Labor Team Leader (Current Employee) – Roanoke Rapids, NC – July 8, 2018
The work culture is positive and promotes a feeling of company concern for the employee. Not structured for a close family life though. Work hours are long and company moves employees out of state for new jobs.
Decent monetary compensation and real concern for employee safety.
Installer/Technician (Former Employee) – Sumrall, MS – June 29, 2018
It was a short time project this was a relocation company but I enjoyed the time I was employed by them I would have loved to travel with them but they hire from every City they have a project to complete
FIELD MECHANIC-FORMAN (Current Employee) – Texas – June 24, 2018
Good pay, constant traveling, poor management. Short notice on where you’re moving and when you have to be there. Management never gives advance warning about transfers. Everyone in management plays favorites.
Maintain crane, inspections, and daily paperwork. Have learned how to operate different crane types. Outdoors, exposed to weather conditions. Hazardous conditions can cause delays. Working with others and teaching my knowledge with new operators.
Laborer (Former Employee) – Avon, MN – March 3, 2018
I would never work for this place again in never recommend any one to work here.they got clicks in special treatment for there friends real bad i felt i was there just for a few reasons not for a career only for there use
Solar installer (Former Employee) – Sc – March 3, 2018
I worked my butt off and they fired me because I got sick and missed three days from work with a hospital excuse.I do not like their policy when it comes to people n missing work.I had to have a blood transfusion.
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Everywhere – February 15, 2018
I had good compensation, but after three years of exhausting work and layoffs, I was promised a certain position. throughout the year of being promised "oh the next job you'll get it" i finally gave up. work ya until your useless.