Document Control Specialist (Former Employee) – Richmond, Va – November 7, 2017
The work was very stressful, training was impossible, you had to learn as you go. It was a great company to work for before they were sold. Infilco was bought by SUZA and moved 90% of the company to New Jersey
Internship (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – February 21, 2017
Infilco- Degremont was a very enjoyable place to intern. All the engineers were very educated and professional. The management was great, and everyone worked in a very accurate manner, and always met deadlines.
Pilot Plant Engineer (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – June 1, 2015
If you like to travel, alone, then this job is for you. Compensation and benefits are outstanding. Unfortunately, this job will require you to travel, on average, 3 to 4 weeks at a time. While travelling you will likely not have a single day off and will be living out of a hotel. Management and organization of the company is just shy of outstanding... there is/was a large disconnect between the main office and those of us travelling for a living.
Accounts Payable Coordinator (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – January 15, 2014
Very fast pace of performing daily tasks with different areas of the business. Being able to manage your time both effectively and wisely. Every day is different so you never know where the next fire is coming from. Able to wear many hats when called upon.
Sen. Mech. Designer (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – July 29, 2013
Producing complex technical drawings and bills of material for fabrication of water and wastewater clarification and treatment equipment from customer’s contract plans and specifications and from written or verbal instruction from engineers; Developing parametric designs and bills of material for fabrication of water and wastewater clarification and treatment equipment using “SolidWorks” solids modeling software.
SUPERVISING ENGINEER (Current Employee) – Toronto, Canada and Cleveland, Ohio – July 18, 2013
I enjoyed working with my peers in this company and the overtime that was given to me well exceeded my expectations. They fostered an enviroment where you needed to teach yourself about the job and take initiative to help. All of my supervisors and peers were nice but, there was no chance for advancement in my role. As a contractor I assumed the risk of time off without pay and there has been an excess amount of that lately.
Overtime, atmosphere, personnel
unpaid vacations and lack of advancement opportunities