TOOL CRIB MANAGER (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – April 17, 2017
get to work early set up the coffee pot.. drink coffee with co-workers chat for a little bid. walk to my work check things around.. like tool carts been returned with used tools for job done, look for any notes about tool change broken tools etc. I learned in kesytone eng. CNC tool cutter grinding. management was kind of tough they were learning a lot about the business. hardest part of the job was to make management understand about new tools available in the market different tools with different coatings shrink fit machine and holders. the most enjoyable part was every was friendly.
the owner has a great hearth he understood every needs and he try to help every body
Machinist (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – October 5, 2017
Hot dirty rat excrement everywhere, mgmt is indifferent and unorganized. The culture is cut throat, gossiping, back stabbing, bully employees. No matter how hard a person works, they are critical and unappreciative.Unsafe working conditions, dangerously bad area full of thugs,women of the night and drug addicts roaming around. Worst job ever! NOT one thing enjoyable.
Sr. CAD Drafter (Former Employee) – Lafayette, LA – September 26, 2017
Its and nice company to work for. The management is good as well. The work is fun civil design. But I'm look to be working in Lafayette or closer to home. I drive 84 miles a day. I love my job but being in town would be a lot more convent.
Senior Project Manager (Contractor) (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – December 14, 2016
Like other engineering companies in Louisiana, Keystone is subject to swings of the oil industry. When oil is up Keystone is booming when oil is down, you hope to keep billable, If you understand that going in you'll never be disappointed or surprised.
Small engineering company heavily based in Oil & Gas
Mechanical Engineering Intern (Former Employee) – Metairie, LA – October 24, 2016
Keystone Engineering Inc. is an awesome company to work for! I loved the professional atmosphere as well as the knowledgeable engineers. When oil and gas prices stabilize again, I will most defiantly be looking to work for them again.
Machinist (Former Employee) – Engle, TX – June 24, 2016
Worked as a CNC (Computer Numerical Control) operator machining fiber glass components for the oil and gas industry. Duties included daily maintenance of machines i.e. greasing the ways, tail stock and acme screw. Periodically while parts are running check to see if measurements conform to set tolerances on diagram sheet (if off make corrections). Safety and house keeping persuaders were practiced such as using a buddy system to lift boxes or trash over a cretin weight to prevent back injury and clean any coolant spilt on the floor and to keep all walkways clean of obstructions to help ensure an accident free environment.
Employee (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – June 18, 2015
The day passes by slow sometimes while working. I had learned to make petroleum pipes. The supervisor is very cool but the owner is not fair with the salary. My coworkers are fun. Everything is easy in these job.
General Manager and Quality Manager (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 11, 2013
review jobs being run each morning, checking progress until completion. No one to learn from, answered directly to Owner of company. some co-workers were skilled, some were trainees. Hardest part was getting all the departments to work together. Satisfaction came when seeing a job completed and shipped correctly and on time.
Receptionist/Drafter (Former Employee) – Lafayette, LA – March 10, 2013
A typical day of work consisted of helping out with projects and keeping up with time and expenses. I did drafting designs for Electrical Engineers, Civil Engineers, and Pipe designers. My co-workers were very helpful and open to any questions. The hardest part of my job was completing my task in a timely manor, not because I couldn't handle the case load, I was sill in school and was limited to time. The most enjoyable part of my job was seeing the completion of my work (Finished product).
I work morning shifts from 6am-330pm. My duties where to take mandrels out of the oven and put raw mandrels in the oven. Move boxes and pallets, clean my saw machine, and cut different types of mandrels with the saw machine. Sometimes I'll paint mandrels cones such as 340 438s and etc. I learn many things from this company and experience different peoples from different background which I think is a good thing to learn from, because I feel I can work with anybody with more confidences and I can get along with anybody.