Senior Heavy Equipment Operator/Finish Operator (Current Employee) – Raleigh, NC – October 16, 2017
Most of Management has good team values, and that echoes throughout the work force. The insurance is really great. The Management puts a out an effort to show support to the work force during the year with cook outs.
Document Control Manager (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – September 8, 2017
Company does not treat its employees fairly, this company is disorganized and does not manage its records. Senior Management tends to have head in the sand of what is going on and is disconnected. Staff from Spain is treated better than US employees working under same leadership, there is a lot of back stabbing and power playing in the company.
JSO and CSO and FHP (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – August 30, 2016
time was short job was coming to a close. management was knowledgeable and hard working able to complete most tasks with efficiency. A lot of driving on site hope to be able to work for them on the next job.
GERENTE DE OBRA (Former Employee) – Toledo – August 7, 2016
La politica de la empresa es distinta al ser una macro empresa (mayor empresa constructora de españa). Cuenta con departamentos tecnicos (planificacion, costos, solucion a problemas tecnicos, asesoria juridica, compras, etc...) Muy avanzados.
Laborer (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 26, 2016
Great pay, but long shifts. Manual labor does a lot of damage to the body. Culture was something else, though. Everyone was a friend and a part of the family, as long as you worked as hard as you could.
LEAD MINER (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 11, 2014
Working for DJJV was a learning experience and the start of a new career as an underground miner. This allowed me to become a member of the NY Local 147 Sandhog Union and gain experience working with one of a kind operations as "DaMite (Rock Spitting Mortar Mix), Raised Bore Drilling, Jacklegging, Load/Blast Operations and Shotcrete" Management was very hands on in dealing with Safety, Production and Quality issues . Hardest part of the job were the early conditions we had to face where logistics created unforseen problems but the sense of accomplishment upon assisting in building a part of history.
Christmas Lunch, Safety Incentives, Monthly Safety Luncheons, Free First Aid Training, Uniforms and Boots, Vacation package
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Florida – March 1, 2012
Great pay and fair benefits. A possible cultural shock with the parent company and senior management, which prevent this company (with huge human and financial potential) from becoming the best work place.