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Great company of team players.
Facilities Maintenance Worker (Former Employee), Portland, ORDecember 21, 2013
This is a great company to work for. Work is regular 40 hours a week, m-f. The management support team is on top of there game. They usually have things figured out before you have questions. Prompt to answer you email questions.
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hard work doesn't always equate to advancement
PM (Former Employee), Salem/PortlandJanuary 31, 2013
Pros: work-life- balance philosophy
Cons: no advancement opportunities - mediocre benefits
If you look for a good place to work, around great people, with very little or no advancement opportunities. David Evans is the company for you.
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Great place to work.
SENIOR ENGINEER - Temp (Former Employee), Denver, CONovember 16, 2012
Pros: many free lunches, bagels every monday morning
Cons: limited job site visits, no consistent marketing.
Co-workers were outgoing and friendly. Management had employee career in mind, but was short on training opportunities. There existed inter-office cooperation for the most part. Hardest part was leaving doe to no work. Most enjoyable part of the job was getting new challanges.
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Very productive and rewarding workplace
Salem, OR (Former Employee), Bridge Design TechnicianNovember 9, 2011
Pros: free catered lunches, friday breakfasts, unlimited soda and coffee, free professional development classes
Cons: you'll gain weight if you don't watch yourself
The personnel at DEA's Salem bridge design office know how to get the job done and still have a good time. Often, you get to see the results of your work spanning a river or a freeway overpass, which gives a great sense of accomplishment. The management expects that everyone will behave professionally and will do what needs to be done, and as a result, engineers and technicians get a lot of flexibility in determining their personal work schedule.