go into completing a project.
Kabir Singh Plaha
Kabir Singh Plaha will be entering his sophomore year at Bergan Community College where he is a general engineering major. He wanted to join the team at our P.S. 160Q project because he wished to have a productive summer learning the necessary skills for his eventual transition from his time at college to the start of his career.
Charlotte Williams will be a junior studying civil engineering at the University of Dayton. She chose this major because of the positive impact it has globally, whether that be with climate change, transportation, etc. Another aspect of engineering that was appealing to her is how diverse and creative someone can be with their career path. From construction to finance and management, there are numerous ways to utilize a civil engineering degree. During her time at the 116th Precinct, she is looking forward to gaining more hands-on construction experience.
Zaeem Hussain (returning Intern)
Zaeem Hussain returns to Citnalta for his second summer internship, this time at the Grand Central Station project, after which he will be entering his senior year as a civil engineering major at Stony Brook University this fall. Zaeem wanted to return to Citnalta for another internship because he learned so many new things previously and truly felt part of the Citnalta team. This time around he is looking forward to being more involved with the coordination of the work in the office and the actual work being done in the field. He is excited to see and learn how the work done in the office leads to the final structures.