Rigger/Ironworker (Current Employee) – Hackberry, LA – June 25, 2017
Lots of employees onsite who have no clue what is going on. I fell they hired just anyone just to meet a man quota. It is a good job at times though. Lot of work to be done and you could learn alot if you are willing to.
Carpenter Helper (Former Employee) – Sulphur, LA – June 24, 2017
It was an ok job the site in Hackberry was disorganized. It seemed like there were different rules everyday. Safety was an issue as a lot of employees had near misses. A few incidents where there were injuries. The management seemed to be a problem. If you are not a foreman you have to ride a bus to the site this can take 2 extra hours and you aren't compensated. There is constant talk of lay offs. Advancement in the company is very possible and there are many opportunities to relocate. The benefits they offer are great. The health insurance is average but the savings plan is great. When I was there e worked 10 hour days and sometimes 7 days a week. You are always off on holidays. There are times Wynn you work 12 hours a day. There are numerous safety meetings. The pay is great if you can get per diem buy only if you live 60 miles away from the site. You are judged by your work performance every 90 days.
Light Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Hackberry, LA – June 19, 2017
My review about this company is that they are very very unorganized. A typical day was a hurry to sit and wait kind of day. I learned to drive equipment. The hardest part was the heat and the uncertainty of the job schedule
Option to move up quickly
short breaks, short notices when we have to work, no life outside of work
ERP Support Analyst (Former Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – June 19, 2017
The work culture was lacking. The people were pretty much all from the exact same place and weren't used to anyone outside of that bubble. The HR seriously needs to introduce some diversity and culture sensitivity training, I'm pretty sure I heard sexist, homophobic and racial remarks thrown casually around the office daily and nobody batted an eye. I did not feel comfortable there at all. I always felt I was going to lose my job because I wasn't one of the good ole boys. Way too many over paid, under worked employees who dodge work and pass the buck.
Nice office by the lake
The Woodlands, No Diversity, Poor communication from management, cut throat
The jobs that I work with CB& I on was pretty good
Pipefitter (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – June 16, 2017
My last job with CB&I was at Tomekco in Gesimsr, La. It was a pretty good shut down but it didn't last long. The work experience was pretty good and some of the people were nice. Just wish that I can work for them more often
COMBO PIPE WELDER (Former Employee) – Lake Charles, LA – June 14, 2017
Overall it was a great place to work. However it did have some cons which were the main reason that I left. The pros were the money was great and the work atmosphere. The cons were the management aspect of it. Anytime the crew I worked on started to get on a job we were pulled off to pick up trash in and around the module.
Carpenter (Former Employee) – Hackberry, LA – June 13, 2017
Was a balanced place to work. Very safe work environment that looks after its employees. Just got tired of working the night shift. The yard could have been a little better organized. And sometimes was hard finding material just to complete the job task.
Area Warehouse Supervisor (Current Employee) – La Porte, TX – June 13, 2017
A diverse work group of people from around the world coming together to build and maintain large petroleum and chemical factories and refineries. It's hard work at times, but most are ready to take it on. Safety is number one.
A good company to work for like any company has a decent amount of attrition. Has Fridays half days which is not very good. Has one of the best benefits from Sick Days point of view - there is on limit to the number days you can be gone.