College help (Former Employee) – Three Rivers, MI – October 27, 2017
Working at Armstrong taught me a lot and was a fun experience. I really enjoyed working on the wellness programs and seeing how it can benefit employees and makes them excited to come to work each day.
Global Network & Systems Architect (Former Employee) – Three Rivers, MI – September 14, 2017
This is one of the best companies that I have ever worked for. The culture was amazing, the employees were amazing, and everyone felt like family. If you ever have an opportunity to work for this company, take it.
Manager (Former Employee) – Three Rivers, MI – February 22, 2017
Armstrong International is a culture-rich company with many positive benefits. The company views its employees as family members and cares about making sure that the atmosphere is fun and an enjoyable experience.
Boiler Operator/Industrial Waste Water Monitor (Former Employee) – Muscatine, IA – May 22, 2016
Co-workers were prime examples of how to be a worthless human being. Terrible work environment, terrible communication between shift change. Verbal abuse and harassment from co-workers with no repercussions or consequences from management. No praise for a good job. poor pay for the work done. Benefits were good though. But other than that. Don't work for the Armstrong at Heinz in Muscatine.
Certified Welder Duties (Former Employee) – Three Rivers, MI – September 16, 2015
Very backstabbing middle management. Corporate puts to much trust in their middle managers. Honesty is one of their key values and it is broken daily. Twenty years ago this was a very good company, but now it is horrible at best. If your looking for employment their please do yourself a huge favor keep looking better jobs our out there. This was a weld code shop at one time, what a joke. It's just a matter of time when a customer like Shell finds out that they no longer care about quality or following very strict welding codes. Trust me I know I worked for over twenty years in their so called welling department.
some people are nice to work with
middle management is full of lies. Very stagnant, and a dying company
Boiler Operator (Former Employee) – Muscatine, IA – April 16, 2014
Weekday shifts saw IWTP maintenance and monitoring, boiler and ancillary equipment maintenance and monitoring, and maintenance and monitoring of a 4 compressor plant air system. Weekend shifts were start ups and shutdowns and a whole lot of pipe fitting. A single and not too active supervisor was all that was necessary in our crew of 5. I learned a great deal about pipe fitting and industrial equipment maintenance in this year. I also had my introduction to water treatment here which became an EPA class K operator certification in the state of Illinois a little over a year later. The small crew working for Armstrong got along well and accomplished a lot during my time there. The hardest parts of the job were being alone on weekends and doing repairs on piping jobs that could have kept 2 people busy. The Heinz plant has a lot of very old steam piping. I enjoyed the general maintenance and chemical related work .
Good safety, coworkers, training
no chance for advancement or even lateral movement
Laid back work environment, close knit employees with good moral standings
College Summer Worker (Former Employee) – Three Rivers, MI – May 7, 2013
This was a summer job where I worked mostly in a factory position building the hot water hose stations and some other products that this manufacturer sold. The employees and management were all good down to earth people with reasonable expectations and standards. The hardest part about the jobs were the rush orders in which myself and my team of a few others had to get a massive amount of work done in a short period of time. All in all the company was great and took very good care of their employees.