Granite Construction
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About the company

  • CEO
    Kyle Larkin
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $1B to $5B (USD)
  • Industry
    Construction, Repair & Maintenance Services
  • Link
    Granite Construction website
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Laborer in Sanford, FL
on November 29, 2021
Definitely a good job to get your money together. They try to convince you that it’s a great career job but the way the company’s run you may not stay there too long.
Administrative Assistant in Reno, NV
on May 9, 2022
I loved working for granite construction. I would have never left if I could have stayed, but being a military spouse, I had to move and they didn’t have a location close where I could transfer. My boss was amazing, as were coworkers. More than fair pay.
Former Supervisor in Anchorage, AK
on March 31, 2022
This company used to be one of the best in the state everyone wanted to work at now it’s become one of the worst. The company has high turnover, poor upper management that lies & provides no support, pushes you to go outside your boundaries yet preaches a culture that is opposite of that, they preach safety standards that above normal then don’t get the correct equip for you to perform at there expectations, high expectations to perform job tasks that aren’t supported by the bid. There’s no continuity within the company to help each other, complete free for all style of work, many hrs worked & family sacrifices as you’ll work most all weekends in the summer. No growth within management. As an engineer you’ll stay as a bean counter paper-pusher & be best down by PM’sDishonest-cutthroat SR PM’s that will work you 12 hrs a day on 8 hr salary. No acknowledgement for work & sacrifices. Be aware what your getting into with this company. There claim to be one of the “top places to work in America” is largely false
Operations in Anchorage, AK
on March 31, 2022
I've worked at here a few years and have had a good experience in all aspects. The people are good to be around and everyone is working toward the same goal. There is plenty of opportunity for advancement and there are people that help you make your personal goals. The summer is busy, but that's road construction in Alaska. The winter is quite a bit slower and it gives you time to spend with friends and family.
Project Engineer in Bay Area CA
on March 13, 2022
Great place to start as a project engineer out of college. You will learn skills that will make you extremely valuable to other employers in the Heavy Civil industry. An extremely top heavy company. You will be unable to count the number of VP's / Managers...Their solution to problems faced by the company, is to hire more managers/department VP's even if the problem may be overworking their employees at the bottom and consequently facing turnover. This is not a construction company, this is a publicly traded accounting company with a construction division. Financial controllers (bean counters) with zero knowledge of construction are in full control of the company. For a construction company, they have embraced wokeness, this may be a positive for certain people, especially if you check all the affirmative action boxes you will likely be elevated quickly regardless of your individual effort/talent. My recommendation is to start here out of college and learn as much as you can and move on to another heavy civil company with better management and culture.

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