Working at a client location I have very little contact with NWP directly.
Other (Current Employee) – Prudhoe Bay, AK – March 29, 2016
I've worked for NWP for over a decade.. Prior to NANA WorleyParsons it was NANA Colt. It was a much different company then. Since WorleyParsons bought out Colt it has become very "Corporate" Most of the original Senior Management is no longer with the company. Current Senior Management with the exception of the only original member is for the most part more interested in the "bottom line" rather than the employees who work hard for the company.
Field Buyer/Material Specialist II (Current Employee) – Anchorage, AK – August 8, 2016
Nana Worley Parsons is a great company to work for. wonderful safety culture and open door policy with all management. the hardest part is the current status of the industry as a whole and the uncertainty that comes with it.
Lead Mechanical Estimator and Project Manager (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – February 27, 2016
A typical day at work involved performing a Total Installed Cost estimate. Manage Subcontractors and review and approve their estimates. The management was hard to reach when I had questions or complications in the execution of the work. Hard to get a hold of the proper engineers when a change order required engineering support (Short Staffed). The most enjoyable part of the job would be learning the engineering side of construction; was able to attend all drawing reviews and was able to learn what it takes to perform multiple differnt projects in almost every application.
Chief Electrical & Instrumentation Engineer (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – February 19, 2016
NANA WorleyParsons was a very intellectually challenging and personally satisfactory workplace for me. I progressed from a contract electrical engineer to the Electrical & Instrument Engineering Depart Head. My engineering colleagues were very pleasant to work with. The most enjoyable work was engineering electrical equipment and generating the material requisitions that would cause their purchase. Upper management was always affable and entertained suggestions from subordinates. It was a great company to work for.
Flexible work hours; good 401K plan; interesting projects to work on