Excellent work environment, great coworkers and subs. Everyone is very professional.
Pros: 4 day work week, front seat for rocket launches, occasional free lunches
Cons: not many if any, it was a very enjoyable job and position
A typical day of work would involve getting to the job site early and getting the game plan together for the days work. Making sure the subcontractors showed up on time, knew what and where they would be working that day, coordinating with facility managers about working in different sections of their buildings, and informing the project manager of the progress being made.
I learned better organizational and communication skills while working on their projects. And I learned a whole lot about energy conservation and the motion sensor lighting project.
The boss was very nice and the Project Manager that I worked under was one of the best persons I my ever meet. Everyone from the top down carried themselves in a professional manner and that even includes the subcontractors in which they hire.
The hardest part of the job was just trying to stay ahead of the work being done and documenting the locations of the thousands of sensors and switches that were installed.
The most enjoyable part of the job was getting to know all the facility managers personally and working with them to find out each buildings individual needs and making that happen.