Amec Foster Wheeler is an ideal place for one who seeks growth and development in their technical skillset. There is no limit to what you are capable of learning in order to enhance your performance on the job. If you desire a particular skill, and voice it, you will be heard and that is where I value Amec Foster Wheeler most. Management is not afraid to invest in you.
Rough Terrain Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Kings Bay, GA – June 17, 2016
This is a great company in which to work. The management is fair with all employees. The benefits they offer are some of the best I've ever received. My co-workers were always ready & willing to help, if needed.
Was a good place to work based upon co-workers and close proximity to where I lived. Typically I was left alone to complete my tasks with only minimal supervision by the leads. Lead engineers and designers knew how to help in completing tasks.
I found myself doing a lot of busy work in the office and then working long hours in the field. However there was a lot of opportunities to train you from train certifications, and taking professional career credits.
Availibility of career improvements
Long hours in the field, stressful need work to be done right away
Very poor company to work for,and is very prejudice.
Structural Foreman (Former Employee) – La Porte, TX – May 17, 2016
My experience working for Amec Foster Wheeler was another learning curve under my hat, in another sense they were the most prejudice company that I have ever worked for in my twenty plus years of experience.
The daily work is "project" driven with processes and procedures established per the client's request. Daily interaction with Project Manager with very little involvement with middle & upper level management.
Analyst (Current Employee) – Toronto – April 14, 2016
A VERY BAD management!! Horrible environment to work in. High expectations, little amount of flexibility in-terms of budget and schedule and a very poor management. The management team basically don't care about anything but to protect themselves. In-terms of learning curve you will stock in repetitive meaningless jobs with no future.
Don't fall into trap! Very poor company.
Poor management, No even work load distribution and bad environment to work in.