Journeyman Electrician in Houston, TX
had numerous office problems. The job was rewarding. Enjoyed the people I worked with and helping to train them. Management was lacking. Hardest part of job was getting used to office inability to capture jobs. Best part of job was it kept me busy and made new friends.
Senior Project Manager in Plano, TX
There is constant change within the Management group, which is a sign of not knowing what they are doing and not creating a stable work enviroment. There is no honesty or loyalty with the employees on the situations the company is going through. There is no communication at all.
Be very cautious about working here, hot work done without safety precautions. Take photos of timesheets or you may not get paid. Don’t manage better than the Superintendant they feel threatened you might take their job and have you taken off their job site. No sense of how to run the jobs do hope you know because all that is said is go to work, hopefully the guy in charge knows, but they don’t!
Electrical Apprentice in Dallas, TX
Fast pace but relaxed management is good and the people that I work around are very helpful love working here and there also work with you on location of where u live for each job site.
Foreman in Palm Springs, CA
This company's so cal division has a lot of work. They keep me busy, but pay is below industry standard during times that contractors are having a hard time finding qualified help. Management balks at the idea of getting the tools needed to get tbe job done properly and efficiently. Passing some tools (hydraulic knockout set, hammer drills) around from job to job due to not having sufficient tools, waiting for shop guy to go pick up and deliver. The train could run a little smoother on the tracks.