Heavy equipment operator (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – May 19, 2018
It was a fast-paced but duction did a lot of things backwards that could have used a different management overall is good company that had nice equipment the people that was there was nice to work for overall it was a good job would like to go back to work and have work everywhere job placement movie where big company
Cost Engineer (Former Employee) – Benicia, CA – April 17, 2018
My experience with Flatiron Corp. was one that I will never forget. I learned about what it takes to operate withing a professional workplace. Also, the operations of a construction site focusing mainly on safety. Overall, Flatiron was a great experience and I would recommend this company to anyone who is interested in working for a construction company.
Project Engineer/Manager Intern (Former Employee) – Renton, WA – March 6, 2018
As an intern I was used as a superintendent in the field and not given any insight as to the working of the business end. The do not treat their field hands with any respect. Young engineers straight out of school run work they have no business running.
Foreman/Lead hand/ Concrete Finisher (Former Employee) – Alberta – December 29, 2017
great place to work lots of hours and busy everyday. had a long day everyday. lots of money to made working with these guys. i was with them for 4 years and enjoyed it. i didnt wanna leave but the project came to a end and everyone got laid off.
Estimating/Quantities Technician (Former Employee) – Broomfield, CO – November 14, 2017
In a whole, Flatiron is a great place to work. The environment is relaxed and the people are great. The management is lacking in some ways and they seem hesitant to move past old ways of doing things. For new grads it is hard because they have not quite developed their training program.
Looking at a Bridge that you helped build when you where driving
Foreman (Former Employee) – Broomfield, CO – August 19, 2017
At first supervising personnel Casting Yard for Eisenhower Johnson Tunnel Project plus helping out in every Task that was needed to help speed up the Casting process , Operating Equipment on Fill and Compaction Operations on Bridge Project . Hardest part of the job was you knew you would probably be Laid off at the End of the Project even if you as a Foreman. Seeing a Bridge that you helped Build as you drove under it or Over it.
Loved working outside and getting too meet all kind of new people. An experience I'll never forget and would love too do again. Got too learn a lot of new things and even how too operate different equipment
Heavy Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – May 3, 2017
Choose not to talk about my experience there. I felt that they bully there employees. No training and no work explanation. Manager is in over his head and safety is only done to suffer coat the state and Safety should be a way of life