Limited communications, made the best of a difficult situation
Civil Construction Superintendent (Current Employee) – Farmington, NM – July 20, 2016
Typical day consisted of directing craft folks to repair emergent power plant issues for client and supporting unexpected unit outages as required along with staffing manpower for week to week project work. Co-workers supported each other to complete tasks. The most enjoyable part was meeting and getting to know the craft personnel while working on the Navajo Reservation.
Very critical and high pressure job. being a Nuclear Project
QC Foreman/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Lake Charles, LA – June 16, 2016
Typical day was reviewing WPS's, PIS's,. Overall dimensions, Procedures, Job Site Procedures. Meetings with clients on their products. Certifying Inspectors.Welding Inspection. Gained more knowledge of all Specifications ASME,AWS, B31.1D1.6, B31.3, D1.1, Everyone there was great to work with. Get the vendors to understand how important it was for them to get it correct the first time. When we as a company were able to meet the deadlines give to us by our client.
Provided us the chance to gain more certifications
Was there for 6 years and was looking to retire from a company like that.
Nuclear coatings applicator (Former Employee) – Lake Charles, LA – June 2, 2016
busy work days in the coatings department.I was certified in nuclear coatings application.Management were fairly easy to work with.good co-workers except for a few that did not work as team members.the hardest part of the job was to meet inspection expextations due to written procedures.
paid for lunch break on night shift.
working in the heat with all the coatings safety apperal requied.
Scheduler II (Current Employee) – Lake Charles, LA – May 25, 2016
Typical work day is pretty routine, I have learned alot about Primavera P6 and welded plate structures, Management is professional for the most part but sometimes lacks accountability enforcement. My peers, for the most part, try to get the job done and overcome hurtles on a daily basis but sometime lack of support from adjacent department making it difficult at times. Communication is a must. The hardest part of the job is gathering information from supporting departments. The most enjoyable part of the job is when everyone comes together and gets the job done.
Good pay, Weekends off, reasonable work hours, nice facility
lack of communication between supporting departments
I have been with this company several times over the years, and the pay is always one of the lowest in the area for the job that we do. this company also has a very good safety program but has major issues communicating their policies down to the field. In many cases I have witnessed these cases. The field management is lacking in certain areas but they are good guys just need some guidance into the right direction.
Skilled mechanical designer with muultiple design skills.
Smartpland SPPID designrt (Former Employee) – Canton, MA – May 10, 2016
I am a enthusiastic worker who enjoy working with people. Over the years I have learned multiple design cad skills and to work multiple projects. I work well with management and I have coordinated work between management and other designers. The hardest part of my joy is not being productive. I enjoy using my design skills to complete my part of the project to make job a success.
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.
Civil Planner (Current Employee) – Eureka, CA – May 18, 2016
Being on projects only, and 2 at that, they are too large to rate overall. But have been impressed with ethics and safety culture. Benefits are fair and normal, pay for nuclear work is average for this industry. Our decommissioning team here has been cohesive and very well melded. Hope to work with them on another D & D project.
I worked at this site for 3 yrs as a combo welder and never wielded one piece of pipe. Put my health and life on the line every day just for them to can me for no good reason. I recommend this site to any one with a weak mind and a strong back. Cause that is all that is required.
None yet (Former Employee) – Lake Charles Louisana – May 20, 2016
As relocated Floridians we feel we are getting the run around to be hired. My husband has 26 years experience as a concrete finisher and is being told for the past 2 weeks they have nothing for him but job postings and people that was hired says otherwise.
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.
very productive place to work , room for advacements
Pipefitter (Former Employee) – Markham, TX – July 22, 2016
was able to work with people that was willing to teach the trade, stayed busy daily , co-workers were very helpful as team work, foreman was very helpful and professional .the hardest part of the job was dealing with the heat in the summer time
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.
Lead Scheduler in District (Former Employee) – Goodyear, Az – February 12, 2016
Nuclear moved Fossil out due to loss of contract @ Palo Verde Nuclear Power Station. Great conditions in Fossil; pressure to complete estimates and schedules was exhilarating. Gratification were given when great jobs were completed. Corrective measures we not overlooked; amendments were recognized as well.
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.
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.
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.