Painter (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – January 23, 2017
The job is different, you meet new peole all the time , and work alot of places. my only problem is the work is not as consistent as I would like , and my pay scale goes up and down. So it makes it very difficult for me to plan and so forth.
A regular workday expected. Great company with steady work available. There are various locations to work at. This company is well managed, and organized. The hardest part of the job for me personally was my commute due to fact that there was no work in the small town I was from,
electrcian (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – February 14, 2017
they told me they would hire me at a certain rate to do a certain job and that i would be off to work right away, they ended up texting me days later saying they didnt have the specified work availible and that i would be a better fit doing general labor at a significantly lower rate
upon going in to talk further with them i found they hadnt even submitted my application to companies for the trade they hired me for and somehow managed to lose my resume 4 different times
it wouldnt have been so bad had they just been honest and upfront about the fact that they have no work and that i would need to take a massive pay cut in order to be able to pull in any paycheck at all
they told me their best workers only stay employed 42 weeks out of the year, and danced around the topic of benifits, and never could produce an offer letter
lie about employment, pay, benifits, availible work, and steadyness of work
Productive and always doing my job at a fast pace, Wont disappoint anyone and always on the top of my crew
Solar Panel Installer (Current Employee) – Dothan, AL – February 13, 2017
hot day at work ive learned not to give up around my peers even though it can get challenging at times. The management was to see if everybody is doing there job correctly and is on task. The hardest part about the the job is working in hot/cold weather conditions. What i enjoyed about the job is being around ;positive people
Combination welder pipefitter/ fabricator (Former Employee) – Kansas City, KS – February 6, 2017
Must be willing to travel a lot all types of welding where your proper PPE obey the rules weekly pay always call in must be willing to travel all over the world the rate of pay changes wherever you go some places don't give you pretty m
Head Carpenter (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – February 6, 2017
This company will keep you working but there's a lot of driving involved. The office management will do there best to keep you working and always keep you informed about upcoming work when your contact is finished.
it's a good place to work. Currently has a free lunch from their cafe everyday. And then you can workout in their gym. Some of the employees take advantage of their boss and go to the bar for their hour lunch and spend 2 hours there and come back drunk and work while a blind eye is turned.