Construction Superintendent (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – March 8, 2016
Kelley stole me away from another company and just two months later laid me off "Due To The Lack Of Work". Now they are rehiring for the same position they laid me off from. These people are a joke! Joe Kelley won't even acknowledge you if you try and contact him. BEWARE OF THIS COMPANY! THEY WILL TELL YOU ANYTHING TO GET WHAT THEY WANT, MAKE SURE YOU GET IT IN WRITING. GOOD LUCK!
You will get a paycheck.
They will throw you away without notice, no loyalty.
I worked for Kelley Constitution for about 6 months, and I should have left sooner. There are some good guys working there, however for the most part the management is extremely unqualified. I would be sent to a job for a few days then sent to another job for a week, and then sent home for 3 weeks. It would take 2 or 3 months to get reimbursement for gas or anything that I paid for. Also they MAKE two guys room together, no matter what, and most of their workers are drunks. Kelley Constitution is the laughing stock of the petroleum industry.
Summer job as laborer (Former Employee) – Englewood, TN – February 21, 2013
I thoroughly enjoyed working with Kelley Construction. It was my grandfathers company so he gave me a great deal of responsibility while I was there. It taught me a lot about effective management along with great life skills. The hardest part of the job for me was the intense heat on some days when it was in the high 90s.
Owner/Contractor (Former Employee) – Blue Springs, MO – December 14, 2012
I do well in cold calling. I learned how to consult with clients in the positive of ways. I work well with Management. I am a team player. The hardest part: was bid situations. I enjoyed the presentations that I did, working with AutoCAD programs.