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HNTB Technology
Senior Solution Engineer (Current Employee), Kansas City, MOAugust 5, 2014
Pros: plenty of oppertuntities
Fast paced and always changing and staying current in the field of technology.
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Infrastructure engineering organization in Southern California; national company. Diverse employee population growing firm.
Office Administration Manager (Former Employee), Santa Ana, CAJuly 26, 2014
Pros: employees, work independence
Cons: training availability, company culture
Very diverse employee population. Business is predicated on number of contracts obtained through government agencies. National organization with offices throughout the US.
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Lots of great engineers who want to succeed
Manager (Former Employee), Kansas City, MOJuly 16, 2014
Pros: great benefits and pay
Cons: disconnected leadership, company is struggling to achieve earnings so work environment is dog eat dog.
Great engineering company with long history. Unfortunately there has been significant turnover at the top of the organization except for the one individual at the very top who needs to go.
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Construction Technician (Current Employee), Round Rock, TXJuly 9, 2014
HNTB provides a very friendly and flexible work environment that makes going to work every day a pleasure. A typical day at work includes a lot of interacting with other team members, assisting with a variety of duties all for the purpose of delivering quality work that is on time, on budget, that is to the client's satisfaction. The most enjoyable – more... part of the job is delivering quality work to our clients. It's very rewarding! The most difficult part of the job would probably be making the decision to leave. – less
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Get experience here, then go somewhere else
Project Manager (Former Employee), Kansas City, MOJune 10, 2014
Pros: great projects
Cons: disconnected and indifferent management, hostile and unfriendly culture
Yes, their project list is impressive. That said, the utter indifference management shows its employees and the atmosphere it creates will suck the air out of your lungs, particularly if you're not a PE or in a support service. These joyless people kill spirit and initiative. Without these, what do you have? If you must work here, get the experience – more... you need, get out and get on with the rest of your life. – less
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Professional work environment
Project Controls Analyst (Current Employee), Santa Ana, CAMay 16, 2014
Pros: professional work-life and latest technology
Cons: engineering career focused
This has been a great company to work for. They are client based and dependent upon work to keep workers employed. The corporate office is less dependent upon project billing and provides more security. In the field or local office where work is generated, job security is less.
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A good place to start you career...Management not so great...
Transportation/Traffic Engineer (Former Employee), Milwaukee, WIApril 22, 2014
Worked there for 5 years and didn't enjoy it. I kept asking my supervisors for different, more rewarding work and they just kept telling me to stick it out and something will come. Company seems to care more about the money they bring in than the employees themselves. Management always seems too busy for the little guy...
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Needs better management
Engineer (Former Employee), Arlington, VAMarch 22, 2014
Some managers are good. Some managers don't deserve to be managers.
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Big projects lots of work
Structural Engineer (Former Employee), Boston, MAJanuary 25, 2014
Gained good experience through a wide variety of projects.
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They don't care about their consultants
Office Technician (Former Employee), Oakland, CANovember 15, 2013
HNTB wasn't a totally terrible company to work at, but they do not support their consultants at all in the field. I had 4 different managers in the span of 6 months.
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Great company to work for
Documentation Control Manager (Former Employee), Lehi, UTOctober 18, 2013
Enjoyed my time. I would like to have continued here. HNTB found me temporary work after the initial project I was hired for was completed but I was unable to relocate at this time. Good company.
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Upper Management is Clueless
Communications Manager (Former Employee), Kansas City, MOOctober 12, 2013
Pros: people...but they aren't there anymore
Cons: too many to mentiom
I work here for 14 years and it was once a great place to work but not anymore. Greed and Egos have taken over. Those who have not left are looking.
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Job with great potential, but maybe too strict.
Project Analyst (Current Employee), USAOctober 7, 2013
The job duties are great and present a great opportunity for self improvement and career advancement. However, there is this feeling that someone is always watching you, and that's because there is. Word will get around to your boss if you are seen on the internet even if you are just taking a quick 5 minute break to check on the news. You are paid – more... hourly so you better find something to do or prepare to explain what you did the past hour, even if it's slow. – less
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Enjoyed the work
Billing Associate II (Former Employee), Kansas City, MOOctober 2, 2013
Cons: no breaks, no communication with managment, no one to go to express concerns or problems
Very fast paced, high productivity, which I enjoyed. Management did not communicate with employees, did not care of the overload work responsibilities, did not want to listen to concerns or issues, if you did go to them with a concern they ignored you and if you were having a specific issue they just thought you were being "negative". there was no support – more... at all, So the hardest part of the job was dealing with management. – less
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Well Known Company
Design Engineer (Former Employee), Santa Ana, CAJuly 31, 2013
Pros: training sessions, diversity of employees
Good well known company to work for. Big projects to work and obtain valuable experience.
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Good company for the new engineering graduate
Staff Engineer II (Current Employee), Milwaukee, WIJune 12, 2013
The company can do a better job of making employees feel like part of a coherent team. Limited advancement for other engineering disciplines since project management geared towards traffic and transportation engineers. Yearly review process is also based on GE's forced ranking system , or differentiation curve which was designed by GE to obtain turn – more... over by getting rid of the bottom 10% theoretically, keeping the company innovative. This system seems skewed towards senior engineers having large pay increases and pits employees against one another in a pay for performance atmosphere. – less
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If you like being unvalued and ignored, here's your dream job
Corporate Business Services (Former Employee), Kansas City, MOMay 10, 2013
Pros: good projects.
Cons: "culture of respect". yeah, right.
Revolving door supervisors, no annual reviews, contempt for my discipline from management. Sullen, hostile coworkers. Cold, lonely. Not an engineer? Then you're not $#**.
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Reasonable place to work
Quality Auditor / Trainer (Former Employee), Lehi, UTApril 29, 2013
Unfortunately without a Civil Engineering background a Quality Auditor is not taken seriously.
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worked in productive and learning environment
Sr. project engineer (Former Employee), San Bernardino, CAApril 28, 2013
attend meetings and discuss project with managers.
outline tasks and discuss with associates.
manage work loads and schedule
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Great work environment
Web Engineer II (Current Employee), Kansas City, MOFebruary 18, 2013
The work environment is a great place to work. All of the fellow co-workers were always supportive and in a good mood. Management did their best to keep projects coming in. They also realized that everyone had a life outside of work.

About HNTB Corporation

HNTB knows the ABCs of A/E. The company is a pure design firm, which derives most of its revenues from architecture, engineering, – Read more

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