A company that is run by under educated project managers.
Construction Manager (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – July 25, 2012
Working with the other construction managers was great, I made many life long friends that I still communicate with regurarly. The project managers with this company are the primary problem. Their only concern is lining their pockets with bonuses. They WILL do everything possible to make sure the construction managers' bonuses are cut to increase their own. They are micro managers that basically tell you to hire illegal alien contractors to ensure the lowest contractor payroll. You are expected to work as many hours as they can get out of you. They call you in the evenings at home, on the weekends, even while you are own vacation. These "project managers" make the construction managers not want to do their best job. The end result; "Do you want to work for a company that treats you like this, turns out a cheap product that is over priced and riddled with warranty service to get it right, and have your name tied to this type of organization?" A typical day started at 7 am and went until 7 pm, plus Saturdays, and doing payroll on Sundays. The hardest part of the job is seriously not walking out, and showing up everyday, knowing you'll never move up.
decent pay, discount on housing.
no family/business balance, shady business, working with illegal immigrants, lying to home buyers.