worker (Former Employee) – Boardman, OR – June 7, 2017
Fun company to work for, but management was all over the place. I never knew what to expect from them, which is what made it somewhat fun for me. If you're looking for something new and challenging. I would recommend this company.
Great environment when mangement isn't stressed out
Logistics and Operations Manager (Former Employee) – Hinkley, CA – January 2, 2017
Day to day operations and duties varied, as long as my duties were met milestones were on time I was left to operate with impunity. Only major issue was the Management from spain needed more experience and refused to leave the office or listened to anyone who had it
Tax Manager (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 1, 2015
The company is very young in the United States and thus offers plenty of opportunities and flexibilities. The working environment is very culturally diverse and coworkers are from different countries all over the world.
Complex and remote environment I loved the challenge!
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Hinkley, Ca – June 24, 2015
Very fast paced work environment. I learned that I enjoyed receiving tracking and inventory, and the environment of these crazy construction projects. The working conditions were excellent considering the remote location. co-workers from many different countries kept things very interesting and I learned I could work well with them. The hardest part of the job was some of the attitudes. The most enjoyable part was successfully completing the challenge of receiving storing and then finding the parts and equipment required by the many subcontractors we worked with. I went from knowing nothing about the field I entered to being one of the employees most relied upon by vendors, subcontractors and fellow workers on site.
Site supervisor (Former Employee) – ca – May 21, 2015
Ive learned here abut solar plants and managing people, great and knowlegeable people to work with.unfortunately the company moved to a different project out of the state and i had to continue my education and had to live the company.
Firstly the number of workers working on the ACC would be noted daily ranging from Structural Assemblers, Welders, Crane Operators, General Workers etc. Being the client on site I could not interfere in job allocation of any of the employees of the sub-contractor, so the amount of workers working daily was only for production purposes.
I learnt that although you have a planned production schedule, there are uncontrollable elements that might hinder the completion of a job; Weather conditions not appropriate to perform tasks (Working on heights in wet conditions- NO GO), Job completion is dependent on another job. In situations like these one has to have alternative jobs that can be conducted i.e Housekeeping etc. Also to communicate effectively with other supervisors working in or around your area, seen that all jobs on site (individually) are equally important but vary in priority rating.
The hardest part of my job was to actually confront work that is of poor quality, or work that needs to be redone as this amounts in lost time and unnecessary penalties to the sub-contractors. But it had to be done to ensure that a quality ACC would be erected.
The most enjoyable part of the job was being on site everyday as I learnt something new each day I was on site, I can speak Spanish.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Calexico, CA – October 28, 2014
Excellent work environment. Employees from all parts of the world come together for a common goal, to complete the project at hand. In my case, it was the construction of the world’s largest single-axis photovoltaic plant.
Great health benefits for employees and their families.
Projects with a completion date are usually temporary.