Was treated great working as superintendent. Very well payed and respected.
Superintendent (Former Employee) – Stratton, OH – August 6, 2017
I gained alot for experience while doing this job. The men and women worked very well for me. We had 0 injuries in the 9 months i held the position. Would still be doing this job but lack of work and my lower seniority is the reason i am not. Everyone enjoyed working for me. Always finished the projects on time and and injury free. I really take alot of pride in everything i do. Safety and quality are my top priorities. I always got the most out of my employees because they were happy and treated very well.
Administrative Assistant/Payroll/Accounts Payable (Former Employee) – Calvert City, KY – October 21, 2016
The office I worked at was all right. I wouldn't work there again as a non-union employee. The corporate office lacks communication with remote sites and makes no effort to find out what is occurring with the contracts that they hold. They don't even know where some of their contracts can be located. Very poor management on the corporate level.
Purchasing, Invoices, Data Entry (Former Employee) – Bridgeville, PA – July 5, 2014
Invoicing and purchasing. I was given an excessive work load with the responsibility of added on payroll. Had worked with some of the main office managers at least 25 years ago and they seemed to not change or learn over the many years.
Union Boilermaker (Former Employee) – Winfield, WV – May 8, 2013
1. The typical day at work was rigging on a burners tips 2. I have learned about safety procedures of the rigging. 3. Management procedures was very helpful. 4. The hardest part of the job is was flying material in the burner tips 5. The most enjoyble part of the job is no got hurt and there safety
Field Safety Manager (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – September 1, 2012
Probably one of the worst privately owned industrial contractors' to work for. Presidents and Vice Presidents aren't concerned with safety, but only production and a dollar amount. The safety director is an outstanding individual but has his hands tied by upper management within the company. Would not reccomend applying for a safety position with them unless you want to be used as a scape goat if something goes wrong on a project.
boilermaker journeyman (Current Employee) – cincinnati – April 9, 2012
one of the best union contractors to work for a+...typical day included receiving assignment location and duties. Management was fair to employess and knowledgable in their duties. Co workers were well trained and experienced. Hardest part of job was the confined and restricting areas to do actual welding. Most enjoyable part of job was the hours, pay and overtime available.