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Average construction company on safety and loss control
Safety Manager (Former Employee), Chantilly, VAApril 21, 2015
Large company which sometimes gets lost in the overwhelming bureaucracy of its own structure. Unfortunately recruits a large number of non-seasoned safety and loss control personnel for site positions.
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challenging and a fun place to work
Office Engineer (Current Employee), Washington, DCOctober 4, 2014
Pros: a lot of education, good atmosphere, a lot of challenge.
Cons: sometimes you can find people with very low education
It is a nice place to work and the co-works are very friendly.
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Great Company
Officer (Former Employee), Fort Irwin, CASeptember 3, 2014
Pros: good work area
Cons: a way from home
Great Team Support
Good Benefits
Good Work Environment
Good workers support
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Positive corporate work environment with open door policy
Project Engineer (Former Employee), Fort Irwin, CAJuly 28, 2012
This company has many positive qualities:
-Work incentives
-Open door policy
-Good training programs
-Good Benefits
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Progressive place to work.
Superintendent (Former Employee), Wash.D.C.May 7, 2012
Pros: great office support.
Cons: too many chiefs. not enough indians.
Great Project Manager support. Took Company sponsered classes. No micro-management. Co-workers were great. The worst part of the job was getting through all the traffic around D.C.