Site Safety Coordinator (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – February 18, 2019
Lease Crutcher Lewis was an extremely enjoyable, exciting and satisfying place to work. One of the biggest reasons for this was the work environment and culture that was created by the company. To include the majority of all the people within the company were good to work with and for.
Operations (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA 98121 – January 11, 2019
Felt impersonal. Promotes diversity, but creates an atmosphere that is so cautious about offending anyone, or sending the wrong signals that it makes it hard to connect with people.
They build great projects, really interesting and large projects. Great employees.
Strange infrastructure. No department budgets, or any budgets as far as I could see. You must campaign for years, if you can’t bill it to a project. As a result, does not enable support departments the same kind of advanced tools as the project teams.
Virtual Design and Construction Consultant (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – October 31, 2018
Very nice culture, company does a lot for it employees. Upper management treats everyone the same. Work life balance is encouraged. The main office is beautiful and the projects Lewis works on are exciting.
Fantastic company dedicated to end products that stand the test of time
Project Engineer Intern (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – February 18, 2016
Hard working and supportive group of people. The company greatly emphasizes worker safety and cherishes those who are loyal - Lewis treats their employees well. Hardest part of the job - I wasn't terribly interested in the work I was doing. Best part - Even if I was doing something incredibly small, my project manager voiced his appreciation making me feel like I was actually helping in some way.
Project Engineer (Intern) (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – January 13, 2016
In my experience at Lease Crutcher Lewis I found it to have very high ethical standards and a do the right thing way of conducting business. Everyone there really cared about what they did and there was always a strong attitude of customer service. Everyone put in the extra effort to make it a great place to work. They all took great pride in their projects. I also found there was a strong spirit of giving back to the community. Very approachable senior staff.
Mentorship, first rate craftsmanship, build to last, great projects.
Some managers were unavailable due to high work load.
Apprentice Ironworker/Welder (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – September 2, 2014
It was a great company to work for with great bosses and employees. I loved the fact that the company had company picnics, and were willing to spend the money for tools and equipment to get the work done properly.