Good company to work for till Cruz construction took over
Diesel Truck Mechanic (Former Employee) – Prudhoe Bay, AK – February 2, 2016
Worked Twelve to sixteen hour days. Learned something new everyday. Management was good to me. Got along with my co-workers. worked well with others. Hardest part was long periods away from home. Enjoyed learning new things.
Away from home to long, Three weeks on Two weeks off. Hard on the family.
Construction Driver (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – December 28, 2015
We worked average of 12-16 hours a day. Season is short so you have to work while you have the time to get the project done. Stayed on task well and managed their employees well. Delegated jobs, so allowed for diversity and growth in individuals.
Great Managers would probably still work there if work/life balance was better.
Project Engineer (Current Employee) – Prudhoe Bay, AK – November 4, 2015
The Majority of my career in Engineering was spent near Prudhoe Bay, Alaska at a remote camp on the arctic tundra. It was a very interesting job that brought a lot of personal growth. Worked long hours while on the job site while maintaining relations while back home in Anchorage. My favorite part of the job was my immediate supervisors. As a young engineer at the time they were amazing at helping guide and direct my talents to set both me and the company as a whole up for success. With the work to life balance being what it was I decided to take time off to pursue other ventures and travel.
Traffic Control Supervisor/CESCL (Former Employee) – Hicks Creek – January 22, 2015
responsible for 12-15 employees. management was very helpful. any questions or problems they took their time to fill your answers.lane and road closures. silt fence, waddels and judo matting installation. packed powder for blasting was the best part of this job.
pile driver (Former Employee) – Cordova, AK – August 26, 2012
cutting cleaning pier caps getting them ready to be set for the temp. bridge learned how to drive piling into the ground the hardest part was packing heavy steal and oxygen and acetyling bottles around
Journeyman carpenter. foreman, general foreman (Former Employee) – Kotzebue, Alaska – March 1, 2012
A challenging work place with room for advancement. Lots of work available at remote camp. Ideas are always welcome to produce safe and more efficient work. Commuincation is always an important factor.