Construction Field Technician/ Laboratory (Current Employee) – Chantilly, VA – July 6, 2015
Typical day at work: - Show up and receive site inspection or laboratory testing assignments. - Execute assigned work. If site inspections were assigned then the technician would take a company vehicle with the appropriate tools to the site and perform the assigned testing and observation. If laboratory tests were assigned, then under the supervision of other engineer staff, the technician would execute a variety of soils and concrete materials testing.
Executive Assistant to VP of Operations (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – November 7, 2017
Very down to earth, no egos to have to deal with. Fun, hardworking employees. Its like working with intelligent enlightened who have a sense of humor but have goals driven aspirations to better then roads & bridges across the industry.
Word Processing Operator (Former Employee) – Columbus, Ohio – March 31, 2015
Do lots of clerical work including mail room duties and helping other secretaries when need helps. Type large documentation to put a specifications book together on project that is being built or design. This is an Architect/Engineer company.
AutoCAD Technician II (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – March 28, 2015
Working with Civil engineers and CAD team in the design and printing of highway design and bridges Participating in field work with the civil engineers learning new software and implementation of new departments and software
Learning new software and new design projects frequently
During my employment with Burgess and Niple, my main responsibility was to maintain the samples library. This was my first co-op while studying Interior Design and where I began to learn about working in the field. I was in constant communication with the representatives to make sure the samples that we had were up to date. Another task was to update any drafting documents when materials changed.
The most enjoyable part of the job was working on renderings to present to the client and learning about new materials. On occasion I was able to do site visits and be able to view the end product. Most of the projects that were awarded to the company were educational buildings. Overtime this became difficult to get excited about, especially when the materials were pre-selected.
PROJECT MANAGER (Former Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – April 30, 2013
Over all this is a good place to work. There are many very bright individuals who worked there and have become lasting business affiliates. It is a fast and intense work pace and challenges every aspect of your skills and knowledge.