cooprative and good coordination between disciplines
Designer II (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – September 29, 2017
The work day was full and well planed with daily morning discipline meetings so everyone knew what was expected of them and to make sure we were on track.
I learned Navisworks and improved my AutoCAD MEP skills while working there.
Management was excellent. They took a personal interest in their subordinates well being and made every effort to make sure the required information was made available so we could complete our assigned tasks on time. My direct manager made me feel that my extra efforts were appreciated and not expected, a very nice touch.
The culture from my perspective as a contract employee was one of cooperation between disciplines devoid of office politics and a stress free schedule to make dead lines.
The hardest part of the job was being away from home for a week at a time since I was an out of town contractor. But that was easily overlooked because of the work place environment, the work itself, which I really enjoyed, the people I worked with, the knowledge I gained and of course the compensation.
Things like taco Tuesday and lunches provide at coordination meetings
non of any significance