A typical work day would consist of general clean up to an array of task they have already layed out for the crew.Thee was no real structure in being a laborer other than the set scheduled. What i've learned from KBR is an array of skills I can take anywhere, i've worked with operators, pipe fitters , carpenters, concrete finishers, not to mention i also know how to use a small roller and a jumping jack for compaction. The pipe fitters as well have taught me how to torque flang bolts how to read some isometrics .The hardest part of the job i would have to say is the way the day layed out for us laborers , due to the fact that any moment we could have been ripped from one task to the next without even finishing the task at hand.
The most enjoyable part of the job is working with the pipe fitters , because i'm genuinely interested in learning the craft , that and they have taught me the most out of anyone on the job site.
structure in you're life, competive pay, nice mangment
no advancement for rolling over into a different department