I really enjoyed working for CB&I slow work pase very safe i love it but was laid off
Laborer (Former Employee) – Aiken, SC – October 9, 2017
Very safe work place I learned a lot by fire watching for the iron workers for 3 months I fired watch for the same craft .working with them was a great experience i would love to go back i also enjoyed doing house keeping also
Poorly Managed - Would not be surprised if they shut down soon
Buyer (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – October 9, 2017
Management has less experience than most employees, but not willing to learn or understand industry. No raises or Annual Increases. Management shows favoritism. Uncomfortable working environment. Management will not provide priority list - quick to put employee at fault. Employees faulted for providing ethical concerns.
Project Management Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Waynesboro, GA – October 6, 2017
We were a family, we worked liked a well oiled machine and were focused on production and success of each other in our roles. Each individual had a clear cut job role and were given plenty of support for completion of your role.
Administrative Assistant Lead (Former Employee) – La Porte, TX – October 5, 2017
Management changed about 4 months after I began my job. The new management came in firing everyone so he could replace with his own people. Not Good at informing others of work expectations, responsibilities or projections. Lacking in respect for women. Did not Communicate with me as his immediate Administrative Assistant. Allowed certain people to work using Drugs and alcohol. Promoted racial environment publicly.
We did a safety tail gate everyday How to be more safety minded About half of the foremans knew what they were doing Good work culture Working that did not know what they were doing and having to deal with them Some of the people that you meet
Safety stand downs when the weather got too hot or because of lighting
Principal I&C Designer (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – October 3, 2017
CB&I has a very strong safety culture with notices of injuries or near misses conveyed to all employees when an incident occurs. Coworkers are friendly and willing to help when a problem happens or deadline is fast approaching. Department managers support a "family first" priority which is a welcome change from most companies.
Rodbuster (Former Employee) – Lake Charles, LA – October 2, 2017
Was good to know other trades other than just be a rodbuster. Got certified threw the company an was good to meet new coworkers. Liked the work. Was able to learn more of other trades when we weren't busy an was a good experience.