It was a good experience, my first in a multifloor facility (12?).
Stationary Engineer (Former Employee) – Athens, GA – January 27, 2019
I had little experience with chillers, and my coworkers were helpful in bringing up to speed on there operations/maintenance. I was given time to train and learn the equipment and demands of working in a scientific laboratory setting, where temps and humidity can be critical factors.
General Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 11, 2019
This company was a great company to work for. They provided benefits to all employees. They also show appreciation to employee yearly by giving us a picnic. They also gave tickets to attend sporting events.
If anyone applies to a job position with this company ask a lot of questions.
Technician 12 years (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 28, 2018
Management out of Ohio forced Medical insurance on the Employee's that cost $800.00 a month with a $7,000 deductible for a single family. The family plan cost $2,800.00 a month plus a $13,000 dollar deductible. So when they tell you your fringe benefits is $4.68 you do not receive that money for you retirement that money is for your insurance plus you will have money coming out off your pay check. If you are at retirement age with Medicare you still are not allowed to use Medicare as coverage.
This is just a start , I want get into the incompetence of the Supervisors.
Air conditioning and heated indoor work environment.
Hvac (Current Employee) – Fort Collins co – May 31, 2018
Management is a joke at cdc in Fort Collins CO the management from four seasons out of Atlanta is two faced . If it wasn't for the union wages would be much less . Would never work for this company again . Management has ran off all the good help because they are Mico manager . The people at cdc ( federal employee are a great group of people. My advice to you is that there are more jobs with less stress .
Administrative Supervisor (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 18, 2016
FSE is a great place to work and their foundation is faith based. Work/life balance is excellent. Healthcare costs are high for employees but overall the company offers the best service to their customer. Keeping employees trained and equipped to do their jobs is key!
Site Supervisor (Former Employee) – Chamblee, GA – August 29, 2015
Always willing to go above and beyond the customers expectations and desires. Team players all throughout the company and well diverse in the knowledge and abilities to perform all task placed before them.
Site Supervisor (Former Employee) – Chamblee, GA – February 20, 2015
Regular duties as Site Supervisor handing out daily work loads to employees to include preventive maintenance and service calls. Ordered parts and supplies, corresponded with vendors and other contractors. Maintained inventory, budget and paperwork that was required for the job..
Internship, Four Seasons CDC Atlanta (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 11, 2014
In the Central Utilities Plant at the CDC, I worked in the cooling plant. I learned the operation of the cooling engines – three Trane CenTraVac 2000 Ton Capacity Chillers which were controlled through a Johnson Controls B.A.S. I was one of a three-man team tasked to overhaul a chiller which had developed refrigerant leaks. Here I gained invaluable experience and an even more thorough knowledge of the chiller and reconditioning of its various sub-systems and their components.
I worked at the Center Disease Control on the midnight shift. Very quiet and slow paced.
Lead Maintenance Mechanic (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 19, 2014
A typical night at the CDC was quiet and slow paced. But this was a very serious place to work. BMS (Building Maintenance System) monitoring had to be taken VERY seriously. Required a professional approach to your job. I worked with some very knowledgeable people.