Mid-State Consultants Employee Reviews in United States

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Get to meet and work with multiple clients
Field Engineer/Inspector (Former Employee) –  Honolulu, HIOctober 10, 2013
Perform daily construction inspections at different job sites. Provide daily red line log sheets and send to project manager/area manager via emails. Constant phone conversations with construction workers, clients, project manager and area manager. Daily email updates from each projects via emails.
To work independently with minimum to no supervision. As a field engineer I had the opportunity and experience in staking, supervision and inspection of construction, and acceptance testing.
Well and easy to work with and always willing to help each other.
I enjoyed meeting new clients and able to see each project from development stage to complete
Pros
work both indoors/outdoors, meeting and working with different clients
Cons
limited job security
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Well managed company. Providing a unparalleled service to large companies.
Training Development Manager (Former Employee) –  Lennon, MISeptember 17, 2013
Assign daily tasks, oversee outside plant conditioning, inspect terminals to engineering specs, provide quality control, performance reviews. Blueprint schematic readings to ensure lines paired and bonded properly.
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Telecommunication consulting firm, very positive attitude and freindly
Right of Way Agent (Current Employee) –  Nephi, UTMay 18, 2013
7-3:30 M-F. My sole responsability is to obtain permitting for the placement of telecommunication facilities.

I have learned the business through city, county, state and federal permitting processes.

Very good management to work for and co-workers are there to help as well.

Hardest part of job is waiting for an action by another entity to reply to my submittals.

Again, receiving permits so that construction crews can now go to the field and build projects.
Pros
weekends off while in the office
Cons
short lunch breaks
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3.8
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3.3
Compensation/Benefits
3.7
Job Security/Advancement
2.0
Management
3.0
Culture
3.7

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