Much different that a creative architectural office.
Pros: the job was totally mine, no one else in the office did what i did, i set my own priorities and got the work done, my supervisors are very satisfied with my work.
Cons: atmosphere set by company and certain individuals was not pleasant many times.
I log in submittals, RFIs (request for information), ASIs (architect's supplimental information), CCDs (construction change directive), DBEs (diversity business enterprise - minority and women owned businesses as well as small business licenses) and field reports. I also took part in creating and assembled Monthly Reports for the client as well as the company.
I am responsible for updating 7 volumes of drawings for 20 different people ranging from the Lead Superintendent, Field Superintendents, Field Engineers, Project Managers and general plan room.
I also distributed electronically and by hard copy all RFIs, ASIs, CCDs and field reports to all prime sub-contractors.
This all involved a lot of multitasking and self-starting. I liked being busy all the time. I had a few breaks inbetween updates which were enough of a rest before starting all over again.