Safety Facilitator (Former Employee) – Saint Johns, MO – August 18, 2016
Working with Zachry has been a great life changing experience. I am presently working with this company on the Arizona Outages during the beginning of the year. The Management care deeply for the worker and the company puts forth the greatest effort to keep their employees safe. It is the one company I have worked for that puts Safety before production.
Zachry always reward the employees for safe work habits
Tube Welder (Former Employee) – Saint Johns, AZ – August 11, 2016
Good Company to work for they are fair and they also pay subsistence, the work is hazardous but they train you to work safe and provide a safety culture which is not only on the job but they teach safety in all aspects of life.
Journeymen Electrician (Former Employee) – Old Ocean, Tx – August 10, 2016
The job at Old Ocean, Tx with Zachry is a very big job where a lot of conduit, pulling wire, and terminations are needed. Sad part about it is we only stuck to one certian job. 1 crew for conduit, 1 for wire pulling, and another for terminations.
Always kept busy
Parking lot always full. Kept busy on one specific field (conduit)
Foreman/Fire watch/Tool room (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – August 4, 2016
I enjoyed working at zachry, I was able to advance from a firewatch to a night forman then move to the toolroom permanently at 21.00 A hour within 3 years. It was nice to work with so many people from all over world.
Very professional in all activities. Especially the ones were it comes to the safety of employees as well as all people on site. Learned more about properly checking each job before starting. Meaning all is good and safe. The people you work with is one of the most important aspects of the job. They got your back and you got theirs. Its very satisfying knowing the job you have done was done correctly, completely and above all, safely.
I switched from granite to Zachry after the HRT project to build the grand pkwy... Good company and great benefits. I switched because I didn't feel like moving to South Carolina. If they were to come back to Houston I'd gladly jump back on board.
General contract worker (Current Employee) – Valdosta, GA – July 19, 2016
I'm still employed with this company but I haven't been to work in 3 week because of Lack of Work. I'm not on layoff just waitng for my supervisor to call me in. This is an issue I've had to deal with the entire time I've been employed.
Frequent work slowdown/lack of work, hire a lot of new people then have a layoff
Utility Worker/Utility Supervisor/ S/D Clerk (Former Employee) – Pascagoula, MS – July 15, 2016
Yes productive and loved what I was doing loved my coworker and the worker that was working for me but management was not good my job was cut and I move to a other and management didn't made the right change with me
no free lunch but they did feed thier employee alot
Laborer (Former Employee) – Sweeny, TX – July 6, 2016
clock into work about 6:30 no later and start off by having a meeting in the tent of what we are going to be doing today and once the get the preview of todays work then we break the meeting and go to our job sites and pump water or clean out pipes or spot operators etc.
pipefitter/boilermaker (Current Employee) – Alvin, TX – June 30, 2016
They're a fair company but not the best. They pay lower than most companies. It's hard work and they do give mandatory breaks but their benefits are terrible. If you make a mistake you're out of there.
Awesome work place, incredible people and atmosphere
Mechanical Drafter II (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – June 28, 2016
I loved working at this firm, I couldn't have asked for a better first job out of college. I fell in love with the environment and my higher ups. They really put in the effort to get my situated in my new work and helped me grow as a drafter. I respected the quality of work that was created by the team I worked with and the organization of the work flow.