Fagioli Careers and Employment
Not a bad place to work. Great group of people with great knowledge. Learned a lot of great things from this company from well educated people. Pay could be matched better to other companies
Supervisor in Manvel, TX
on November 12, 2018
Overall the company was OK, I guess but with but if you aren't part of the "A-team" you were always treated as second-string. Favoritism is very high within Fagioli, so if you aren't one of the favorites you're the "red headed step child"
Crane Operator in Corpus Christi, TX
on August 4, 2018
This job is not recommendable for married workers that are not accustomed to being out of the home for weeks or months at a time. Otherwise they offer plenty of hours and great benefits plus a relaxed atmosphere with the occasional fast paced flow. Not to mention plenty of travel within the US and abroad.
Rigger/Operator in Manvel, TX
on April 2, 2018
Took on too many responsibilities. Wasn't given any credit for anything done. Over worked. Under paid. Titles meant everything with pay. Gave 7 years got a 4 dollar raise in those 7 years. Management sucked.
Administrative Assistant / Receptionist in Manvel, TX
on August 9, 2017
The CEO is a hard-working visionary, and a great role model for the employees. He is focusing the company's attention on pursuing projects in growing markets in North America, and the company is expanding to meet the future work load.
Project Engineer in Manvel, TX
on May 14, 2017
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