Had a good repore with the foermen and was able to hit the casinos
Construction Worker (Former Employee) – Central City, CO – July 13, 2016
Every day was something different form pouring floors to walls columns etc..got along with all of my coworkers, learned that everybody's opinion is worth taking into consideration. The hardest part of the job was working in the freezing cold.
Front line supervisor (Former Employee) – Farmington, NM – January 6, 2016
Everyday was a new challenge, great management and coworkers who are willing to teach you to advance your career. Great place to work as long as you dont mind the traveling and time away from your family.
Safety Officer (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – April 14, 2016
Helping with fire watch, tool room, grinding assisting with different task with different trades Followed all safety requirements each day to have proper work sheets for different task for each job. I liked my supervisor he gave great knowledge for saftey and our crew to get the job done. saftey gave a chance to work on there crew with saftey to keep our job site safe from any injuries.
The least cohesivelly managed company I have ever encountered
Senior super step II (Current Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – May 24, 2016
15 hour days with little or no support towards the completion of the project in the field. all efforts are concentrated on improving schedule on paper without any regard to the reality in the field just 50 ft. from the job office
Didn't work to long for them, would have like to stay long term.
Project Superintendent (Former Employee) – Northern California – February 9, 2016
Company seemed to grow at quick rate, the ESOP is good for those who have worked there a while. Good use of prolog as management tool. They experienced a loss of education projects and caused to cut back on some good employees.
Enlightening environment where superiors really tried to teach as much as possible
Intern/Field Engineer (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – February 7, 2016
A typical day at work included making sure the construction drawings and RFI's were up to date, taking walks around the site to make sure the sub contractors were complying with all safety regulations and working according to schedule, sitting in on project meetings, small side tasks that needed to be taken care of and shadowing my mentor. I learned a lot about what goes on behind the scenes during a construction project.
Low end wages, poor benefits, culture of being cheap for ESOP gains.
Rental and Transportation Coordinator (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 8, 2014
Days are expected to exceed 9 hours and will work weekends more that twice a week. Health care benefits are at the bottom of the benefit packages I have ever seen. Management acts as if they are doing you a favor allowing you to work for them and will never acknowledge you for doing a good job. Pay scale is at the bottom of the industry. Nothing special about this company at all.
good people that don't know better work here.
long hours, poor benefits, culture of being cheap, management won't acknowledge good work.
Great place to work. The company has a bright future.
Superintendent (Current Employee) – Sacramento – August 24, 2013
This job consists of day to day management of construction operations within the commercial building industry. Ive learned to manage subcontractors day to day activities. Including operations, scheduling, quality, safety, and customer relationships. Sundt has a great group of people. Thier is no doubt that this company will continue to do well in the construction industry. The hardest part of this job is the travel while trying to raise a family. The most enjoyable part of working for Sundt is the job itself. The ability to take a project from start to finish while building relationships with customers and subcontractors gives a great feeling of accomplishment.
construction worker (Former Employee) – Morenci, AZ – December 5, 2015
i was a helper in pipe fitting, i loved it, was outdoors and we prefab ed steel pipes for a mine. the job was great. i did all the jobs, mainly was in high places but heights don't scare me. its apart of the job, the pay was great.
Field Engineer II- Concrete Division (Former Employee) – Phoenix, Az, California, Texas – January 8, 2014
My position at Sundt as a Field Engineer provided me with many challenges.I would review daily with personnel what they required and review that the work being placed was being done in the correct alignments, elevation and included all plans and specification requirements. I was exposed to many new aspects of building construction and with teaming with individuals, foremen, and superintentants was able to creat a impact on the final project quality and reduce rework. The largest issue I faced was the lack of support or cooordination from the next level managers. Support in dealing with personnel issues. Coordination with sharing the schedule and project goals. Also, when working or asked to work out of town there is no lead time to coordinate issues with personal life. Travel periods were often extended without discussion for weeks or months leaving a uncertain impact on how to continue the responsiblities of my household. This was the hardest part of this position an one that I had not experienced in the past with previous employers. The challenges and opportunities to be involved in new types of work situations was the most enjoyable portion of the job. I appreciated the trust I recieved in the completion of my work.
benefits, learning enviroment
travel without notice, extentions of travel periods
CARPENTER FOREMAN in the concrete division (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – May 14, 2015
The three years spent working for SUNDT CONTRUCTION transitioned my work experience to COMMERCIAL. My career at Sundt was incredibly challenging and rewarding while my rise through the ranks at Sundt speaks to my ability to adapt and thrive within a new segment of the construction industry.
Structural Welder, Wire Feed Welder (Former Employee) – Saint Johns, AZ – June 10, 2014
getting to work and do what I got to do as fast and correct. learned that it is a hard working job but welling to put the effort into it. management knows what they want and get what they want at the end of the day and that's what every work environment need. hardest part is traveling to job to job for shut downs. despite all the tired and the difficult days at work I enjoy what I do.