Journeyman Electrician (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 15, 2018
Currently company don't have enough work for all its worker, requiring employees to sit at home or travel for work to other states or town. Pay is fair. Benefits are good. Management is mediocre. Just lacking work in Home town
Worker (Former Employee) – McCarran, NV – July 6, 2018
It was like any other construction job, one day you have a job and the next you don't. For the type of work that I was doing overall I had a great experience, on occasion you had a few bad apples with bad attitudes but overall it wasn't that bad.
Apprentice Electrician (Former Employee) – Escondido, CA – May 11, 2018
they teach a lot of good habits. get good at one task and you'll get stuck on it for a while (i.e. underground, material handling, wire pulling, etc). will mass hire for big jobs then lay off a bunch after completion.
Electrician (Former Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – February 17, 2018
When they come back to town I hope I get a call. I'll be back in a flash... Good foreman.had parts and tools I needed.But the best thing to me was I learned new technics that I can take to my new jobs.. Thank's Berg..
Electrician Apprentice (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – February 11, 2018
had a great time working in San Diego. I learned a lot about the trade. not a lot of care goes into the guys at the bottom but they took care of me from the start. gave me a job with no experience in the trade. thankful
Apprentice (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – January 26, 2018
Was hired on with a for sure two year job, let me go before my 3 month review because there was no more work, then to find out they gave me a 2 dollar pay cut WITHOUT acknowledging me about it, and been trying to get a hold of hr and they don’t have one apparently what I was told because it’s complicated situation in my city for HR? Just a bunch of horrible management since they kept telling us to sit around there’s no work right now yet now they are blaming the journeyman and apprentice for being back tracked? If you want to be taken advantage of and pretty much work for free this is your company.
Fire Alarm Technician (Current Employee) – Escondido, CA – November 2, 2017
we would start whatever task was next, depending on materials. I learned a lot about low voltage (Considering this was my first low voltage position) The hardest part of the job was working around other trades when time was an issue.
Great pace to work, friendly staff and always willing to help
Electrician (Former Employee) – Rancho Cordova, CA – October 24, 2017
Performed electrical-related wiring and installation for commercial and industrial construction projects, including new construction, retrofits, and remodels and building expansions. Key Results: Served as journeyman electrician or apprentice on more than 100 major commercial projects.