Saulsbury is known as an Electrical contractor and has difficullty with Mechanical.
Mechanical Superintendent III (Former Employee) – Channelview, TX – October 30, 2017
Poorly managed, project was being constructed from the top down / Low pay with no per diem to direct hire employees /Job was a pig sty when rain came / Scheduler very inexperienced / Had to plead for a work front and scaffolding / no room for fabrication due to poorly placed office structure and lunch facility.
Management was awesome. The hardest part of the job was to keep up with the changes in Benefits software that was new to the organization. continuous updates as we discovered what was missing in the software.
Apprentice (Former Employee) – Odessa, TX – September 20, 2017
You tend to spend most of your time working in the field so you get close with the people who work their. The supervisors are very understanding if you have emergency leaves but reasonable ones as well.
Most tools are provided and plenty of water is provided.
It was a short contract job (approx 4 months) and the job was in North Dakota. Started in the warehouse dept and then moved to the tool room. I have worked in several parts of the USA and different parts of the world but I have never been as cold as I was in North Dakota. Interesting and challenging place to work and I would definitely go back go back;
Good Place to work at. had fun and a great learning experience. the management was good and it was good work culture. Hardest part was the break or days off after days of overtime. The weather and the experience.
Journeyman Electrician (Former Employee) – La Porte, TX – June 27, 2017
The day begins with a security meeting, then we are rewarded with the work of the day. We go to the workplace and inspect, then we make a list of materials to use, if we have any inconvenience the supervisors are ready to help.