Quarry Equipment operator (Former Employee) – Pleasant Gap, PA – July 21, 2018
Guys we’re great to work with. New equipment but the con is you practically live in it. Worked 7 12 hour days for months. Tried to apply recently to an open position and found out their saying I never gave a two week notice when I left 10 years ago. Which is completely false. All in all it’s a good place to work if ya watch your back.
Dispatcher/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Pleasant Gap, PA – August 19, 2017
GOH started off as a great place to work. Everyone was great to work with. Over time the company got to demanding and way to much drama. Your in the click or your not. If your not your job was made very difficult
Operator Technician (Former Employee) – State College, PA – July 5, 2017
This is a good company with a nice benefit package. Overall they are family friendly with getting time off but there are times that it just doesn't work. Very good Family that owns GOH the Hawbakers are very down to earth good people that never forget where they came from.
Flag person 1 (Former Employee) – DuBois, PA – March 4, 2017
I was hired as a flag person and that's what I did. No advancement. They give you plenty of hours, but little to no breaks(not even to urinate). If you flag you are considered disposable. Safety is not even considered in most situations. I would not have considered this job had it not been for prevailing wages. The base rate is $12.00 per hour capped at $13.00. Prevailing rate is set by PennDOT. You don't get fringe.
benefits, 401K, prevailing wage
no safety, sometimes they want you to work on a non rate job
Operator / Laborer (Current Employee) – Grove City, PA – September 6, 2016
Lots of great guys to work with. Everyone is nice and get along well. They've given me a couple raises and aren't afraid to pay for the work you do. Haven't been here long, but it's a good place to work
Bridge Laborer (Former Employee) – State College, PA 16803 – August 30, 2016
I have a lot of respect for construction workers and manual labor workers after I did this job for a summer. A typical day was usually at least 10 hours. A lot of heavy lifting was involved along with other tasks such as jack-hammering. I did not get very much free time that summer, but did make a considerable amount of money compared to what other students make during a summer. This job made me appreciate my college schooling more as I found out how hard it was. I enjoyed many of the people I worked with. They all were pretty friendly and also understood that I did not have any construction experience, so most of them were patient with me. This would be a great job for someone who has an aptitude for manual labor.
Equip.SupportPurchaser/MaintenanceCoordinatingAsst (Former Employee) – Milan, PA – May 26, 2015
loved the people I worked with and the things i had to do to make it a very productive day. worked mostly with the shop superintendent to keep him updated on the work done in the shop and out in the field.