Staffing Specialist (Current Employee) – St. Petersburg, FL – April 18, 2018
Although I'm new to Power Design, I can confidently say that this is an incredible place to work! Not only do they have an awesome culture that puts team members first, the projects our team does are amazing. There's an onsite gym with fitness classes, locker rooms, a lake with a jogging trail, and unlimited coffee just to name a few of the awesome amenities available here. The formal training offered for both office and field employees is top-notch! They really invest in employees on both a personal and professional level.
Onsite gym with fitness classes, locker rooms, Ping-Pong table, indoor sport court, a lake with a jogging trail, and unlimited coffee just to name a few of the awesome amenities available here.
Superintendent, Construction manager (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – March 9, 2018
great company overall, there was room for continued growth, training was a big part of PDI's culture. the pay was above average, but there was a lot of paperwork. My computer skills improved while working there
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER (Current Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – February 26, 2018
This corporation is very centralized therefore if you want to work for them you will need to relocated near their headquarters. Working remote for this company is not a good option for future employees.
Electrician (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – February 23, 2018
I was a subcontractor for Power Design at that time, Good place to work and meet other co workers that have similar or different way of think on how to perform and execute the job safe, quickly and like to share their experiences with others in the field.
Fire Alarm Technician (Former Employee) – Dallas-Fort Worth, TX – January 19, 2018
Management is slow to respond and PDI employs a Subcontracting company ITR that uses highly unqualified people as well as most not legally allowed to work in this county. That way they are not responsible for the illegal employees of the ITR subcontractor.
they pay well
training new people all the time that most have never stepedon a construction site
foreman in high rises (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – January 2, 2018
management dont knowm what they need ,when they were told we had no man power from piece worker they ignored it when it came time they over flooded 70 man at the job site and many were just bodys that didnt know what they were doing.at the end they ended up saying it was fault of foremans at job
Superintendent (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – December 20, 2017
I have been in the trade since I was 18 and I have worked with some of the top electrical contractors in the country and none can compare to Power Design. I have been really happy with companies before but I really have never loved working for a company like I do with PDI. I work in Denver and they are blowing up and it’s awesome to see.
Electrical Apprentice (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – October 17, 2017
I was treated unfairly on a daily basis. I wasn't given a fair opportunity like other apprentice that worked along side me and I was also talked about in derogatory/disrespectful way in another language other than english
Electrician's Assistant (Former Employee) – Fort Myers, FL – October 5, 2017
I learned how to run wire and setup light fixtures along with many other things. I really enjoyed working in a group with this job. Caring cable up flights of stairs on a daily basis was probably one the hardest parts of the job. I worked in and outside at this workplace.
power design was good a company to work i had my issues with one particular super but overall really nice company Benefits were excellent i was able to see the doctors i needed wihout coming out of pocket. .
Great training incentives and programs. However, very poor project management oversite. Utilized unskilled and unlicensed sub contractors, as a cost savings, while taking extreme safety risks for personnel.