I did my time there too. They were rolling out their new safety program and were looking for suggestions and feedback. Having worked for a company that actually took safety seriously, I made a few suggestions that "GASP", cost money to implement! Guess how many were used? Zero.
Was amused when the office director had a 45 minute discussion at a staff meeting to discuss when we should bring the drill crew in for their introduction to the safety program. 45 minutes! One one hand, they didn't want to bring them in from the field because it would hurt productivity. On the other, they wanted to have it on a Saturday so they would get them there. Another suggestion was to rent a meeting room, but that was going to cost too much....you get the picture. Rather than meet with the geotech boss to resolve the conflict, we had to sit there and endure the circular discussion that only showed how cheap the office manager was.
And there are many more stories.
Bottom line: You are going to be expected to work more than 40 hours a week. They will not want to pay you overtime for over 40 hours. They are going to want you to be 100% chargable, and market as needed. When you are spending 45 minutes a week discussing safety meetings, you get the picture.
If you need an entry level consultant job, this is a good company to work for. You will learn. If you are a seasoned consultant, it will be a grind. Because unless you are a partner, you will be treated like meat.