Blusky Restoration Contractors, LLC
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Blusky Restoration Contractors, LLC Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    2004
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
  • Industry
    Construction & Facilities Services
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Management

Project Director
$81,024 per year
Construction Superintendent
$70,835 per year
Business Development Manager
$81,462 per year
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Rating overview

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3.5020173.4320183.1020192.002020

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Reviews

Restoration Technician/Supervisor in Centennial, CO
on January 29, 2020
Abundance of work/Great culture/stereotype corporate management
Start work at 7 AM and won’t be sure when you get off but that’s typical in the industry. Lots of hours, lots of on calls. Learned how to run large crews and work on large losses whether they were multi family or commercial Losses. Management were sketchy do to a number of things most importantly for one managers rarely walk job prior to start. Regardless what supervisors thought or suggested It was always management decision whether right or wrong. I would have to say the workplace culture was great though. The company did nothing but grow in huge numbers each year I was there. The thing that was unmotivating was that there was no promotion from within and I didn’t see one employee move up in position the whole time I was there. The most enjoyable part ofThe job was working with coworkers from technicians to supervisors. Overall I learned a lot dealing with large losses commercial losses and how to handle/manage lots of temps/workers. The hardest part of the job was to travel if needed.
National Project Manager in Atlanta, GA
on December 3, 2020
Not the same as it used to me. The company was great now not so much. I would not recommend a PM position but the sales positions are great. As long as you can sell 10 million a year you will be treated well
Project Director in Central, MO
on June 12, 2020
They would routinely lie to the sub contractors and clients in my territory and leave me with the mess to clean up. They would put off paying subs for months stating some paperwork error or something. Clients would be told one thing then they would try installing the cheapest material possible to maximize profits. I was running a remote office and the clients and subs were in my backyard, these were people I would see regularly no matter my employment. I was criticized by upper management for being too open and honest. (Didn't know there was such a thing) Landed a massive multi million dollar project that made my sales goals for 2 years; would've been a nice commission... I was terminated without cause right before the meeting where the contract was signed. I was promised a raise, (got that in writing) if I sold more so I did. No raise was then told that I'd be making so much in commission it wouldn't matter. Your employee contract says they don't have to pay commission when you are terminated regardless of when they are earned.
Accounts Payable Specialist in Denver, CO
on January 12, 2020
It feels like the company prioritizes the higher ups over the little guys. You can work your butt off for the company, but rarely see anything for it.
National Project Manager in Denver, CO
on November 18, 2019
They treat the construction staff as though they don’t care if they stay and grow or just get the next person in. Follow your own P and Ps don’t just say do this... lead by example
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Shared on August 19, 2019
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