I am a civil engineer with a master's in engineering management and a PMP. I also took some accounting and finance courses at college. Currently, I am a mid-senior at an engineering consulting company. As a next step, I am targeting to move to project management in the engineering/real estate industries; for example applying to Capital and Infrastructure Projects at PwC's deals line of services. I would appreciate your advice on the following:
1. Since my experience is rather technical, I am assuming PwC would want to test my business knowledge. What is the best way to start? Are there any recommended courses or cases to study?
2. What are the firms where I can find implementation units focusing on engineering projects? I heard that Accenture, EY, Deloitte do implementation projects in the operations practice.
3. In order to gain time, I am interested to have a session with a coach to plan my preparation wisely. I noticed that most of the experts on Preplounge work in management consulting companies. I would like to have a talk with a coach who has expertise relevant to the type of work and company I am looking for.