Construction Superintendent (Former Employee) – Lafayette Hill, PA – April 19, 2016
Review the job schedule and status with the subcontractor to plan the work day. Go over the job progress with the owner, engineers and staff management. I've learned all facets of construction management including engineering, cost analysis, safety, quality control. Management supports you A good group to work with. Some days there is just not enough time to get everything done. Finishing a good project
Lead machinic (Former Employee) – Denton, Texas – June 25, 2015
The day was always busy from trying to get someone to update their logs to working on trucks and in general keeping the yard and shops up to clean and safe standards. I guess the moist enjoyment was working with the guys on location. We all kinda cut up and tried to make a hot or cold job not so miserable due to the weather. The guys was a pretty good group. And I'm going to miss seeing them. Management was okay but the jobs just wasn't coming in and it just seemed like they kinda quite caring.
I had my own truck to drive back and forth to work.
Project Accountant (Former Employee) – PA – January 16, 2013
I learned how to invoice clients monthly. The hardest part of the job was managing complaining vendors and subcontractor looking for their payment. The diversity of co-workers made it enjoyable to learn from them