Carpenter's Helper (Former Employee) – Miami-Dade County, FL – January 17, 2017
Working here was a excellent oppurtunty for me to learn the healthcare trade in construction and excellemt enviroment with a top notch company I have nothing but high praise for them...My coworkers was great they provide u with a stable and safe enviroment to concentrate fully on the job at hand..
The co-workers that I had the pleasure of working with are great people and it was enjoyable coming to work everyday because of them. I learned that waiting too long to take action when there are negative issues in the planned schedule is a recipe for losing your budget. I arrived when changes were finally made and fought an uphill battle the remainder of the project. I absolutely love what I do but due to the project being behind, there was a lot of overtime worked and not much of a personal life.
Oppurtunity to grow with a young and upcoming company
Poor Benefits, Commecial way of doing business in an industrial setting
project lead (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – June 22, 2016
This has to be one of my favorite jobs. Great group of people with many talents. We were successful. We all worked together very well. I've learned that communication is key for everyone to be on the same page.
The work was okay, the usual for the construction work that I do. I would work with the company again if given the opportunity.
Pipe Fitter Helper III (Former Employee) – Mulberry, FL – April 30, 2016
I appreciated the company until they laid me off. I was told the job would be about 5 months for my position. At just over 2 months they laid me off with several others, then the same job that I had been working kept being on their website as available, but I was not considered for it.
Job site Assistant (Current Employee) – Fort Bragg, NC – October 27, 2015
There's never a dull day at the jobsite. Always plenty to do but as long as you work at a steady pace you won't get overwhelmed. Management is very fair and understanding with any concerns you may have. Safety is a huge thing so whatever concerns arise, it will never be overlooked. The company gives back once a month by sponsoring what they call a "safety lunch" when they buy lunch for all employees and talk about safety as a reminder to how important it is to everybody.