Environmental Project Manager (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – May 24, 2018
The training was very well organized, and the job turned out to be more than what I expected. I always had the support that I needed and could lean on anyone. There is a lot of trust put into employees and no micromanaging.
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Glen Allen, VA – July 11, 2014
Great experience contacting local, state, and national government agencies. Coordination with peers to create an action plan if any issues arise within the clients area of concern. Team oriented tasks/projects/jobs. Followed multiple standardized government regulations & report processes including HUD, ASTM, NEPA, Etc. Fun, young, enthusiastic, and hard-working co-workers. Friends both inside and outside of the work environment. Great health benefits and investment opportunities. Not much room for advancement. No overtime during travel. 15+ hour days are not uncommon during travel times. Overnight travel extremely rare, usually expected to work a full day post travel. Workload shifts drastically throughout certain months. Either slow paced or uncomfortably overloaded workloads. Essential equipment obsolete. Many processes are antiquated, creating unnecessary work for those involved.
Health benefits, training, experience, paid certifications, time off, travel experience, exciting office events/trips, holidays
Possibly mundane if constant report writing isn't your cup of tea. No overtime during travel.
Environmental Project Manager (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – December 2, 2013
The small company makes the overall experience there tolerable because of the frequency of partying that the staff partakes in. The training is substandard and follow up is non-existant. Resources are developing which makes it almost impossible to access resources. The breakdown of teams is good in theory but each team leader handles the reports differently which makes continuity suffer across the board. Working with the staff is like being in middle school, complete with mean girls, cliques and principals making it impossible to be able to go to a superior in confidence without it becoming company-wide information.