Assistant Project Manager II (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – October 8, 2018
Work weeks may be long with several hours of overtime and possibility of working weekends. Management and employees are great to work with and very helpful through the learning process. Was sent to several training sessions to help improve my management skills. The hardest part of the job was reviewing CCP's in the field and making sure nothing was misplaced before the pour. My favorite part of the job was creating and reviewing the CCP's with the foreman in the field.
It was my first accounting job after getting my MBA
GENERAL ACCOUNTING SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) – Gladstone, MO – September 18, 2018
I was lucky to hire on at CECO as my first accounting job after getting my MBA.
I learned a lot of accounting there.
One of the things that I most remember is that if I made a mistake (I made very few) it was not the end of the world. I was very good at what I did, which may be why management was east going with me. I learned a lot about checking work for accuracy.
I did not have much supervision. Probable because I made few errors and met deadlines.
Project Job Site Assistant (Former Employee) – Downers Grove, IL – September 10, 2018
My job with ceco Concrete Construction was an internship. At that time I was attending college of DuPage full-time I was able to balance my full-time school with my almost full-time workload. Deforming that I work under were extremely knowledgeable and I gained a wealth of information regarding the construction industry I've never learned this much regarding Construction in my entire life it was a wonderful experience.
Being able to be on a job site everyday was exciting
Project Administrator (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 21, 2018
Updating time sheet, calling vendors, updating documents for employees. Processing on boarding documents for new hires. Assist the project manager with invoices, requesting unconditional waivers for payments. Mailing out documents that are important to the project.
it a fast moving pace.everyone is a fast pace...all types of skills,doing setting the height of the floor.management is safe,anything you need they there,,former on the job like you to move in a fast pace.its sfe to work around at times...working in 98 degrees of sun at a fast pace,and it get hot.when we finish each on a timable schedule...
Field Engineer (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – February 24, 2018
Heico/Ceco is a great place to work in other areas of the country. The SW division is the exception to the rule. Upper Management in this division is a joke. The Company as a whole is fantastic though, they offer a great training program, and if you are able to stick it out you can learn a lot.
Good people to work with in the field, benefits are decent
Carpenter (Former Employee) – Downers Grove, IL – February 13, 2018
best job ive had/have, know your job, stay busy, and get paid well, cant ask for anything more, scale is what you get, so raises every june, benefits trough the union, very satisfying job when you drive in and see a skyline that you had a hand in building
Always something going on, not necessarily in a bad way. Lot of responsibilities and the need to be organized and timely, which I like. Though, the pay isn't worth the work load. About 48-50 hours a week, and travel isn't the greatest, though it is apart of the job. It's not a terrible company by any means but it could fix somethings as any company could.
Ceco construction is all around a good place to work. They have a great work place good people and good supervision. Loved working there there just ready to go somewhere else to work and make more money.