Incredible company to work for. I have learned over the years doing on the job training, became a Certified Rigging and NCCO Crane Operator and OSHA training as well. I have had the opportunity to be Project Manager on various Hydro Powerplants over the last three years. The days mostly begin early in the morning and end late in the evening typically putting in 10 hours a day 6//7 days a week and sometimes 7/7 days a week for deadlines. The most enjoyable part is getting to know each of the crewmembers I am guiding and watching new people learn and gain new skills and experiences. I have traveled all over the United States with this company and have learned a lot due to the variability of the plants.
Electrical Apprentice/ Instrumentation Technician (Former Employee) – Rock Springs, WY – January 28, 2019
Great people to work with, but you need to be ready to relocate at a moments notice. They have a lot of jobs around the U.S but when the job is over it is time to move or relocate. Over all it is a fun place to work at when there is work.
Laborer (Former Employee) – Vernal, UT – November 4, 2018
BHI is an amazing place to work. Career advancement is dependent on hard work. Over my time working at BHI, I watch hard workers get promoted, and bad workers get fired. BHI is headed by an amazing staff who practices strong leadership. They live by example and stick to their core values. All of the upper management works hard day in and day out. I was very impressed.
Journeyman Electrician (Former Employee) – Dickinson North Dakota – September 11, 2018
The guys that work there are very incompetent. They find little things to tell the supervisor when they fell lile you are more knowledgeable than they are. The crew I worked with were lazy and poor employees. All good hands drag up from here within 2-3 weeks. Don't waste your time traveling here to work. The pay is decent because they can't keep anyone. Poor management. Poor leadership. Poor journeyman.
Field Supervisor (Former Employee) – Sachse Texas – April 18, 2018
Cleaned foreclosure homes exterior and interior did all kitchens framework like Construction had a great relationship with customers work full time did yards poolz landscape learned a lot from the company enjoy the work area in space contract ran out and the work was not a no longer available
Apprentice electrician (Former Employee) – Rock Springs, WY – December 4, 2017
We would have to leave Rock springs at 5am, and drive 45 minutes to wamsutter, where the gas patch was located. We would have meetings after briefing every morning. We would always rotate who was with who and the different jobs we had so that all of us had the skills to do all the jobs. Mostly maintenece on existing sites, and new site construction builds where you could be there for up to a month depending on the size. Everyone that i worked with was more than helpful and it made the work go by fast.
BHI was a terrible place to work, you never know for sure when your supposed to come into work because even when the supervisor told you a time he would often show up 30min-1hour late and then not know what was going on that day.
Laborer (Former Employee) – Vernal, UT – May 2, 2017
Wake up before the sun, go to work, stretch, safety meeting, work tell lunch, half our break. Put in my 10 hours, then go home. Hardest part of the job was communicating with other employees, not a lot of English spoken.