Machinist (Current Employee) – Frederick, CO – January 29, 2015
6:00 AM-6:00 PM Wednesday to Saturday four days on four days off. 6:00 AM-6:00 PM Thursday to Saturday three days on three days off. Good PTO accumulation and great Benefits. Friendly co-workers/Management/HR. Payed holidays.
Machinist (Former Employee) – Firestone, CO – September 10, 2013
A typical day at work consisted of running CNC Machines, going from print to part and manual machining. Worked well with most management until the company merged with another company. After that they started to take away most of our privileges as well as our monthly bonus. Having to commute as far as I did, the bonus helped pay for gas, after having it taken away I was unable to afford to drive that far for work.
Was a great place to work until PCS sold out to Dover
District Manager (Former Employee) – Bridgeport, TX – February 13, 2017
Great freedom to call on customers, do your job effectively, with a quality product. Then they sold out to Dover. This reduced the quality, and made the entire job process stressful wondering if you would have a job from day to day.
Driver/Operator (Former Employee) – Weatherford, TX – April 19, 2015
I Liked The Work.I Learned That Team Work Makes A Huge Difference. In A Posative Way.If Management Would Listen To The Guys In The Feild Doing The Work They Would Be Better Worked With Some Good People. Hardest Part When You Brake Down On A Job Cause You Strive To To Give Good Service And I Try To Be The Best At What Im Doing Best Part Was Good Pay And People
Sales, Service and Shop Manager (Former Employee) – Tyler, TX – March 20, 2017
I worked for PCS Ferguson for 2.5 years. They were a company that mine had merged with and things transitioned smoothly. Great management and coworkers. For a larger company there was a great since of family among all employees.
Lead Diesel Mechanic (Former Employee) – Weatherford, TX – January 27, 2015
When the company was busy it was a very rewarding place to work. I had the best boss I have ever had. They did some restructuring of the company and things started going downhill. The work was slowly going away so the general work day was long when there was no work to keep busy.