Warehouseman/Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Lake Charles, LA – April 25, 2016
good people but lots of turnarounds, never do what they say, keep loosing bids on jobs, laying off people that work and keeping ones that don't. some foreman's and supervisors don't know what the people they manage do.
LDAR Technician (Former Employee) – Corpus Christi, TX – April 7, 2016
Pay is good. Need to be very honest and have good work ethics. Foreman and supervisors have very poor attitudes and rather see you leave than coach. Very high turn around for this job. Average job span is from 3 months to a year.
General Laborer (Former Employee) – Russellville, AR – March 25, 2016
Would like to go back to an outage but none are going on in this area at this present time. It was a busy job most of the time but sometimes some downtime waiting. Really liked working with everyone there. Can't wait to go back.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER 1 (Current Employee) – Waynesboro, GA – March 14, 2016
A good overall company with many doors for opportunity. They are stretching the boundaries of what they are known for by increasing their job/project portfolio. It comes with its difficulties like any job, especially when you are a site engineer, but I have enjoyed my time and gained experience, thus far.
Procedure Writer (Former Employee) – Lake Charles, LA – March 10, 2016
Never before had I worked at a place with such a great group of people; everyone is warm, friendly, and understanding. While these are wonderful qualities to find in one's co-workers, there is the matter of how it affects your work and your career. There wasn't a scale for quality, but rather a standard of "good enough." Advancement is rare. There are not clear goals laid out for those wishing to advance their career. Further, even if those goals were met, there is the matter of it meaning anything to upper management. Communication between departments and levels of management have been a reoccurring problem since the company opened their doors.
Combo Welder (Current Employee) – Lake Charles, LA – March 5, 2016
I like the people I work with out here, the opportunities to gain more welding experience and certifications are definitely a great thing for this company to offer and I am glad to take advantage of them.
Main Contractor (CB&I) Instrumentation Coordinator (Former Employee) – Cartagena, FL – February 29, 2016
My typical day at work:
1. Meeting on morning with my two Workforces. Contrator workforce: 40 Peoples. CB&I Workforce: 4 peoples.
2. Distribution of the Work orders and pending. 3. Monitoring activities. (Workforce managment) and help to the Workforce (assembly equipment, precommissioning, commissioning and Start-Up). 4. Reports.
The hardest part of the job was: Jobsite Temperature. (+40 °C)
The most enjoyable part of the job: Ethical and positve work enviorement.