CFO/Owner (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – December 7, 2017
work day was reasonable; learned about the industry highly motivated management the culture was fun and collaborative the travel was hard working with great people overall it was very exciting and fun place to work.
Director (Former Employee) – National – September 17, 2017
Manager had a certain way that they wanted to do things, and if you differentiated from them they gave you a hard time. job description was poor, and there was absolutely no job training whatsoever. expectations were only set after a lengthy time of being "thrown" into the fire
I worked in the company for a couple months. My project manager was grear! However, the human resources office, and the big boss were quite strict (as they need to be). I worked 7 days a week, 10 hours a day. I had no life.
Working and becoming a team , member all pushing for the same goal
Sr.Superintendent (Former Employee) – all with in U>S – September 21, 2015
Typical day consist daily cooridination activies and meetings with the the other superentendent's and sub contractors Ckecking progress of your subs and define any issue's bholding upactivies The hardest part of job is keeping up production and recieving all info to keep pace of job The enjoyable part is brings job home timely and profitable
Sr. Project Manager (Current Employee) – Guam, USA – August 24, 2015
Very challenging working on a remote island (Guam). Longer lead times, resource challenges getting capable craftsmen and PE's. Excellent experience however working with a good cross section of cultures and methods of the region. The company overall (dck Worldwide) ended up selling this division in an attempt to downsize during the overall corporate restructuring.