A typical day was very hot, because you were always outside in the sun and there were no shade. I learned how to read blueprint and fit pipes. Management was good. Workplace culture was good. The hardest part was the heat. The most enjoyable part, was when it rain to cool thing down.
Everyone there just kept saying “I tell you what...” all of the time every time I asked a question or even made a statement. It was very awkward. Some days I couldn’t even find my cubicle. There were no good places to order lunch from, so I lived off of candy bars from the vending machines. Then they ran out of candy bars, and they didn’t show up to refill the vending machine until my last day, which infuriated me.
Got to wear shoes without laces so I could work without wearing shoes
I quite enjoyed working for Lutech as contracted Adminstrative Clerk for APTIM & honestly I wish the job was going to last longer than July 2018 because they are a great group of guys to work for. However APTIM moves around the USA doing excavation work for different types of companies and I'm not able to travel like that.
Being about to run errands off jobsite for the site manager
Nuclear Worker, Buildings and Grounds (Former Employee) – Oswego, NY – March 22, 2018
I was lucky to have a very supportive supervisor. Working for him was a great experience. I would have loved to have stayed, however, there were no immediate openings available for full-time permanent employment. I took a full time position in another field. If a full time position had been available, I would have gladly have chosen to stay over the other job position that I left for.
Intern - Project Facilitator (Former Employee) – Delta, PA – December 17, 2017
I was employed at a nuclear power plant so it was all business all of the time. All employees were in cubicles, however I don't believe this is a product of Lutech, It is a product of the nuclear industry.
Human Resources (Current Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – October 15, 2017
LutechResources is a great company to work for. The HR team is amazing and Strive well together! Lutech lacks benefits for their CORE employees. If we were offered a better insurance plan (lower premiums) and a matching 401k a lot of lutech employees would be happier.
FACILITY SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – September 28, 2017
A typical day at work was assisting employees and making sure their needs were met. I learned new computer skills, i hadn't known previously which has helped my growth. I've also learned the inter workings of how the oil and gas industry works. My manager was always very helpful and helped me thrive at my job. The workplace culture was very good and i was blessed to have worked with and been around some great people. I felt no part of the job was particularly hard and i always enjoyed the smiles and appreciation of employees when their needs, requests, and goals were met by myself and my team.
No vacation time due to being contract and not direct
Recruiting (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – October 31, 2016
I was a core employee and not a contractor, so my perspective would be different from that of a contractor emplyed by Lutech to work at CB&I.
CB&I and Lutech were a tremendous disappointment. Leadership within both organizations seems self serving and approaches their subordinates as wholly replacable cogs in a very large wheel. It is common for management to make false promises regarding development of talent, future opportunity or even performance recogniztion and never follow through. Their internal comp programs are easily 25% below market, when you take into account the benefit plans they offer their core employees.
Morale throughut the core employees of Lutech remains abysmally low and retentiion rates are equally abysimal. The product put firward by their employees is surprisingly good, considering leadership's ill regard for their charges well being, and would not hesitate to work with a majority of my colleagues in future endeavors.
The nuclear projects have historic potential and the co-workers were absolutely great!
Piping Support Modeler (Former Employee) – Jenkinsville, SC – April 28, 2016
Being in a large construction trailer onsite, the environment was often dusty (even inside the building). The project usually kept everyone busy and you got to learn a lot about nuclear plants and nuclear plant safety.
The higher project management could have been better.
The hardest part of the job is learning all the procedures that are peculiar to the nuclear industry.
The most enjoyable part of the job was being part of what could be America's energy future and see it coming together.
Half-hour luch breaks with no cafeteria or nearby places except a few vending machines (i.e., bring your own food daily).
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Senior Scheduling Specialist (Current Employee) – Waynesboro, GA – February 11, 2016
Great company to work for. Very professional and rewarding company. The upper management was very knowledgeable in key areas and organized.
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