Owner (Current Employee) – Parsippany, NJ – May 13, 2016
Reliable, quality-focused all types of construction seeking a full-time position in the industry. Offer hands-on building and remodeling skills gained through experience in home remodeling. Strong knowledge of residential construction and remodeling techniques, tools, equipment and materials.
Field Office Manager (Former Employee) – Buford, GA – October 30, 2015
Typical day was entering payroll, working on accounts payable, AIA documents, document control, answering to project managers, engineers and employees. I enjoyed all the people I worked with at this company.
Lead Mechanical (Former Employee) – Conway AR – July 22, 2015
They Treat Everyone with disrespect. They do not care if job is safe for employees, only care if it is getting done. I watched them fire a estimate of 400 people, mostly things that were managements fault. Management takes no responsibility for their mistakes. In general everyone is below them.
Productive work environment with high regards towards safety.
Safety Specialist (Current Employee) – Curtis Bay, MD – June 27, 2015
PC Construction safety department is ever growing and ever changing. The safety specialists have the backing of the president and executives of the company, allowing safety to be a priority on the jobsite.
Field Engineer (Former Employee) – Va.Beach, Va. – December 28, 2012
A typical day was very busy, always many tasks to complete. Learned management, planing, and many other jobs. The management was real good to work for, tough but fair and changed on each project. I liked most of my co-workers. There were some i did not see eye to eye with but for the most part, i got along with all of them. The hardest part was starting a new project. Having to start over and learn what the customer wants and what the architect designed. The most enjoyable part was in the middle of a project when everyone learned each other and worked well together. When i got to work with co-workers on more than one project we worked really good and got jobs done a lot faster than when working with someone for the first time.
fork lift and heavy equpiment operator (Former Employee) – Atlanta Ga. – May 27, 2012
I worked for this company for many years. I received numerious safety awards. When my wife passed away they attened the funeral and I would love to work for this company again. They moved their Atlanta office and that point I could not go. I would be willing to travel to any area to work with them again,
Pizzagalli was divided in 2 divissions. Civil/ Structural and Mechanical Industrial construction company
Boiler Erector/ Piping/General Foreman (Former Employee) – Loring Air Force Base, Limestone, ME – May 24, 2012
A typical day working on An industrial project as a General foreman was gathering all foreman and crews and reviewing all task to be performed from Safety piont of view, any concerns, special materials os PPE required then go to work constructing. Everyone would learn the multitude of information, techneces from engineered drawings and other co-workers with past expierences of performing the same type work. Everyday you would go throught work completeing more task and maybe from a diferent page from the engineered plans keeping all your foremans crews working safely and productive. And then you finish and you can look back and admire the product of all your hard work.
Carpenter (Former Employee) – South Burlington, VT – March 17, 2014
Physical job, one break a day,10 hour work days. I learned all aspects of building a waste water treatment plant. Management & co-workers were nice. Hardest part of job was heavy lifting. Lunch break because it was the only break beside bathroom breaks.
Solid management, great benefits and treats employees well
Lead Heavy Equipment Operator (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 9, 2013
I've worked very hard to become an expert at what I do, and if it weren't for job relocation I would not be considering employment elsewhere. PC has been extremely good to me and I'm loyal in return, but prefer not to relocate.