Roofer/Laborer (Former Employee) – Scranton, PA – October 26, 2013
I would start the day off by figuring how much of everything I needed with basic math. Then go ahead and get putting my body and mind to work under pressure. Very labor intensive job and very team oriented. Working well with co-workers is a must in this profession. Especially, while 80 ft. in the air, on a roof for 9-10 hours in 95 degree heat. Defiantly a hard job but teaches you patients and how to be calm in tough places. All in all it was a fun job.
General Contractor (Current Employee) – Miami, FL – November 17, 2017
At this job I started as a laborer and finished as a superintendent. I was involved in both commercial and residential. It was a great place to work. The workplace culture was great there were not any egos to contend.A typical day would start at 8:00 to 5:00pm. The hardest part of the job was working after hours. The most enjoyable was the job itself. I enjoy the construction industryt